Mega Drive


BORN IN 1988

The console that was home to Sonic the Hedgehog, one of the most recognisable and loved gaming characters in the world.  

The Mega Drive or Genesis (in the US) was also famous for a whole host of games from  Altered Beast to the action-packed Streets of Rage, Contra, Aladdin and Shinobi.  A console with so many features and add ons! It was a huge hit around the world in the 90's. 

As with the Master System vs the NES, Sega fought a hard console war with Nintendo. Especially in it's commercials, with the slogan 'Sega does what Nintendon't' and also used the slogan "do me a favour, plug me into a sega!"

Here was you said about your favourite Mega Drive game

Genesis does what Nintendon't commercial

  • Another World

    Another World arrived with it's animation, soundtrack and dramatic cinematic scenes to wow gamers and movie goers alike.
  • Sonic the Hedgehog

    Use all your skills and help Sonic free the animals of the land from the evil Dr.Robotnik and save the Chaos Emeralds!
  • Streets of Rage 2

    The sequal to the huge Sega beat em up!!
  • Toejam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron

    Live the lifes of alien funksters Toejam and Earl in this Sega platformer
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2

    Sonic The Hedgehog 2 - what a follow up!
  • LandStalker: The Treasure of King Nole

    The player, as Nigel the treasure hunter will take you on a fantastic journey!
  • The Haunting

    Haunting Starring Polterguy is a 1993 video game released for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis by Electronic Arts. It took advantage of Sega's Video Game Ratings Council to include various spooky themes, including blood.
  • Virtua Racing

    hoose your transmission, track and away you go. But it was the 3D aspect of the game which defined it.
  • John Madden Football

    For the first time in a football video game, the game is played from above and behind the quarterback rather than from the side.
  • Alien 3

    Alien 3 (stylized as ALIEN3) is a 1992 science-fiction horror film, and the debut feature of director David Fincher. It is the third installment in the Alien franchise, and the second sequel to Ridley Scott's 1979 film Alien.
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