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More Sega Genesis favorites come to Steam


8:30 PM on 05.04.2012
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Considering this is the fifth collection of Sega Genesis games to hit Steam, I was anxious to see what the overall quality of the offering would be. It's surprisingly not all over the place! Part of that can be attributed to my undying love for Dynamite Headdy. And yes, Phantasy Star is pretty cool, too.

  • Golden Axe III
  • Beyond Oasis
  • Dynamite Headdy
  • Phantasy Star II
  • Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom
  • Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium
  • Streets of Rage 3
  • The Revenge of Shinobi
  • Vectorman 2
  • Wonder Boy in Monster World

These games are $2.99 a piece, or you can grab them bundled together for $7.50. That isn't a typo; someone apparently wants to make damn sure you either buy all of these titles or none of them.






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