The 10 Worst Genesis Games

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As a kid, we got my Sega Genesis from a Pawn shop for like $25. That’s because it sucked about a day after it came out and people had started pawning them. I never liked it or any games for it, so don’t expect 10 favorite, because I couldn’t tell you 1 favorite. But 10 worst? Easy.

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5 thoughts on “The 10 Worst Genesis Games”

  1. I was never a fan of the first Sonic game. It just seemed less than Mario. Like if it was competing with Mario 1, then it would blow it away. Sonic just felt so slow to do anything that Mario would just instantly do. Even when the spin dash was brought in that didn’t help. The homing attack helps with speed though.

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      1. Its all about hits, hating Sonic will get you infamous. To prove this, my Sonic Generations review on Steam, I think got 100 downvotes because I didn’t recommend it. So I took the same review and turned it to recommended, 100 upvotes. People love Zanik. Sonic 1 is still awesome compared to Sonic 3D.

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  2. Look, Lethal Enforcers may not be a perfect port, but it was still pretty fun to play, especially if you had the Konami Justifier, which was also compatible with the Mega Drive port of the sequel, Gun Fighters.

    Also, Comix Zone isn’t that bad, it’s just a decent game that just came out in the wrong place at the wrong time, a.k.a. the rise of the 32-bit systems.

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  3. Holy shit this is a stupid list. I honestly don’t believe you were born before 1999, or are a male. You’re objectively wrong about the Genesis, so it makes sense your list is shit. Genesis wasn’t being pawned for $25 anywhere near a few years within its release. “wasn’t anything to do in the 80s and 90s.” The console didn’t even come out until the last couple months of 89 and you didn’t have it then. You have literally no fucking idea what you’re talking about. I’m sure the world is waiting for your bottom 10 list of female celebrity bj givers with equal experience in the subject matter.

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