SEGA Genesis Collection coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC on May 29


The last major Mega Drive compilation was the Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, which contained nearly 50 games. A similar collection was released in 2009 for Xbox 360 and PS3.

There aren't very many details about the Sega Genesis Collection just yet, as the compilation was outed by fan site Sonic the Hedgeblog on Twitter today. If the below cover art is legit, the collection will include more than fifty games as well as a bonus double sided poster. There will nearly certainly be more games included in the Sega Genesis Collection than what's shown in the trailer, but Sega obviously wanted to pull out its heaviest hitters for the promotion. Notably, the Nintendo Switch is not on the list to receive a copy of this SEGA Genesis Collection.

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The collection known as Sega Genesis Classics will apparently launch on consoles on May 29, 2018. However, the trailer definitely shows Sonic The Hedgehog, Altered Beast, Streets Of Rage, ToeJam & Earl, Golden Axe, Space Harrier, Gunstar Heroes, and The Revenge Of Shinobi.

It is worth noting that Sega has modernized some of these titles to include features like online multiplayer, achievements, save states, and other quality of life options that you'd likely find on a PC emulator for the Sega Genesis.

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As the tweet only contains a trailer and a May 29 release date, there isn't much detail with regards to which games will feature in the collection.

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