Found a Maranga hybridization. Salac and Petaya. So we have that.
Played some old school Aladdin on the Sega Genesis dude that game is brutal!
It's been many a year since I've played that.
There are some great games on the Sega Genesis, and many of them are often unjustly forgotten. It had probably my favorite version of Flashback, a great port of Sunset Riders, the superior 16-bit Aladdin game, Vectorman, Landstalker, Gunstar Heroes, probably the best version of Earthworm Jim...
I was going to only show you guys this very neat video (overdoes it with the recaps, mind), but even though that alone is fantastic I quickly realized this is well worth the momentary attention it will ask of you.
The things animals will do for food...
"What's it gonna be? I don't know. But maybe along the way, you take my hand, tell a few jokes, and have some fun. C'mon, pal. You're not afraid, are ya?"
I am surprised nobody has brought up Sonic on the Sega Genesis.
Well, come on, those are pretty obvious. Do we need to say them?
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Can somebody explain to me in what ways Sonic resembles a hedgehog?
Pokemon isn't real, I'm sorry
The only Sonic games I've ever played were Heroes for the Gamecube and 06 for PS2. The former was fantastic when I played through it when I was younger, though going back on it nowadays it doesn't hold up all that well. Still good for nostalgia. 06 was going to be a challenge to myself to see if I could tolerate it. Ended up shelving it halfway through the Sonic storyline.
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My FS type is Steel with Magneton, Forretress and Bronzong.
Of the 3-D era games I've enjoyed the most, I would have to say Adventure 1&2, Generations and Colors.