1990s Critics Review Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack Genesis Games (A – M) – Defunct Games

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If, thirty years ago, you had told me that I would be able to play some of the best Sega games on a Nintendo console, I would have called you a liar. There is no way. And yet, here we are in 2021, and you can get fourteen Sega classics on the Switch. Released today, the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack features fourteen amazing Genesis games, including arcade ports like Golden Ax, platform heroes like Sonic the Hedgehog 2, run ‘n gun shooters like Gunstar Heroes, epic adventures like Phantasy Star IV and two of Konami’s most popular franchises. To celebrate the expansion pack’s debut, we’re going to be browsing the pages of magazines like Electronic Gaming Monthly, Die Hard Game Fan, Sega Force, Mean Machines Sega and more to see what critics were thinking about these games when they first released. for the first time. . So come on join me as I watch the first half of the upcoming Genesis games with Nintendo’s expansion pack followed tomorrow by the exciting conclusion. Meet the Nintendo Switch Online Review Team! 0:00 – Introduction 1:18 – Castlevania: Bloodlines 3:23 – Contra: Hard Corps 5:17 – Mean Bean Machine by Dr Robotnik 7:07 – Ecco the Dolphin 9:02 – Golden Ax 11:02 – Gunstar Heroes 13 : 37 – MUSHA 15:55 – Preview / Question of the day Join our brand new Discord server: https://discord.gg/6pCvtET Defunct Games is on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DefunctGames Defunct Games is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/defunctgames Defunct Games is home to thousands of reviews, articles, comedies, podcasts, features and more: www.defunctgames.com #NintendoSwitchOnline #ExpansionPack #SegaGenesis.

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  1. Just out of curiosity do we know who did the emulators for these games? I kind of doubt it's M2, but I'm curious as they have been the sega go to for porting older games to newer hardware with any degree of accuracy

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  3. I already have the Genesis collection purchased from the Nintendo store so I already have most of these games and then some for the Switch. So not much reason for me to get the expansion. Ocarina of Time just isn't enough for me.

  4. MUSHA is a nice inclusion but overall it's very similar to what you get with the stand-alone Genesis Collection, feels odd to double dip there if you have that already. I get that more stable online play will be enough for some people, though.

    Some of those games like Hard Corps you'd really want to include the (better) international versions, so here's hoping they're smart enough to do that.

    Also, I will fight you about Golden Axe 2. It may be blander in graphics and sound effects; but the improvements in gameplay are all there.I can't believe that dipstick of a reviewer gave the original a higher score for that crappy tacked on cheesefest of an extra stage, too. 😐

  5. And 30 years ago, with Sonic being Sega's answer to Mario, I'm sure you wouldn't believe that blue hedgehog would be gracing Nintendo either, but here we are. These ones, I'm not as familiar with as the N64 ones yesterday, dad's Sega collection most was SegaCD games, but I see Sonic 2 for tomorrow, which I am familiar with, and if I had a Switch, would for sure be getting this for.

  6. Really surprising to see what the critics thought of MUSHA. I didn't grow up with the Genesis as I had a Super NES during the time, but when I did finally jump into the Genesis library years later I've got to say MUSHA is one of those shooters I come back to over and over again. Certainly it's one of my favorites on the system. If it wasn't for CGR back in the day I never would have discovered this gem … Or Truxton for that matter πŸ˜‚

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  8. It's a solid lineup of Genesis games although considering how often Genesis games get released in some format (not saying that's a bad thing!) it's a little hard to get excited seeing so many repeats. Hopefully they put some Sega CD on here, specifically Snatcher and Ground Zero Texas, although I doubt that would happen.

  9. Its 2021. And 30 years later MUSHA (aleste) is still the best vertical shooter of all time. Its definitely the masterfully composed soundtrack, the cracking sound effects and the fact that in MUSHA every pixel is art.

  10. You use the lightning chaser in gunstar heroes? Always annoys me having to double tap and hope it locks on to the correct enemy when there's multiple enemies on screen.

    Castlevania bloodlines deserved all the praise it got.

    Not sure what the gripes EGM had on the controls for golden axe. They even play the arcade? The characters were slower and heavier feeling and several attacks like the jumping attacks didn't connect unless the enemy was super close. The genesis version they were nimbler and the weapons seemed to have more reach. My jaw dropped when I saw death bringer could also do magic.

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