Consider supporting me via PAYPAL. https://paypal.me/segalordx You can't get away from it. If you're a Sega fan, you will constantly hear about the many opinions regarding their failed systems. In this video, you'll hear mine, and I only ask you keep an open mind while watching it. NOTES: *I used the 32X footage of Fahrenheit and Night Trap because it looked better during the presentation. *Fantasia II is presented more as a joke than anything, mainly because it's so bad. Disney is actually quite protective of the license. *Many of the games here were published by Sega of America and developed by another company. While SoA did have internal development teams, many of the Genesis titles from them were outside development. *Both NBA Action and NFL 97 were released over a year after the Saturn's NA launch. NBA Action in June of 96, and NFL 97 in November of 96. * I am not a fan of many of the Sega of America published Genesis titles. Chakan, Greendog, Batman Returns, and Fantasia used as examples of some of my most disliked among those games. *NFL Gameday is absolutely awesome on the PS1. Play it. *ESWAT may be funny to some of you when I mentioned it as a Genesis classic, but it actually is one of my favorites for the system. Music used in this video in order. Shienryu - Stage 5 Cosmic Carnage ESWAT Stage 1 Sonic - Greenhill Midnight Resistance - Stage 1 Road Rash Palm Desert Daytona King of Speed Virtua Fighter 2 Dural Afterburner Outrun Splashwave Dragon Force - Battle Sonic CD Palmtree Panic Panzer Dragoon Ending Be sure to check out my Facebook page for random thoughts and reviews! https://www.facebook.com/segalordx Check out my pals over at the Sega Saturn Shiro Podcast. https://segasaturnshiro.podiant.co/ If you want to rep the Sega Lord X logo, check out the merch page! https://segasaturnshiro.threadless.com/ As always, thank you guys for all your support!
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