The 15 Most Impressive Sega Genesis / Mega Drive 3D GamesMay 9, 2022
The 15 Most Impressive Sega Genesis / Mega Drive 3D Games
⚠️ All gameplay recording, game curation and opinions included in this video, as well as design or editing is completely done by me
In the 16-bit era pixel art was the norm and seeing games in 3D was atypical (and very impressive by contrast). Sega Genesis famously had a few 3D games even before the SVP chip (used in the Genesis port of Virtua Racer) existed. In this video we explore the vast history of the Mega Drive to introduce you to the most amazing 3D environments and tech tricks, made possible by the console’s fast CPU.
In this video you will find the following things:
• A very careful selection of game moments where the 3D are at their most spectacular form.
• A montage made with the intention of being a showcase of the console’s technical capabilities.
• Information related to each game such as release date, developer company, game genre and system it was released on.
• Official game box arts with a 3D cover artwork.
• Educative and/or critical comments on the importance of each game and why you should play it
Intro and Outro Music
In the Void “Amulets” está sujeta a una licencia de Atribución 4.0 de Creative Commons. https://ift.tt/xzWNgIl
Just Breathing (Instrumental) “NEFFEX” está sujeta a una licencia de Atribución 4.0 de Creative Commons. https://ift.tt/xzWNgIl
00:15 Virtua Racing
00:39 Duke Nukem 3D
01:03 Star Cruiser
01:28 Zero Tolerance
01:52 Ballz 3D: Fighting at Its Ballziest
02:16 LHX Attack Chopper
02:40 M-1 Abrams Battle Tank
03:29 Race Drivin’
03:53 F-15 Strike Eagle II
04:17 Red Zone
05:06 Kawasaki Superbike Challenge
05:30 The Adventures of Batman & Robin
05:54 The Lost World: Jurassic Park
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Curation isn’t just about digging up neat games, but it’s also about preservation, interpretation, and using one’s knowledge to make it relevant to people. With my videos I want older gamers to look back and remember the influence of video games on their lives, and new gamers to understand the larger context of the series they’re playing for the first time today.
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