A sure sign of a console's success is when some of its best-selling software is repackaged as a sort of "greatest hits" collection. All major publishers have done this (though Namco seems to have jumped the shark), and Sega is no different. Late in the life span of the Genesis, it released 6-Pak. No, that wasn't a member of Degeneration X; it was a compilation cartridge that held six titles, some more classic than others. Staff writer Zebbe chimes in with a full review, so read on and see if this one is worth saving shelf space over.