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    Genesis Complete List of all Genesis games produced & published by Sega of America

    compiled by using Wikipedia's list of Mega Drive / Genesis games (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...ga_Drive_games) as a reference

    1990

    Dick Tracy (unknown/Sega Technical Institute)

    1991

    688 Attack Sub (Electronic Arts)
    Art Alive (FarSight Technologies)
    California Games (Novotrade)
    Fantasia (Infrogrames)
    Joe Montana Football (Park Place Productions / Electronic Arts)
    Joe Montana II: Sports Talk Football (Blue Sky Software)
    M-1 Abrams Battle Tank (Realtime Game Software)
    Mario Lemieux Hockey (Ringler Studios)
    Spider-Man vs the Kingpin (Technopop)
    ToeJam & Earl (ToeJam & Earl Productions)

    1992

    Ariel The Little Mermaid (Blue Sky Software)
    Batman Returns (Malibu Interactive)
    Chakan: The Forever Man (Extended Play Productions)
    David Robinson's Supreme Court (Acme Interactive)
    Dungeons & Dragons: Warriors of the Eternal Sun (Westwood)
    Ecco the Dolphin (Novotrade)
    Evander Holyfield's "Real Deal" Boxing (Acme Interactive)
    Ex-Mutants (Malibu Interactive)
    Greendog: The Beached Surfer Dude! (Interactive Designs)
    Home Alone (Brian A. Rice, Inc.)
    Kid Chameleon (Sega Technical Institute)
    Menacer 6-in-1 (unknown)
    NFL Sports Talk Football '93 (BlueSky Software)
    Sonic 2 (Sonic Team / Sega Technical Institute)
    TaleSpin (unknown)
    Taz-Mania (unknown)
    Toxic Crusaders (Troma)

    1993

    Barney's Hide and Seek Game (Realtime Associates)
    Berenstain Bears' Camping Adventure, The (Realtime Associates)
    Cyborg Justice (Novotrade)
    Dinosaurs for Hire, Tom Mason's (Sega interActive)
    Disney's Aladdin (Virgin Games & Disney Interactive)
    Eternal Champions (Sega interActive)
    Greatest Heavyweights (Acme Interactive)
    Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (Sega interActive)
    Jurassic Park (BlueSky Software)
    NFL Football '94 Starring Joe Montana (BlueSky Software)
    Ren & Stimpy: Stimpy's Invention (BlueSky Software)
    Sonic Spinball (Polygames/Sega Technical Institute)
    ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron (ToeJam & Earl Productions)
    X-Men (Western Technologies)

    1994

    Bonkers (Sega interActive)
    College Football's National Championship (BlueSky Software)
    Crystal's Pony Tale (Artech Studios)
    Desert Demolition Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote (BlueSky Software)
    Ecco: The Tides of Time (Novotrade)
    Instruments of Chaos starring Young Indiana Jones (Brian A. Rice, Inc. & Waterman Design)
    Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition (BlueSky Software)
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Banpresto / unknown)
    NBA Action '94 (unknown)
    NFL '95 (FarSight Studios)
    Shadowrun (BlueSky Software)
    Star Trek: The Next Generation: Echoes from the Past (unknown)
    Taz in Escape from Mars (Headgames)
    Wacky Worlds Creativity Studio (Headgames)
    World Heroes (Sega Midwest Division)
    World Series Baseball (BlueSky Software)

    1995

    Adventures of Batman & Robin, The (Clockwork Tortoise)
    College Football's National Championship II (BlueSky Software)
    Comix Zone (Sega Technical Institute)
    Ecco Jr. (Novotrade)
    Garfield: Caught in the Act (SEGA Interactive Development Division)
    Gargoyles (Buena Vista Interactive)
    Magic School Bus, (Scholastic's) The: Space Exploration Game (Music Pen)
    Marsupilami (unknown)
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (Sanritsu/SIMS / Banpresto)
    NBA Action '95 Starring David Robinson (Double Diamond Sports)
    NHL All-Star Hockey '95 (Sega Midwest Studio)
    Ooze, The (Sega Technical Institute)
    Vectorman (BlueSky Software)
    VR Troopers (Syrox Developments)
    World Series Baseball '95 (BlueSky Software)
    X-Men 2: Clone Wars (Headgames / Zono Incorporated)

    1996

    Arcade Classics (Al Baker & Associates)
    Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble (Atod AB / Climax Group / Probe Entertainment)
    Prime Time NFL Starring Deion Sanders (Spectacular Games)
    Sonic 3D Blast: Flicky's Island (Traveller's Tales)
    Vectorman 2 (BlueSky Software)
    Virtua Fighter 2 (Sega AM-2 / Success / Gaibrain / Winds)
    World Series Baseball '96 (BlueSky Software)
    X-Perts (Abalone Entertainment)

    1997

    Lost World, The: Jurassic Park (Appaloosa Interactive)
    NFL 98 (FarSight Studios)
    World Series Baseball '98 (BlueSky Software)
    Last edited by retrospiel; 01-10-2015 at 12:39 PM. Reason: Removed Captain Planet & The Planeteers (Nova Logic) from list as it was released only in Europe and Australia / +Dick Tracy (STI)

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    1996 was a disappoint, some of those games should have went on 32X. e.g. Virtua Fighter 2.
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    And Vectorman 2...certainly should have been a 32X title.

    Wow that would have been cool.
    It already looked amazing on Genesis!


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    god, it's like a who's who of bad Genesis games...

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    Joe Montana Football was Park Place Productions, not Electronic Arts.

    And 17days, how do you call these games bad:

    Toejam and Earl
    Toejam and Earl - Panic on Funkotron
    Eternal Champions
    Comix Zone
    Vectorman
    Vectorman 2
    Desert Demolition starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote
    Disney's Aladdin
    Greatest Heavyweights
    X-men 2: Clone Wars
    World Series Baseball
    Ecco the Dolphin

    Albeit, most of the good games on that list were by BlueSky, but they're still good nonetheless.

    And yeah, Virtua Fighter 2 for Genesis was a weird choice, but they played it up on Sega.com and the like as if it were in 3D like the arcade game. Should've just been ported to the 32X really, but it probably wouldn't have gotten as many sales. Virtua Fighter 1 pushed the 32X to the limit anyway.
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    ... Why are Sonic Spinball and Sonic 3D Blast not on that list? Sonic 2 was part Western staff too, of course...

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    I think being produced and published in America is different from being developed in America. I think..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baloo View Post
    Joe Montana Football was Park Place Productions, not Electronic Arts.
    Fixed.

    - although I am pretty sure that Park Place was one of EA's inhouse teams. So, maybe I should list "Park Place / EA" ?


    Quote Originally Posted by Bramsworth View Post
    I think being produced and published in America is different from being developed in America. I think..
    Yeah, and that's a bit tricky actually. I am tired of people crediting STI when it's actually developed by Sonic Team at STI, with some of STI assisting. Much like Kid Chameleon was developed by STI with some of Sonic Team assisting.

    Anyway, if I list Novotrade's games, Success' Virtua Fighter II port and SIMS/Sanritsu's Power Rangers: The Movie game, I probably should add Sonic 2 as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by A Black Falcon View Post
    ... Why are Sonic Spinball and Sonic 3D Blast not on that list?
    That's a good question!

    EDIT: So I checked the list at Wikipedia again (as I was pretty sure that I didn't miss a single game from that list) and it doesn't list Spinball nor 3D Blast at all.

    I added Spinball to this list, and credited it to "Sega Technical Institute / unknown" as I remember there being two different teams involved.

    Not sure what to do with 3D Blast as it was developed by Traveller's Tales and likely was produced by Sega of Europe, but hey, if I list Novotrade's Ecco the Dolphin, I probably should add that too.
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    Then we set about developing killer games.

    - Hayao Nakayama, Mega Drive Collected Works (p. 17)

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    the list would be even larger if we include Sega CD game.


    I'm still not over SEGA putting all that wasted effort on a VF2 port to be 2D as if they didn't have an existing 2D Fighter that was a big hit e.g. Eternal Champions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamegenie View Post
    1996 was the year I began loathing SEGA.
    likewise

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    I got that Barney's hide and seek game yesterday in a Genesis lot I had imported into Australia.

    I looked at it and thought WTF?

    That's all I could come up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omp View Post
    I got that Barney's hide and seek game yesterday in a Genesis lot I had imported into Australia.

    I looked at it and thought WTF?

    That's all I could come up with.
    My three year old daughter enjoys this game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 17daysolderthannes View Post
    god, it's like a who's who of bad Genesis games...
    LOLOL!!! I couldn't agree more! There are a few good games on the list, but very, very few. The majority of the good games came from Japan. A few came from the US and a few came from Europe, but mostly it was all Japan if you wanted quality gaming on the Genesis.

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    But wasn't Bugs Bunny in Triple Trouble released only in Europe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by M4R14NO94 View Post
    But wasn't Bugs Bunny in Triple Trouble released only in Europe?
    Fixed.
    Last edited by retrospiel; 01-22-2010 at 04:54 AM.
    The Mega Drive was far inferior to the NES in terms of diffusion rate and sales in the Japanese market, though there were ardent Sega users. But in the US and Europe, we knew Sega could challenge Nintendo. We aimed at dominating those markets, hiring experienced staff for our overseas department in Japan, and revitalising Sega of America and the ailing Virgin group in Europe.

    Then we set about developing killer games.

    - Hayao Nakayama, Mega Drive Collected Works (p. 17)

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