We hope this handy dandy little guide helps to enlighten you as to what games to get, and which games to avoid on the Sega Nomad. We’ll will be focusing on how these games translate to the Sega Nomad, and there will be a little quip about the game in each description, but not much (that’s what the reviews are for). Must-haves are games that are great games overall, and they translate well to the Nomad.
When Sega-16 launched, we kicked off our Genesis coverage with a feature on graphic adventures, also known as digital comics. It was incomplete, and we vowed to one day finish it up, but little things like family and jobs got in the way (Pheh…reality). But finally, after all this time, it’s been updated and refined. The genre isn’t a big one when it comes to Sega’s 16-bit console, but what’s there is surprisingly good, and you owe it to yourself to read Digital Comics: A Forgotten Genre to see why these games deserve to be played and enjoyed.