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The Nerd reveals how some console add-ons were never worth owning, as he takes a look at the Sega CD – an add-on for the Sega Genesis – and finds out what the games made for it are like. This is Angry Video Game Nerd Episode 25. In the late 1980s, Nintendo was working on CD-based add-on for the current console, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. While initially partnering with Sony, they later tried it out with Philips. Even after both deals went south for Nintendo, Sega decided to try out the same kind of peripheral for their own system, the Sega Genesis (also known as the Sega Mega Drive). The first few years of the Sega CD seemed hopeful, with games that featured famous film actors and full-motion video. Initially, some people saw it as an evolution for video games, due to the games' advanced graphics and high production values. It wasn't long after the Sega CD was released, however, that people started realizing how unnecessary the add-on really was. Because the device was so unusual, it was hard to develop more "natural" video games, which is resulted in a slew of games known as "interactive movies." In this episode, the Nerd will delve into the library of the Sega CD and see why it was such a commercial failure. He'll cover many titles, some of which are classic genres you'd expect on the Genesis, while others are failed experiments at making a movie out of a video game. Even after all of financial trouble Sega suffered, they had no intentions to kill off the Genesis so quickly. Check out the next episode to see the even more controversial add-on, the ill fated Sega 32X: 🤍 Visit our website! 🤍 James Twitter! 🤍 Mike's Twitter! 🤍 Our Facebook Fanpage! 🤍 Our Instagram! 🤍 Check out our store! 🤍 #AngryVideoGameNerd #SegaCD #AVGN25 #Cinemassacre
I'm now on Patreon! Help support the channel. 🤍 The Sega CD gets a lot of heat from from all corners of fandom. Even among the Sega faithful. I owned and supported a Sega CD nearly from its original launch day, and I absolutely loved the thing. Yeah, it had its fair share of bad software and problems, but it also had a distinct and unique lineup of great games. Here, I talk a little about some of that. Check out my Sega Lord X merchandise page! 🤍 If you would like to support the channel directly: 🤍 Head over to Facebook to hear me ramble about various things: 🤍 Thanks for watching!
Sega Mega CD upgrade addon from the '90 did have some hidden gems for games. How is it now in 2022 and is it worth picking up today ? Become one of the Wicked Support Family ! 🙌 🤍 Where to find ? Sega Genesis Console - US - 🤍 UK- 🤍 EU - 🤍 Sega CD Addon - US - 🤍 UK - 🤍 EU - 🤍 Where to find Adapter with cables ? 🤍 Join me on Other Wicked Channels ! Wicked Collecting: 🤍 Wicked Brain Fart: 🤍 Playstation 2, Dreamcast, Saturn, Mister and Other Hardware Upgrades: Retro Scaler - 🤍 Golden Man World - 🤍 Naughty Skipping: 0:00 0:20 - Personal Chit Chat 1:18 - Sega CD Addon (How To Assemble ?) 2:52 - How to connect ? 4:02 - How Does it work ? 5:08 - What about the games ? 9:41 - Way to play (Controllers) 11:57 - Conclusion Disclaimer - Product / Products I show in this video have been purchased by myself. Nobody is paying me for promoting / showing this product. #sega #gameconsole #ebay
We go beyond a simple Top 10, and instead, look at the very best games in every category. I'm now on Patreon! Help support the channel. 🤍 Check out my Sega Lord X merchandise page! 🤍 If you would like to support the channel directly: 🤍 Head over to Facebook to hear me ramble about various things: 🤍 I'm now on Twitter! 🤍 Opening "Sega" jingle is from Astal for the Sega Saturn. Ending Music during the credits is from Batman for the Sega Genesis. SLX Logo By: Jan Neves YouTube Page - 🤍 Intro by Evan S. 🤍 Episode Notes: 1. Captured on the Mega SD/SG combo. 2. You'll notice in Thunderstrike the mini-map is glitched out. I'm not sure if this was a Mega SG or SD issue exactly. 3. Some of these selections could be flipped and I wouldn't have an issue with it. In fact, I had a hell of a time deciding between Shining Force CD and Dark Wizard in that category. 4. With my Wondermega repaired and operation again, I believe I will start capturing from real hardware again. The convenience of the Mega SG/SD is awesome, but I ran into a few sound and graphical issues making this video that really irritated me. 5. Final Fight CD tends to be around $50 in Japan. Less than half a complete US release. 6. Road Rash is a pain to capture from the Sega CD. The licensed music has to be turned way way down to keep the copyright hounds at bay. 7. This episode was a massive undertaking. More than 30 minutes, it took nearly 40 hours to make.
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The Sega Mega CD, or Sega CD as it's known in the USA was an upgrade/add-on for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis which offered CD-ROM capability. Incorporating an additional Motorola 68000 chip, increased memory, and custom graphics and sound processing, the Mega CD was poised to be a massive leap forward in technology for existing Mega Drive owners. However, the additional components meant the unit was simply priced to high for most casual gamers. This, coupled with the delayed launch in Western regions, meant that people simply "made-do" with their existing hardware or waited until something better came along (and I don't mean the 32X). This leaves the Mega CD as an obscure but hugely interesting side note of early-mid 90s technology, and could even be marked as the point where Sega began to falter in their business credentials. Join me in this system review to find out about the Sega CD's history, it's specifications, the games library and what happened at the end of it's short, but intense life. ☟Subcribe☟ 🤍 ✊Support Me! ✊ Patreon: 🤍 Visit my eBay Shop: 🤍 Buy From Amazon (affiliate): 🤍 ★Nerd Social★ Twitter: 🤍 Face: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Web: 🤍 ★Equipment★ Lumix G6 with Vario 14-42mm Lens Nikon D3200 with 40mm Macro Corel Video Studio Ultimate X7 Corel Paint Shop Pro X6 Blue Snowball Microphone ♜Resources♜ Some images supplied from Wikipedia under a CC licence. EDM Detection Mode by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Paltree Panic from Sonic CD Final Fight (Mega CD) Track 3 Beat Your Competition from Youtube audio library Take You Home from Youtube audio library
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It's time we take a look at my favorite Sega CD games. I'm now on Patreon! Help support the channel. 🤍 Check out my Sega Lord X merchandise page! 🤍 If you would like to support the channel directly: 🤍 Head over to Facebook to hear me ramble about various things: 🤍 I'm now on Twitter! 🤍 Episode Notes: 1. All games captured on the Mega SD FPGA Cartridge. 2. There are actually a few things I prefer in The Silver Star over Eternal Blue, but overall, Eternal Blue is the better game. 3. Shining Force CD and Robo Aleste just missed the top 10. Definitely honorable mention material. 4. You'll notice that there are no FMV games. While I had been star struck by the technology early in the systems life, the reality of their gameplay quickly sobered me up. Very few FMV games remain worth playing IMO. 5. As I have discussed in prior episodes, the Sega CD is by far my most troublesome system in my collection. Multiple failed units across pretty much every model. My luck has been awful with the device. 6. I still have both my original Japanese Mega CD and my original Model 2 Sega CD. Both work as of this episode. 7. Just the soundtracks of some of these actually make them worth playing. Terminator, Batman Returns, Lunar, and Final Fight CD are all excellent. 8. Games covered: Flink Soul Star Popful Mail Lunar Eternal Blue Keio Flying Squadron Batman Returns Final Fight CD The Terminator Snatcher Sonic CD 9. Music in this episode: 00:14 Batman Returns Boss Battle 06:40 Ghaleon's Theme 22:01 Vay Intro Theme
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Support My Work On Patreon - 🤍 Join My Discord! - 🤍 Support my work by buying me a coffee! - 🤍 Follow me on Twitter 🤍LadyDecade Follow me on Instagram 🤍lady_decade Follow me on Facebook - 🤍 In today's video we look at the history of the Sega CD or Mega CD depending where you are from in the world. Why did this Sega Megadrive / Genesis Add on not live up to expectations. Let's discussing its rise and fall further. #SegaCD #MegaCD #GamingHistory Additional Gameplay & Footage Sources 🤍 SEGA Mega-CD Top 30 Games Top Retro Games 🤍 Excavating the Atari E.T. Video Game Burial Site-Game|Life-WIRED WIRED 🤍 Sonic CD - Full Playthrough No Commentary - Sega Genesis CD RetroGame.Stream 🤍 The Sega CD - Mega CD Top 10 Sega Lord X 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Arcade Longplay  Afterburner World of Longplays 🤍 The 20 Most Stunning Mode 7 Uses in SNES Games Bits & Beats 🤍 WWF Rage In The Cage Sega CD All FMV Video & Superstar Endings SlickDGaming 🤍 Prize Fighter (Sega CD) Playthrough - NintendoComplete NintendoComplete 🤍 🤍 Night Trap (Sega CD 32X) Full Playthrough TheInnocentSinful 🤍 🤍 Sol Feace (Mega CD/Sega CD, 1991) longplay HD [1080p60] Dr. Rick Dagless M.D. 🤍 Mega-CD Longplay  Heavy Nova World of Longplays 🤍 Top 10 Sega CD Full Motion Video Games BastichB 64K 🤍 Mega-CD Longplay  Black Hole Assault World of Longplays 🤍 Mega-CD Longplay  Sewer Shark World of Longplays 🤍 Violent Video Games - Joe Lieberman Press Conference Dec 1, 1993 Dan Amrich 🤍 congress vs night trap: 1993 K. Huntington
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Count how many times I manage to say the word "dig!" Thanks to Travis for the request via Patreon. [0:00] Intro [0:41] Sonic CD [1:39] Final Fight CD [2:07] Snatcher [2:53] Soulstar [3:26] Silpheed [3:54] Keio Flying Squadron [4:24] Android Assault: The Revenge of Bari-Arm [4:53] Lords of Thunder [5:30] Terminator [5:59] Batman Returns [6:24] Road Blaster FX [6:43] Cobra Command [7:03] Battlecorps [7:33] Lunar: The Silver Star [7:33] Lunar: Eternal Blue [8:11] Popful Mail [8:35] Panic! [9:02] Heart of the Alien [9:26] Dark Wizard [9:55] Shining Force CD New SNES-related video every Tuesday, and something else (Genesis, Game Boy, whatever) on Thursdays SNESdrunk and NESfriend team up for a podcast, DrunkFriend, available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and many other platforms: 🤍 SNESdrunk's Patreon page, if you're into that sort of thing: 🤍 Binge watch SNESdrunk: 🤍
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Let's take a look at some of the games the Sega CD did very right during it's lifetime. These are the games that were better on the platform during the 4th, or 16-bit generation. I'm now on Patreon! Help support the channel. 🤍 Check out my Sega Lord X merchandise page! 🤍 If you would like to support the channel directly: 🤍 Head over to Facebook to hear me ramble about various things: 🤍 I'm now on Twitter! 🤍 Opening 3D Logo By: Jan Neves YouTube Page - 🤍 Episode Notes: 1. Games captured on the Mega SG with a Mega SD at 1080p 60fps. 2. Some of the music is mixed up in the Sega CD Mortal Kombat. I didn't care. It still sounded so much better. 3. The Sega CD version of Batman Returns still has the sidescrolling game if you enjoyed it. You can also completely turn it off. Which I do. Every time. 4. The Genesis version of Mickey Mania has animations, voices, and effects that are missing from the SNES game. 5. The Terminator's music is on the disc as regular redbook audio and is easy to rip. 6. Earthworm Jim SE is a longer, more accessible game on the Sega CD. If the Genesis version crushed you, give this one a try.
While many Sega fans are nostalgic for Sega's CD add on, those early days were rough as hell. While I love to think back at how cool it was owning one, there is no doubt there were some serious problems. I'm now on Patreon! Help support the channel. 🤍 Check out my Sega Lord X merchandise page! 🤍 If you would like to support the channel directly: 🤍 Head over to Facebook to hear me ramble about various things: 🤍 I'm now on Twitter! 🤍 Opening 3D Logo By: Jan Neves YouTube Page - 🤍 Opening 2D Animation By: Kevin Bhall Facebook - 🤍 Episode Notes: 1. Captured on the Mega SG. 2. Some good games came out in 1993, starting with the likes of Batman Returns, Final Fight and Sonic CD. The system had been out for months before they showed up, so the damage had already been done. 3. I did eventually get my own Japanese Mega CD once prices came down a bit. 4. Throughout its life the Sega CD got a number of games that were never released in Japan for the Mega CD and vice/versa. It was region locked so owning both region variants was almost mandatory to fully explore the library. 5. I had my first Sega CD stop working about a year after I got it. Since then, I've had to repair/replace it more than any other system I have ever owned. 6. There is also a 5 game version of the pack in compilation here. They added Super Monaco GP to later bundles. 7. The Sega CD also a CD+G disc packed in. I didn't include it here because frankly, I thought the idea was lame as hell.
Because nobody seems to have done this on YouTube before, have funky-colored dancing logos and music from the Sega CD's second North American model for about 30 minutes. You'll probably like jamming out to it! (Note: I don't normally upload extended music.) Composed by David Javelosa.
The SEGA CD Model 2 is an attachment I have wanted to get for a while now for my collection and today we're going to attempt to fix one from Ebay. The listing claims it's broken and does not power on, so lets see if we can fix it. Second Channel: 🤍 Spawncast Clips: 🤍 Story Fire: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍SpawnWaveMedia Spawn Wave Merch: 🤍 Consider Supporting Us On Patreon: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 Follow Us On Twitch: 🤍 Listen To Our Weekly Podcast: 🤍 Music: 🤍bensound.com Like Comment and Subscribe! Thanks for watching! #SEGA #SEGACD #TechWave
All Cousin Manny ever wanted for Christmas of 1994 was a Sega CD, and with the help of Uncle Mark, that's EXACTLY what he got! SOCIAL LINKS: Discord Invite - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍myretrolifeshow Patreon - 🤍 Thanks for watching! Getting a SEGA CD for Christmas in 1994 - My Retro Life [Extended Cut]
The wait is over. Today I am here to share my US Sega CD collection with you. I have been collecting this subset since the early 90s and love what the Sega CD offered. My favorites for the Sega CD include Dark Wizard, Road Rash, Shining Force CD, and Sonic CD. Do you collect for the Sega CD or play its games? Comment below as I would love to hear from you! Make sure to hit the like button and subscribe! 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Patreon : 🤍 Archon 1981 Channel: 🤍
Getting the Best Picture from your Sega Genesis / Mega Drive, Sega CD, and 32X! In this episode we cover all of the options for getting the best picture from your Sega Genesis, Sega CD and Sega 32X. We also cover a multitude of different hardware revisions and remodels including the X'Eye, Nomad, and CD-X. CORRECTION: The Genesis 3 does actually output native RGB video! - ★ Featured Gear & Games ★ ► Gear, Games & Idea Lists (Amazon Affiliate Link) :: 🤍 - ♫ If you'd like to help support the channel, here are some ways to do so ♫ ► Support our endeavors on Patreon :: 🤍 ► One time donation of BitCoin, Etherium, or Cryptocurrency of your choice! :: 🤍 ► One time donation via PayPal :: 🤍 - ‼ We receive a small percentage from sales using the following links at no cost to you, with no influence on the content ‼ ► Amazon (Games, Tech & More) :: 🤍 ► Castlemania Games (Controllers, HDMI Cables & More) :: 🤍 ► Stone Age Gamer (Flash Carts, Retrode & More) :: 🤍 ► Best Buy (Games, Tech & More) :: 🤍 ► Retro-Access (US Based SCART & BNC Cables) :: 🤍 ► Retro Gaming Cables (UK Based SCART & BNC Cables) :: 🤍 ► Solaris Japan (XRGB Mini Framemeister) :: 🤍 - ♫ Theme Music♫ "Principle" by Matt McCheskey 🤍 🤍 - ✔ Shipping ✔ Coury Carlson My Life in Gaming P.O. Box 72172 Newport, KY 41072 Marc "Try4ce" Duddleson My Life in Gaming P.O. Box 2684 Indian Trail, NC 28079 - ❤ Social ❤ 🤍 🤍 🤍 - My Life in Gaming makes documentaries, deep dives into retro console hardware, and more. - ► Episode Chapters 00:00 - Intro
A playthrough of Sega's 1993 licensed-based platform game for the Sega CD, Batman Returns. Batman Returns was an amazing follow-up to the 1989 Burton Batman film. It wasn't typical in the early 90s to have a good game tie-in with a movie, let alone several, but the NES, SNES, Genesis, Master System, Sega CD, and PC games were all good. The Lynx one was not. The Genesis game (which you can see here: 🤍 ) is the base for the Sega CD version, and both share the same platforming stages. The CD version nearly doubles the length of the game with sprite-scaled Batmobile combat stages, some fancy cutscene work, and a completely different CD soundtrack. Sega's Batman Returns feels much different than the Konami games, and is much more a platformer than it is a beat 'em up. It relies pretty heavily on the grappling hook to get around some of the tricky gaps it throws at you, and you get a whole set of gadgets to launch at stuff. It plays pretty well, though the controls have some awkward delays in them - for instance, when you land from a jump, you can't immediately turn around (there's an odd delay before it'll allow you to), which makes for some annoying moments of getting punched in the back of the head. The grappling hook controls can be tricky in their timing - the whole mechanic requires some definite practice before you find yourself not regularly falling into pits, and the entire game requires some serious focus and memorization. The new driving stages are the best part of the CD version of Batman Returns. They are just as difficult as the platforming stages, but the relatively smooth animation and framerate make for some fast and exciting moments that the rest of the game just can't match. The driving stage graphics are the standout here, making use of the Sega CD's added hardware muscle to pull of the pseudo-3D sprite scaling effects that go way beyond what you'd see on the SNES in mode 7 racers. The action stages look alright - the art style is fantastic, but the predominantly green-and-purple backgrounds look splotchy and gross, and the animation is pretty stiff. They look exactly the same as they did in the cartridge version. The music in this one is top notch. It's not quite as moody as the cartridge's soundtrack was, but the tracks are more than awesome enough to make up for that. Those 90s guitars are pure crack for the ears. Batman Returns was a real showpiece for the Sega CD hardware when it came out in the spring of 1993, and as long as you can get over the number of cheap hits the game throws at you, it's still fun to play now. And it's super Christmasy, so it seemed perfect for today. Merry Christmas, everyone! _ No cheats were used during the recording of this video. NintendoComplete (🤍 punches you in the face with in-depth reviews, screenshot archives, and music from classic 8-bit NES games!
One video couldn't contain all the great games for the Sega CD. So here are a bunch more for your viewing enjoyment. I'm now on Patreon! Help support the channel. 🤍 Check out my Sega Lord X merchandise page! 🤍 If you would like to support the channel directly: 🤍 Head over to Facebook to hear me ramble about various things: 🤍 I'm now on Twitter! 🤍 Opening "Sega" jingle is from Astal for the Sega Saturn. Ending Music during the credits is from Batman for the Sega Genesis. SLX Logo By: Jan Neves YouTube Page - 🤍 Intro by Evan S. 🤍 Episode Notes: 1. Captured on the Mega SG and Mega SD. 2. This video was originally part of the first video. I had written the episode originally to have more than one runner up per section. That made for a video that was nearly an hour long, however. I then decided to do a two parter so the running time wasn't so long. 3. I still consider the Sega CD a great machine. It's market performance is another matter, but as far as software, I loved my time with it.
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In December of 1994, SEGA brought the magic of Christmas home to Tyler's cousins' house with a brand new SEGA CD add-on and games! Subscribe to the official My Retro Life Channel: 🤍 My Retro Life" Facebook Page - 🤍 My Retro Life Season 2 Support On Patreon: 🤍 Become a member of the Youtube Squad by joining our Channel memberships that include perks such as custom emojis on our live streams and a few other things.Click the link for more info 🤍 We would APPRECIATE it so much if you helped support us on Patreon any way you can! 🤍 Pixel Game Squad Merch: 🤍 If you want to send anything to the show, you can send it here ❤️ 13452 Alondra Blvd, Cerritos, CA 90703 OUR WEBSITE 🤍 If you want to help support in any way when we stream 🤍 MAKE SURE YOU SUBSCRIBE! INSTAGRAM 🤍 TWITTER 🤍 FACEBOOK Fan Page! 🤍 Bootleg Heroes Funko and React Channel! 🤍 BUY SOME GLASSES!!!! 🤍 Pixel Game Squad Videos PLaylist 🤍 MY RETRO LIFE PLAYLIST 🤍 Retro Gaming Topics: 🤍 Pixel Game Squad Skits 🤍 Game Squad Lets Play Videos 🤍 If you're into Funko Pops, Follow: 🤍 #myretrolife #Segacd #retrogaming
The Nerd finds out what another add-on, the 32X, for the Sega Genesis is like, and tries out some of the games that were made for it, including Primal Rage and Doom. This is Angry Video Game Nerd Episode 26. Released in 1994, Sega intended for this add-on to keep gamers entertained until the launch of the Sega Saturn and as a cheap entry into the 32-bit era. Sega also hoped to see the 32x increase the longevity of the aging Genesis (Mega Drive outside of North America). Today, the system is merely a curiosity and an obscure piece of gaming history. With a small library consisting of graphically improved versions of Genesis games and arcade ports along with the imminent arrival of the Sega Saturn, the 32x flopped and was discontinued roughly only two years after its launch. Though the graphics of some games were decent for the time, some games like Doom were missing content like different levels and had poor sound quality since it used the Genesis' sound chip. Many people see the 32x as the beginning of Sega's eventual downfall in the console market as third parties began to lose faith in Sega. In this Episode, the nerd picks up from where he left off with the Sega CD to look into this worthless parasite of the Sega Genesis. Just how bad is the 32x? Watch to find out. Visit our website! 🤍 James Twitter! 🤍 Mike's Twitter! 🤍 Our Facebook Fanpage! 🤍 Our Instagram! 🤍 Check out our store! 🤍 #AngryVideoGameNerd #Sega32X #AVGN26 #Cinemassacre
🛠 Check out PCBWay at 🤍 for all your PCB needs! 🛠 The Sega Saturn remained in the shadow of the Playstation in the UK but it was common enough that I got to try it out, it didn't make a huge impression on me. In later years I came to realise I might be missing out on a lot of games, especially 2D, that really shone on this console. Today then we'll make our ultimate Saturn so we can explore them. And play Outrun. Mostly Outrun. 🏆 Support RMC Time is the most valuable thing we have. Patrons create a reliable monthly income that allows me to give my all to this channel. If you'd like to support this, and help me make it the very best I can then please visit: 🤍 ● Support the Sponsors of The Cave MonsterJoysticks: 🤍 ● Subscribe Please take a moment to subscribe to the channel 🤍 ● Episode Links ODE: 🤍 ODE Mount: 🤍 50/60hz mod: 🤍 RAM: 🤍 Joypads: 🤍 ● Join me on social media Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Insta: 🤍 ● Come and chat on the RMC chat server Discord: 🤍 ●RMC Merch Shop for RMC books, posters, mugs, and a whole lot more 🤍 ● RMC Podcasts Enjoy my Podcasts with your favourite app using the links here: Retro Tea Break - 🤍 This Week in Retro - 🤍
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The SEGA Genesis Mini is out this week on Thursday September 19th and in Japan they are selling add on accessories to go with the system. This includes replicas of the 32X as well as the Model One SEGA CD all of which attaches to the Genesis Mini to build the Tower we all remember. Overall it looks ridiculous, but it's such a fun idea I can't help but like it. Second Channel: 🤍 Follow Us On Mixer: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍SpawnWaveMedia Spawn Wave Merch: 🤍 Consider Supporting Us On Patreon: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 Follow Us On Twitch: 🤍 Listen To Our Weekly Podcast: 🤍 Music: 🤍bensound.com Like Comment and Subscribe! Thanks for watching! #SEGA #GenesisMini #GenesisMiniTower
A playthrough of Sega's 1994 license-based adventure game for the Sega CD, Jurassic Park. Unlike the cartridge-based games based on the 1993 Hollywood blockbuster, Jurassic Park for the Sega CD isn't an action game. It is a point-and-click adventure that focuses on puzzle solving and exploration instead of blowing things up, though there are a few short bursts of action peppered in here and there. The game takes place after the events of the movie and novel. You are a InGen scientist, travelling as part of a group to collect the eggs that remain on Isla Nulabar after Dr. Grant and crew managed to escape. As your helicopter approaches, there's an explosion, and you are the only survivor of the crash. You have twelve hours before your ride home appears, and you must complete you mission in this time: you have to find and safely store eggs from each of the dinosaur species on the island, which of course include all of the popular ones from the movie. You play from a first-person perspective, searching for clues and tools in each environment that'll help you to retrieve the eggs. There are plenty of obstacles, ranging from the mundane (a locked door) to the extreme (a T-Rex that will eat you, given the opportunity), and the clock is always ticking. The gameplay combines the corridor-like FMV movement paths of Mansion of Hidden Souls (🤍 ) with the PC adventure sensibilities of The Secret of Monkey Island (🤍 ) and The Adventures of Willy Beamish (🤍 ), and it's a novel approach that made good use of the CD-ROM medium. It's one of the few games that really understood how FMV could enhance, rather than replace, game play. Sega probably would've been wise to invest more resources into projects like this. It's weirdly preoccupied with making you pick up rocks (seriously, there are five that you have to collect and use before the game is done!), but otherwise, the puzzles are refreshingly based in simple logic, and the action sequences don't require too much of your reflexes, but they do a nice job of keeping you on your toes. So do the excellent graphics, which capture the look and feel of the movie as well as anyone could hope to with so few colors. The animated dinosaur models in particular impressed me. Overall, it's not a "difficult" game, but it is an enjoyable one that pays proper respect to its source material. The original Jurassic Park had several good games based on it, but this one right here was my favorite. _ No cheats were used during the recording of this video. NintendoComplete (🤍 punches you in the face with in-depth reviews, screenshot archives, and music from classic 8-bit NES games!
This video showcases CD titles as well as several 32x titles - and in a few cases, combined CD/32x titles...extended cut version! The Sega CD and 32x occupy an interesting footnote in gaming history. While they are probably more infamous than famous, there were quite a few interesting (if not necessarily good) games on them. Additionally, they were a very niche market; most of us probably know what they are, but few of us actually played them. So here is a brief tour of 100 of them. Immediately noticeable is the abundance of the dreaded "FMV" games. These really do not stand up well - but I can honestly tell you that as a young gamer, I thought they were actually kinda impressive at the time. I've included a few of them here for reference (and infamy! looking at you, Night Trap) All release dates/titles refer to the North American release where applicable. If you'd like to support this channel, get exclusive perks like early releases and steam keys, please consider becoming a patreon subscriber! 🤍 001 - Afterburner III 002 - AH3 - Thunderstrike 003 - Android Assault 004 - AX-101 005 - Batman Returns 006 - Battlecorps 007 - Battletech-Gray Death Legion 008 - BC Racers (32x) 009 - BC Racers (Sega CD) 010 - Black Hole Assault 011 - Blackthorne (32x) 012 - Bloodshot 013 - Bouncers 014 - Bug Blasters - The Exterminators 015 - Burning Fists 016 - Corpse Killer (CD 32X) 017 - Cosmic Carnage (32x) 018 - Cyborg 009 019 - Dark Wizard 020 - Darxide (32x) 021 - Doom (32x) 022 - Double Switch 023 - Dragon's Lair 024 - Dune 025 - Dungeon Explorer 026 - Dungeon Master 027 - Dynamic Country Club 028 - Eternal Champions-Challenge from the Dark Side 029 - F1 Circus CD 030 - Fahrenheit (CD 32x) 031 - Final Fight CD 032 - Formula One world Championship - Beyond the Limit 033 - Game No Kanzume - Volume 1 034 - Game No Kanzume - Volume 2 035 - Ground Zero Texas 036 - Heart of the Alien 037 - Heimdall 038 - Jaguar XC220 039 - Jurassic Park 040 - Keio Flying Squadron 041 - Knuckles Chaotix (32x) 042 - Kolibri (32x) 043 - Lawnmower Man, The 044 - Lords of Thunder 045 - Lunar - Eternal Blue 046 - Lunar The Silver Star 047 - Mansion of Hidden Souls 048 - MarkO 049 - Mary Shelly's Frankenstein 050 - Metal Head (32x) 051 - Midnight Raiders 052 - Motocross Championship 32X (32x) 053 - NBA Jam Tournament Edition 32X 054 - NFL Trivia Challenge 055 - Night Striker 056 - Night Trap 057 - Night Trap (CD 32x) 058 - Ninja Warriors, The 059 - Panic! 060 - Penn & Teller's Smoke and Mirrors 061 - Pro Yakyuu Super League CD 062 - Racing Aces 063 - RBI Baseball 95 (32x) 064 - RDF Global Conflict 065 - Revengers of Vengeance 066 - Rise of the Dragon 067 - Robo Aleste 068 - Secret of Monkey Island, The 069 - Sengoku Denshou 070 - Sewer Shark 071 - Shadow Squadron (32x) 072 - Shining Force CD 073 - Silpheed 074 - Snatcher 075 - Sonic CD 076 - Soulstar 077 - Soulstar X (32x - Prototype) 078 - Space Adventure, The 079 - Space Harrier 32x (32x) 080 - Spider-Man Web of Fire 32x (32x) 081 - Star Strike 082 - Star Trek Starfleet Academy - Starship Bridge Simulator (32x) 083 - Star Wars Arcade (32x) 084 - Star Wars Rebel Assault 085 - Starblade 086 - Stellar Fire 087 - Supreme Warriror (CD 32x) 088 - Surgical Strike 089 - Tempo (32x) 090 - Third World War, The 091 - Time Cop 092 - T-Mek (32x) 093 - Vay 094 - Virtua Racing Deluxe 32X 095 - Wild Woody 096 - Wirehead 097 - Wonder Dog 098 - WWF Rage in the Cage 099 - WWF Wrestlemania- The Arcade Game 32X 100 - Zaxxon's Motherbase 2000 (32x)
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An infamous Sega CD Warning is played when a disc containing a Sega CD game is inserted. This warning features an urgent sounding female along with eerie guitar sounds and noise. This is the explanation of why this warning exists. Credit: 🤍 My Links- Twitch: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #Sega #SegaCD #Gaming #GamingUnsolved #Unsolved #Mystery