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SEGA Mega Drive & Genesis Classics Bundle - 59 Games (PC Digital Download) $8.99

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Mega Drive and Genesis titles of the late 1980s and 1990s. Bundle includes all of the following games, and activates on Steam:
  • Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
  • Alien Soldier
  • Alien Storm
  • Altered Beast,
  • Beyond Oasis,
  • Bio-Hazard Battle,
  • Bonanza Bros.,
  • Columns,
  • Columns III,
  • Comix Zone,
  • Crack Down,
  • Decap Attack,
  • Dr. Robotnik's
  • Mean Bean Machine,
  • Dynamite Headdy,
  • Ecco the Dolphin,
  • Ecco Jr.,
  • Ecco: The Tides of Time,
  • ESWAT: City Under Siege,
  • Eternal Champions,
  • Fatal Labyrinth,
  • Flicky,
  • Gain Ground,
  • Galaxy Force II,
  • Golden Axe III,
  • Golden Axe,
  • Golden Axe II,
  • Gunstar Heroes,
  • Kid Chameleon,
  • Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole,
  • Light Crusader,
  • Phantasy Star II,
  • Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom,
  • Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium,
  • Ristar,
  • Shadow Dancer,
  • Shining Force,
  • Shining Force II,
  • Shining in the Darkness,
  • Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master,
  • Sonic 3 & Knuckles,
  • Sonic 3D Blast,
  • Sonic CD,
  • Sonic Spinball,
  • Sonic The Hedgehog,
  • Sonic The Hedgehog 2,
  • Space Harrier II,
  • Streets of Rage,
  • Streets of Rage 2,
  • Streets of Rage 3,
  • Super Thunder Blade,
  • Sword of Vermilion,
  • The Revenge of Shinobi,
  • ToeJam & Earl,
  • ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron,
  • VectorMan 2,
  • VectorMan,
  • Virtua Fighter 2,
  • Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair,
  • Wonder Boy in Monster World

NOTE: The SEGA Mega Drive & Genesis Classics Bundle delivers as a single Steam key.

https://www.fanatical.com/en/bund...ics-bundle
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Grab a USB Genesis controller from Amazon and you're set!
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Never done steam before. Is this something I can transfer to a different computer. Or is this more of an app style?
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Never done steam before. Is this something I can transfer to a different computer. Or is this more of an app style?
Steam is a distribution platform, chat client, and game developer and it's the best. You can just log into steam on another computer and your whole library is there.
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Never done steam before. Is this something I can transfer to a different computer. Or is this more of an app style?
The Short answer is Yes.

As long as you can download the steam game portal in which ever computer you want you will have access to your game library. You should be able to play it as long as the computer you have it installed has the required hardware. The Steam Portal is available on Windows, Mac and Linux
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The Short answer is Yes.

As long as you can download the steam game portal in which ever computer you want you will have access to your game library. You should be able to play it as long as the computer you have it installed has the required hardware. The Steam Portal is available on Windows, Mac and Linux
thanks for the response. i was looking into it and it seems like its cloud based.. is that right? so without internet connection you can't play it? its not like buying the Mini versions (like SNES mini) or older CD ROM where it will work as long as it doesn't break.
I still play a few racing games on my old PSP. battery life still really good and games still work.
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Steam is a distribution platform, chat client, and game developer and it's the best. You can just log into steam on another computer and your whole library is there.
Thanks for the reply.
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Thanks OP, just got it and my 14 year old is playing them right now. He was bored of playing the same games over and over again. Its pretty cool and great deal for only $9. He said that steam games can play offline as long as the game is already download and its has single player mode or local multiplayer mode.
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thanks for the response. i was looking into it and it seems like its cloud based.. is that right? so without internet connection you can't play it? its not like buying the Mini versions (like SNES mini) or older CD ROM where it will work as long as it doesn't break.
I still play a few racing games on my old PSP. battery life still really good and games still work.
Steam installs the game on your pc and they are playable offline as long as you set steam to offline mode and the game doesn't require an internet connection.
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thanks for the response. i was looking into it and it seems like its cloud based.. is that right? so without internet connection you can't play it? its not like buying the Mini versions (like SNES mini) or older CD ROM where it will work as long as it doesn't break.
I still play a few racing games on my old PSP. battery life still really good and games still work.
Steam has DRM, it's up to the developer whether or not to implement it. Here is one list (there are others) of DRM free games:
https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki...s_on_Steam
You see under Sega this is listed, and you can just copy the folder over to another computer even if Steam is not installed and there is no internet connection.
Looking into the details:
https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki...s_Classics
You can even see that it's possible to use the ROMS (game files) with other emulators that also don't have DRM or perform better (KEGA Fusion has a good reputation and been around a long time but I haven't kept track of newer things that might be better)
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Steam has DRM, it's up to the developer whether or not to implement it. Here is one list (there are others) of DRM free games:
https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki...s_on_Steam
You see under Sega this is listed, and you can just copy the folder over to another computer even if Steam is not installed and there is no internet connection.
Looking into the details:
https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki...s_Classics
You can even see that it's possible to use the ROMS (game files) with other emulators that also don't have DRM or perform better (KEGA Fusion has a good reputation and been around a long time but I haven't kept track of newer things that might be better)
Thanks, I'll check the link and seems like my questions have been answered.
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Not sure if worth since the only games I recognize are sonic and streets of rage... Since I mostly play on a PC, I may just stick to emulators..
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Are these games playable on linux?
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are these games playable on linux?
says windows only
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Grab a USB Genesis controller from Amazon and you're set!
Are there any models/manufacturers in particular that you (or others here) recommend?
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