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SEGA Genesis Classic Collection GOLD EDITION -cracked download [PC]

Discussion in 'PC Games' started by redbl0odx, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. Redbl0odx

    Redbl0odx The Pirate Admin Staff Member VIP

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    Description:
    Sega Mega Drive Classic Collection is a series of compilations featuring Sega Mega Drive video games released for PC in Europe. The collections are split into “Volumes”. Sega re-released all four volumes of the Sega Mega Drive Classic Collection as the Sega Mega Drive Classic Collection: Gold Edition (Sega Genesis Classic Collection: Gold Edition in North America), It is a four-disc set of 46 Mega Drive/Genesis games from all four volumes of the Mega Drive Classic Collection. The collection has configuring keyboard support which provides a personalized gaming experience, as well as a multiplayer mode for a select number of titles. The collection also has save and load functionality that is included in all of the games that allows the player to pick up and play saved games at the exact point they left off.
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    Features:
    • All 4 Volume Of the Release Included
    • 40+ Games

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  2. the_randomizer

    the_randomizer Sea slug

    Thanks! I wanted to try this out to see how well the Yamaha YM2612 was emulated (since Sega doesn't emulate these games' audio all that well). Maybe the Sonic Mega Collection, but I'll see how this one fairs. Thanks again!

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