Sega Genesis Emulators

Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Background

Sega started selling the Sega Genesis (known as the Mega Drive outside of North America) in 1989. Sega made the games in the “no loading time” cassette form. Sonic the Hedgehog has been the face of Sega since their start. Genesis also had some other great games such as NBA Jam, Ecco the Dolphin, Vectorman, and Aerobiz Supersonic.

Below are the Sega Genesis Emulators available:

More Info on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive

The Sega Genesis was the most happenin’ gaming system right next to the Super Nintendo. We loved the controllers and games. The first edition of the console was larger than the second. Sega really had some good things going for it and it’s a shame that they didn’t keep their legacy going into the present day.

Being THE alternative to the SNES the Sega Genesis had pretty big shoes to fill. You were the cool kid on the block if you had both a Super Nintendo AND a SEGA.

Our emulators will play all the SEGA Genesis games that you will want it to. We anticipate that there will not be any more roms created than those currently available that you can find on other websites but believe you me that there are tons and tons and tons of them available.

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The RetroArch Emulator in Action

RetroArch is one of the best emulators out there as it is capable of playing tons of different consoles/handhelds and it works on tons of platforms!  It can play Sega Genesis/Mega Drive games beautifully.  Do you want to watch a video of the RetroArch emulator playing a Genesis game and see what it’s capable of doing? Then check out the following YouTube video we have created.