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Sega's most succesful console and immortal 16-bit rival to the Super NES. Genesis does what Nintendon't.

Genesis History

Tongue of the Fatman
Released 10/12/1990.

Fighting Masters
Released 12/6/1991.

Deadly Moves (USA) (Power Moves)
Released 11/27/1992.

Best of the Best

Released 4/9/1993.

Fatal Fury
Released 4/23/1993.

Eternal Champions
Released 08/14/1993.

Mortal Kombat
Released 09/13/1993.

Street Fighter 2 Special Championship Edition (Street Fighter 2 Turbo)
Released 09/27/1993.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters (Genesis)
Released 12/3/1993.

World Heroes
Released 1994.

Ballz 3D
Released 1994.

Clay Fighter
Released 1994.

Shaq Fu
Released 1994.

Rise of the Robots
Released 1994.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Genesis)
Released 1994.

Jang Pung 3
Released 1994. Korean-only release. Essentially the exact same game as the Master System version running on a Genesis cart.

King of the Monsters 2

Jang Pung 2

Art of Fighting
Released 1/14/1994.

DragonBall Z: Buyū Retsuden
Released 3/31/1994.

Mortal Kombat 2
Released 5/16/1994.

Fatal Fury 2
Released 6/24/1994.

Super Street Fighter 2
Released 6/25/1994.

Double Dragon V
Released 8/1/1994.

Yuu Yuu Hakusho: Makyo Toitsusen
Released 9/30/1994.

Brutal: Paws of Fury
Released 10/1/1994.

Released 11/1/1994.

Power Instinct
Released 11/18/1994.

Samurai Shodown
Released 11/19/1994.

Primal Rage
Released 1995.

VR Troopers
Released 1995.

Justice League Task Force
Released 8/24/1995.

Mortal Kombat 3
Released 10/7/1995.

Released 11/5/1995.

Time Killers
Released 1996.

WWF Wrestlemania
Released 2/29/1996.

Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
Released 11/16/1996.

Virtua Fighter 2
Released 3/12/1997. Ported as a disheveled 2D shadow of its arcade self.

Since 2006
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