Sega Mega Drive/Genesis

(1988 – 1999)

This is a list of all unique games that were released for Sega Mega Drive/Genesis around the world!

Game Details
3 Ninjas Kick Back (Malibu, June 1, 1994)
6-Pak (Sega, October 9, 1996)
688 Attack Sub (Electronic Arts, October 9, 1991)
AAAHH!!! Real Monsters (Realtime Associates, September 15, 1995)
Action 52 (Farsight Technologies, October 8, 1993)
The Addams Family (Ocean, October 8, 1994)
The Adventures of Batman & Robin (Clockwork Games, October 8, 1995)
The Adventures of Mighty Max (WJS Design, October 8, 1994)
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends (Imagineering Inc, October 8, 1993)
Aero the Acro-Bat (Iguana Entertainment, October 8, 1993)
Aero the Acro-Bat 2 (Iguana Entertainment, October 8, 1994)
Aerobiz (Koei, October 8, 1992)
Aerobiz Supersonic (Koei, October 8, 1994)
  • System: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Developer: Koei
  • Year: 1994
  • Releases Count: 1
  • VGDB ID: 22114-sega-mega-drive-genesis-aerobiz-supersonic
After Burner II (Sega, March 22, 1990)
Air Buster (Inter State, October 8, 1991)
Air Diver (Copya Systems, October 8, 1990)
Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (Sega, August 14, 1989)
  • System: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Developer: Sega
  • Year: 1989
  • Releases Count: 1
  • VGDB ID: 22118-sega-mega-drive-genesis-alex-kidd-in-the-enchanted-castle
Alien 3 (Probe Entertainment Limited, October 8, 1992)
Alien Storm (Sega, October 8, 1991)
Alisia Dragoon (Game Arts, April 23, 1992)
Altered Beast (Sega, August 14, 1989)
American Gladiators (Imagitec Design, Inc., March 24, 1992)
Andre Agassi Tennis (TecMagik, October 8, 1992)
Animaniacs (Konami, May 14, 1994)
The Aquatic Games Starring James Pond and the Aquabats (Millenium Interactive, October 8, 1993)
Arcade Classics (Al Baker and Associates, October 8, 1996)
Arch Rivals (Arc Developments, October 8, 1992)
Arcus Odyssey (Wolf Team, October 8, 1991)
Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf (Sega, October 8, 1989)
  • System: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Developer: Sega
  • Year: 1989
  • Releases Count: 1
  • VGDB ID: 22130-sega-mega-drive-genesis-arnold-palmer-tournament-golf
Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf (Sega, 1989)
  • System: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Developer: Sega
  • Year: 1989
  • Releases Count: 1
  • VGDB ID: 22131-sega-mega-drive-genesis-arnold-palmer-tournament-golf
Arrow Flash (ITL, October 8, 1990)
Art Alive (Western Technologies, Inc., January 1, 1991)
Art of Fighting (SNK, January 13, 1994)
  • System: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Developer: SNK
  • Year: 1994
  • Releases Count: 1
  • VGDB ID: 22134-sega-mega-drive-genesis-art-of-fighting
Asterix and the Great Rescue (Core Design Ltd., June 1, 1994)
Atomic Robo-Kid (Micronics, December 13, 1990)
Atomic Runner (Data East, October 9, 1992)
ATP Tour Championship Tennis (Sims, October 9, 1994)
  • System: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Developer: Sims
  • Year: 1994
  • Releases Count: 1
  • VGDB ID: 22138-sega-mega-drive-genesis-atp-tour-championship-tennis
Awesome Possum (Tengen, October 9, 1993)
Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II (Sega, July 16, 1992)
  • System: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Developer: Sega
  • Year: 1992
  • Releases Count: 1
  • VGDB ID: 22140-sega-mega-drive-genesis-ayrton-sennas-super-monaco-gp-ii
B.O.B. (Foley Hi-Tech Systems, October 9, 1993)
Back to the Future Part III (Probe Entertainment Limited, October 9, 1991)
Ballz 3D (PF.Magic, October 9, 1994)
Barbie Super Model (Tahoe Software, October 9, 1992)
Barkley: Shut Up and Jam 2 (Accolade, October 9, 1995)
Barkley: Shut Up and Jam! (Accolade, October 9, 1993)
Barney's Hide and Seek (Realtime Associates, October 9, 1993)
Bass Masters Classic (Black Pearl, October 9, 1995)
Bass Masters Classic: Pro Edition (Black Pearl, October 9, 1996)
Batman (SunSoft, July 19, 1990)
Batman Forever (Probe Entertainment Limited, October 9, 1995)
Sega Mega Drive/Genesis was officially discontinued in 1999.
It does not, and will not, have any official upcoming games.
No releases can be found!

This is a list of all distinct game releases for Sega Mega Drive/Genesis!
We define a distinct release as a release of a game that was created for a distinct commercial purpose by the publisher.
Things such as "Collector's Edition", "Player's Choice", "Demo Discs", etc, all have a distinct commerical purpose for why they were created and exist, so they are distinct releases, and are listed here.
Minor variations (e.g. print run differences, minor revisions, etc) of a release that share the same commercial purpose we do not consider "important" enough to be listed as a distinct release - we document minor variations too, but on the individual release page.