A good lot of Sega goodness this time around, all bangers if you ask me.

Micro Machines – Sega Mega Drive (1991)

Micro Machines is a video game series based on the toy line of the same name. The game features miniature vehicles racing around various environments, such as kitchen tables, gardens, and school desks. The game was developed by Codemasters and released for the Sega Mega Drive in 1991. The game was praised for its originality, graphics, and multiplayer mode. Micro Machines is considered one of the best racing games for the Sega Mega Drive and a classic of the genre

Power Stone – Sega Dreamcast (1999)

Power Stone is a 3D fighting game made by Capcom for the Sega Dreamcast. It features 10 characters who compete for the legendary Power Stones, which can transform them into more powerful forms and unleash devastating attacks. The game has an isometric view and allows players to interact with the environment, using objects and weapons to fight their opponents. The game was praised for its originality, graphics, and multiplayer mode, and spawned a sequel, Power Stone 2, as well as an anime series.

This game also came with an extra hit of nostalgia. I loved the shop Chips. Was a fantastic place to buy games back in the day.

Crazy Taxi – Sega Dreamcast (1999)

Crazy Taxi is a racing game developed by Hitmaker and published by Sega. It was first released as an arcade game in 1999, then ported to the Sega Dreamcast in 2000. The game is the third best-selling Dreamcast game in the United States, selling over a million copies1. The game lets you play as one of four taxi drivers who must pick up and drop off customers in a fictional city, while performing stunts and avoiding traffic. The game features a soundtrack by The Offspring and Bad Religion, and is known for its originality, graphics, and multiplayer mode. The game also has several sequels and spin-offs, such as Crazy Taxi 2, Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller, and Crazy Taxi Tycoon.

Dead Or Alive 2 – Sega Dreamcast (2000)

Dead Or Alive 2 is a 3D fighting game developed by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo. It was released for the Sega Dreamcast in 2000, after being ported from the arcade version. The game features 14 playable characters, each with their own fighting style and story. The game also has several modes, such as Story Mode, Versus Mode, Survival Mode, and Team Battle Mode. The game is known for its fast-paced and fluid combat system, which involves striking, throwing, and countering attacks. The game also has interactive stages, where players can use objects and weapons, or knock their opponents off the edge for extra damage. The game has a soundtrack composed by Makoto Hosoi, which includes rock, techno, and classical music. The game received critical acclaim for its graphics, gameplay, and replay value.

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