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Name Street Smart
System Genesis - Mega Drive
Year 1991
Developer SNK Corporation
Genre Fighting

The Street Smart Sega Genesis Mega Drive is a classic 16-bit console released in 1989. It was the first console to feature a 16-bit processor, allowing for more advanced graphics and sound than its 8-bit predecessors. The console was designed to be an affordable alternative to the more expensive consoles of the time, such as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and the Sega Master System.

The Street Smart Sega Genesis Mega Drive featured a Motorola 68000 processor running at 7.6 MHz, which allowed for faster processing speeds than other consoles of its time. This enabled games to have larger sprites, more detailed backgrounds, and smoother animation. The console also featured a Yamaha YM2612 sound chip that provided stereo sound with six channels of FM synthesis and four channels of PCM audio.

The Street Smart Sega Genesis Mega Drive came with two controllers, one with three buttons and one with six buttons. The six-button controller was designed specifically for fighting games such as Street Fighter II: Special Champion Edition and Mortal Kombat II. The console also had an expansion port on the back that allowed players to connect additional peripherals such as light guns or steering wheels.

The library of games available for the Street Smart Sega Genesis Mega Drive was vast and varied, ranging from sports titles like Joe Montana Football to action-adventure games like Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and platformers like Aladdin. There were also many popular arcade ports available for the system such as Golden Axe and Streets of Rage 2. In addition to these titles, there were also many exclusive titles developed specifically for the system such as Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium and Shining Force II: Ancient Sealing.

Overall, the Street Smart Sega Genesis Mega Drive was an incredibly successful console that helped define gaming in the 16-bit era. Its powerful hardware allowed it to produce some truly amazing visuals while its expansive library provided gamers with hours upon hours of entertainment. It is still fondly remembered by many gamers today as one of their favorite consoles from their childhoods.

Genesis - Mega Drive Fighting games