In 1988, the Sega Mega Drive, the first 16-bit console, hit the market and scared the competition. Mainly thanks to the most famous game of the console: Sonic: The Hedgehoc. Thanks to numerous offshoots, Jump’n’run still has a huge fan base today. But what was the Sega Mega Drive capable of – and how does it play today? On the occasion of the theatrical release of the second Sonic movie “SONIC THE HEDGEHOG 2” we travel into the past and take a look at the “hell machine” of the 90s. Have fun!
► To the cinema review of SONIC THE HEDGEHOG 2: