SEGA Releases 90s Classic Games Online For Free

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Feeling bored with your usual choice of video games? Got nothing new to play since the implementation of the movement control order (MCO)? Bored at the office after your boss forced you to come in today?

Well, Sega is allowing everyone to play a number of their classic video games, including Sonic 2, Aladdin, the Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Street Fighter II and Super Mario World for free on their website!

Here are 5 recommended video games on the website.

Sonic 2

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Sonic 2 was released for the Mega Drive and the Sega Genesis back in 1992. Unlike its predecessor, Sonic 2 offered a two-player mode which introduced Sonic’s sidekick, Tails.

Once players successfully collect seven emeralds, Sonic could be transformed into Super Sonic, making the quick hedgehog invincible for a few seconds.

Mortal Kombat Trilogy

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Created by Midway in 1996, Mortal Kombat Trilogy was the second update to Mortal Kombat 3.

This game featured new moves and an “Aggressor” bar, which, when full,  turned characters faster and stronger. It also unlocked new ways to strike opponents with a fatal blow.


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Aladdin was released for Mega Drive and Genesis in 1993. Several versions of it were subsequently developed for the Game Boy, NES, and Playstation 4.

The game has players navigating the famous Disney character through different levels. Aladdin can defend himself from enemies using his scimitar and pelt them with apples.

Street Fighter II: Champion Edition

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Street Fighter II was developed by Capcom in 1992 and released for arcade systems, the Super Nintendo and Sega’s Mega Drive and Genesis.

The competitive “street” fighting game saw characters Ryu and Ken deploy their own distinctive attacks, the “Hadouken” and “Shoryuken”.

Super Mario World

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Released in 1992 for Super Nintendo, this legendary game was a worldwide phenomenal success.

The game sees Mario and Luigi come together to rescue Princess Peach who had disappeared in Dinosaur Land while fighting Bowser. During their adventure, the two run into Yoshi, a small dinosaur who has the ability to eat enemies.

Have fun!

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