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42 Games, 1 Rush Of Pure Childhood.

SEGA Genesis Mini Slated for Sept 19 Release

Keeping up with all of the mini consoles on the market, SEGA has announced their SEGA Genesis Mini will become available on September 19, 2019. The teeny console comes packed with 40 games (and two “bonus” titles), all of the required cables, and 2 controllers so you and a friend can throw back to your playtimes of ol’ with Contra: Hard Corps, Golden Axe, Gunstar Heroes, Toejam and Earl, and so many more.

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A game for those who want it

ToeJam and Earl: Back In The Groove Stream Recap

For this week's "Let's Play Co-Op", Mike and Locke are checking out ToeJam and Earl: Back In The Groove, a Kickstarted title that seeks to bring back a franchise that many Genesis fans remember fondly. Like so many of these types of projects, the aim is to make something that successfully hits that nostalgia center of the brain and presents something that is as good as you remember it being (which isn't always the same as the reality of how it was).

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My name is ToeJam... and I'm Big Earl.

Funky 16-bit Duo Returning in ToeJam and Earl: Back In The Groove

Remember the good old days when Sega and Nintendo were well-sporting rivals? While Sonic vs. Mario might have gotten all the attention, a little duo known as ToeJam and Earl provided another reason to give Sega consoles a second look. After more than a decade's absence, we finally get our chance to enjoy the aliens' funky platform stylings again in ToeJam and Earl: Back In The Groove.

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The jamming duo returns in style

Sega Vintage Collection: ToeJam and Earl Collection Co-Op Review

The ToeJam & Earl series is fondly remembered by people who played the Sega Genesis, including yours truly. Sadly, the series remains largely forgotten by everyone else, despite ToeJam & Earl III appearing exclusively on the original Xbox. The cause may stem from SEGA not actually owning the characters. The rights belong to one of the series’ two creators, Greg Johnson. Thankfully he worked out a deal with SEGA, who have just released the first two games as SEGA Vintage Collection: ToeJam & Earl.

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