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Incredible Steam Bundle Features 50 Sega Games For Under $10

59 Sega Genesis classics are included in this discounted Steam bundle.

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The Sega Genesis is an incredible 16-bit console with a library full of some of the '90s best games. Series like Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, and Shinobi called the system home, and now you can get more than 50 of the console's classic games for less than $10. Fanatical is selling Steam's Sega Genesis Classics bundle for $9.29 USD. It's a retro-styled package of 59 titles that is accompanied by some cool features, including a virtual '90s living room for you to select and play your games in.

The Sega Genesis Classics bundle comes with all of the console's Sonic games, including Sonic CD and Sonic 3D Blast. You also get all three Streets of Rage, Shinobi, and Golden Axe games as well as Gunstar Heroes, Beyond Oasis, and Toe Jam & Earl. The full selection of games can be seen on Fanatical.

Some of the awesome features that the Steam bundle boasts is online multiplayer, special challenge modes, and visual filters, such as CRT and scanlines. There are also different versions of games based on regional releases, and if you want to go the extra mile, you can even enjoy all of the Sega Genesis games in VR. That means you can play on a virtual CRT television or big-screen projection inside virtual reality.

Fanatical has a number of different bundles available right now, with more being revealed every day. Some of these include the Neverwinter Nights bundle, the Tomb Raider GOTY bundle, and the super-cheap Build Your Own Lockdown bundle. There's even a Payday 2 Legacy bundle, which contains everything you could want for the bank-heist shooter. You can see all of the available bundles on Fanatical.

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