Best Sega GamesA list of the best video games developed and/or published by the company SEGA.
The Top Ten
The 1991 classic. This isn't just the best Sonic game, but it really is a masterpiece.
I feel like I'm the only one who likes the GBA port. It's good.
Set in a world where all dreams take place. The dream world has two areas: Nightopia and Nightmare. The game was inspired by Cirque de Soleil's show Mystère. When making the game, Sega researched dreams, REM sleep, and psychologists like Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. The game received universal acclaim. - ShuhBanggg
Arguably one of the best Sega games ever made. Centers around air pirates, floating islands, and pirate galleons that fly. - ShuhBanggg
Critically acclaimed. A 3D game starring a ninja dressed in a black garb and mystical red cape. The cape stretches back as you run. - ShuhBanggg
A cell-shaded game where you skate around and spray-paint graffiti on walls while escaping riot police. Includes both original and licensed music that combines genres like J-pop and hip hop. The game was widely acclaimed and received awards. - ShuhBanggg
A dieselpunk setting based on WWII-era Europe. It's a military tactical game and was inspired by Band of Brothers and Saving Private Ryan. The game's visuals resemble pencil-drawn paintings in motion, and it has genuinely unique gameplay not found in any other game. It won several awards and inspired multiple sequels and manga titles and even an anime series. The game and its sequels have a cult following. - ShuhBanggg
Became a bestseller upon release. - ShuhBanggg
Critically acclaimed. A colorful platform game. For a brief time, Alex Kidd was Sega's unofficial mascot. - ShuhBanggg
I Know Sonic Games Have The Great Soundtracks But This Soundtrack is Good
This Captain Falcon game was developed by SEGA. In fact, the playable racer Billy has the character AiAi from Super Monkey Ball on his belt buckle.
Both This Game and The Yakuza Series Has Good/Great Music Because Of Hidenori Shoji
Essentially Wall-E. Humanity has polluted the earth so badly that it evacuated the planet and left robots to clean up the toxins, wastes, and trash. The game's main character is Vectorman, a humble robot made entirely of lime-green orbs. He is programmed to dispose toxic sludge by taking it into space and discharging it into the sun. The game received universal acclaim. Its gameplay is similar to Donkey Kong Country, but with hand-blasters and the ability to transform using power-ups. - ShuhBanggg
I know it looks and sounds like trash bin material, but it really is surprisingly quite good. It's essentially a poor man's Arkham Asylum. It's even voiced by the main movie's cast, including Hayley Atwell and Chris Evans. - ShuhBanggg
Developed by Sega. (Was also published by Sega in regions outside of Japan.) - ShuhBanggg
My favourite video game of all time - iliekpiez
Received critical acclaim. - ShuhBanggg
A really fun game, and I believe it received very positive reviews. - ShuhBanggg
A hybrid between a 3rd person shooter and a racing game. The game stars Sam Gideon, a soldier equipped with special white tactical armor. - ShuhBanggg
Fun little platformer featuring a heroic toy knight named Sir Pepper. - ShuhBanggg
A sequel to Shinobi starring a female ninja in red armor. - ShuhBanggg
Not only one of the most expensive games ever made at the time, but considered one of the best video games ever made. The game is an open world with a hyper-interactive environment and extreme level of detail. The game runs completely by a clock. Throughout the cycling night and day, characters have diverse routines and schedules they follow, shops open and close, buses follow specific timed routes, and everyone can be interacted with. The game is unprecedented (especially at the time), revolutionary, and has a cult following. - ShuhBanggg
Not only best Sega games, but best game ever made.
Was a huge bestseller upon release. - ShuhBanggg