Genesis does what Nintendon’t? Apparently not.
Because it’s 2020 and someone had to mess with the natural order of things, the poster child of the SEGA Mega Drive has been stripped of its dignity and is being forced to work for the enemy system.
Using what can only be described as forbidden technological witchcraft, Sonic the Hedgehog’s debut title is now playable on Nintendo’s 16-bit console, and is working just fine and dandy. Blast Processing, apparently, is not needed to bring Sonic to life.
You can find out more details on Digital Foundry’s YouTube video, but be wary: there are extremely disturbing images of 90’s SEGA software running on 90’s Nintendo hardware. You have been warned.
via Digital Foundry