The console that introduced us to Sonic The Hedgehog and his friends. The console that started a war with Nintendo and gave it a run for its money. Sega Genesis was one of the most successful consoles in the past and made Sega one of the giants of the game in those days. There are a lot of amazing games that deserve to be played on this console and if you do not have one again on the day, then you definitely have to play those games at this time.
SEGA no longer manufactures game consoles, but you always relive something of Sonic nostalgia with Kega Fusion. Fusion is perhaps the best emulator for retro SEGA consoles because you can play with Master System, Genesis, Game Gear, 32 X, SG1000, SC3000, SF7000 and MegaCD. That's almost all the SEGA consoles except Dreamcast and Saturn. Provides support for USB gamepad, Netplay option for online games, video and audio capture options and cheat support. Kega Fusion is also a portable program that can run from USB flash drives.
Unlike most Mega Drive emulators of the time, Kega Fusion attaches an extremely high importance to precision compared to speed or other features (such as netplay, movie recording or other features found in emulators such as Gens). .
However, Fusion is highly optimized and works very efficiently. In a Pentium III class or similar microprocessor, Kega Fusion works at 60 frames per second with Sega Mega Drive ROM, although with the popular 2xSaI graphics filter plugin, the processing power needed to achieve 60 frames per second is much higher (also It can be pointed out that by emulating Sega 32XROM at full speed, a 850 MHz or faster microprocessor is strongly recommended).
Download link: https://segaretro.org/Kega_Fusion