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List of cancelled Sega Genesis games

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This is a list of cancelled games for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis.

List[edit]

There are currently 270 games on this list.[lower-alpha 1]

Title Genre Developer(s) Publisher(s) Planned Release Date/Last Year Developed or Mentioned Notes/Reasons
Acclaim's World Cup Soccer Sports N/A Acclaim Entertainment 1 April 1993 Showcased at the 1993 WCES.[1] Also planned for SNES.[1]
Air Drums Music N/A Sega 1 July 1993 Intended for the Sega Activator peripheral.[2] Only a single screenshot exists.[2]
Amegedon Fighting Softmax N/A 1994 Based upon Lee Hyun-se's Armageddon manhwa serialized in IQ Jump.[3] Artwork exists.[3]
Akira Multi-genre Black Pearl Software THQ 26 December 2019 Based upon Katsuhiro Otomo's 1988 animated film of the same name.[4] A ROM image was leaked online in 2019.[4]
Al Unser Jr. Racing Racing N/A The Software Toolworks 1 July 1994 Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[5] Only a single screenshot exists.[5]
Aleste 2 Shoot 'em up Compile N/A 28 November 2012 Former Compile members Yuichi Toyama and Kazuyuki Nakashima stated the Mega Drive conversion was reworked into MUSHA.[6]
Alien vs Predator Beat 'em up Realtime Associates Activision 6 June 2011 Conversion of the SNES original.[7] Producer Tom Sloane stated work on the Mega Drive port was scrapped due to Activision being displeased with its production.[7]
Aliens Run and gun N/A N/A 1 November 1990 Conversion of the 1990 arcade game of the same name.[8]
Andromeda Mission Rail shooter Demonware Color Dreams 1990 Preliminary cover art and screenshots exists.[9]
Appare! Jitsugyōō!? Board game Sega Sega 1 July 1990 Screenshots exists.[10]
Aspect Warriors Action Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 February 1994 Based upon Games Workshop's Space Hulk board game.[11] Artwork, game design document and screenshots exists.[11]
Astropede Platform Sega Technical Institute N/A 11 August 2020 Footage exists.[12] Artwork and prototype exists currently under ownership of former STI artist Craig Smith.[12]
Axion Fighting Treasure N/A 17 May 2019 Released as Yu Yu Hakusho Makyō Tōitsusen.[13] Only a single screenshot and artwork exists.[13][14] Mad Stalker: Full Metal Forth co-designer Masatoshi Imaizumi stated the project was reworked into Panzer Bandit.[15]
B-Bomb Action Sega Sega 19 April 2019 Screenshots exists.[16] Artwork was leaked online in 2019.[17]
B.O.B. II Run and gun Foley Hi-Tech N/A 1 April 1997 Planned sequel to B.O.B..[18] Artwork under ownership of former Foley Hi-Tech art director B.J. West.[18]
Baby Boom Action Foley Hi-Tech Sega 30 April 2016 Preliminary cover art exists.[19] Also planned for Game Gear and Sega CD.[19] Under development by Foley Hi-Tech.[20] Three ROM images were leaked online in 2016.[21]
Baby's Day Out Platform Designer Software Hi Tech Expressions 1 November 1994 Based upon 20th Century Fox's 1994 film of the same name.[22] Reviewed in video game magazines.[22][23] Two ROM images were leaked online.[citation needed]
Barbie: Vacation Adventure Multi-genre Software Creations Hi Tech Expressions 8 November 2013 Preliminary cover art exists.[citation needed] Reviewed in video game magazines.[22][23] Under development by Software Creations.[24]
Battle Mission Shooting gallery Sega Renovation Products 1 September 1990 Screenshots exists.[25] Showcased at the 1990 SCES.[26] Shooting gallery game in vein of Operation Wolf.[27]
Battle Smash Action Kaneko Kaneko 1 April 1992 Screenshots exists.[28]
Battling Worlds N/A N/A N/A 1990 Intended for the unreleased TeleGenesis Modem peripheral.[citation needed]
Bean Ball Benny Action Microsmiths Nuvision Entertainment 4 December 2010 Showcased at the 1990 and 1991 SCES.[26][29] Interview with Charlie Smith revealed the game was under development by Microsmiths.[30] Screenshots, promotional flyer and footsge exists.[25][31][32]
Beastball Sports Millennium Interactive, Teque London Spectrum HoloByte, MicroProse 15 September 2011 Conversion of the Amiga original Brutal Sports Football.[33] Also planned for SNES.[33][34] Reviewed in GamePro magazine.[35] A ROM image was leaked online in 2011.[36]
Beat Force Shoot 'em up Sammy Sammy 1 March 1993 Only a single screenshot exists.[37]
Beethoven's 2nd: The Quest for Pups Platform Designer Software Hi Tech Expressions 1 August 1995 Based upon Universal Pictures' 1993 film of the same name.[38] Showcased at the 1993 WCES and E3 1995.[38][citation needed] Reviewed in GamePro magazine.[22]
Benefactor Platform Digital Illusions CE Psygnosis 1 July 1994 Conversion of the Amiga original.[39] Slated for a December 1994 release.[40]
Beyond Zero Tolerance First-person shooter Technopop Accolade 1 September 1996 Planned sequel to Zero Tolerance.[41] Also planned for 32X.[41] Announced at the 1995 WCES.[41] Cancelled by Accolade in 1996 despite an unsuccessful letter-writing campaign to publish it.[42][43] A ROM image was leaked online by Technopop founder Randel Reiss.[44]
Biker Mice from Mars Racing Konami Sega 1 November 1994 Based upon Rick Ungar's 1993 animated series of the same name.[45] Slated for a November 1994 release.[46]
Bill's Tomato Game Puzzle Krisalis Software, Tempest Software Psygnosis 14 October 2014 Conversion of the Amiga original.[47] A ROM image was leaked online in 2014.[47]
Black Crypt Role-playing game Raven Software Electronic Arts 1 July 1992 Conversion of the Amiga original.[48] Screenshots exists.[48] Slated for a July 1992 release.[48]
Blackthorne Platform Blizzard Entertainment Interplay Productions 1 August 1995 Announced in September 1994 alongside the SNES original.[49] GamePro magazine reported the Genesis version was scrapped by Interplay in favor of a 32X conversion.[50] Also planned for PlayStation and Sega Saturn.[50]
Blood Money Shoot 'em up N/A N/A 8 February 2010 Conversion of the Amiga original.[51] Comporser Matt Furniss stated the music was finished.[51]
Bobby's World Platform Riedel Software Productions Hi Tech Expressions 16 October 1997 Based upon Howie Mandel's 1990 animated series of the same name.[52] Also planned for SNES.[52]
Boo! Platform The Conversion Company MicroProse 1 October 1994 Slated for a October 1994 release.[46] Game design document, artwork and screenshots exists[53] Platform game in vein of Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog.[53] Also planned for Amiga and SNES.[53] Footage exists under ownership of Boo! producer Stuart Whyte.[53]
Bounty Hunter Action N/A Sega 1 September 1993 Intended for the Sega Activator peripheral.[2] Only a single screenshot exists.[54]
Breach Tactical role-playing game Treco Sammy 30 April 2020 Conversion of the Amiga original, featuring gameplay-system improvements from the Amiga version of Breach 2.[55] Under development by Treco.[56] A ROM image was leaked online in 2020.[55]
BreakThru! Puzzle N/A Spectrum HoloByte 1 December 1994 Conversion of the PC original.[57] Also planned for Game Gear.[57]
Brett Hull Hockey Sports Radical Entertainment Accolade 1 April 1994 Conversion of the SNES original.[34] Screenshots exists and reported by Computer and Video Games magazine to be complete.[58] Slated for a April 1994 release.[58]
Cadaver Action-adventure The Bitmap Brothers Image Works 1 February 1991 Conversion of the Atari ST original.[59]
Captain Dynamo Platform Codemasters Codemasters 1 October 1994 Conversion of the ZX Spectrum original. Slated for a October 1994 release.[60] Also planned for Game Gear.[61] Screenshots exists.[61]
Carl's Crazy Carnival Action Origin Systems N/A 1 September 1994 Action game in vein of Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog.[62] Proposal document exists.[62]
Casper N/A Riedel Software Productions Hi Tech Expressions 16 October 1997 Based upon Universal Pictures' 1995 film of the same name.[52]
Chessmaster 2100 Chess N/A The Software Toolworks 1 February 1992 Conversion of the PC original. Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[63]
Citadel Action Origin Systems N/A 1 September 1994 First-person action game.[62] Proposal document exists.[62]
City Heroes Beat 'em up Samsung Samsung 1 May 1994 Reported by Gameworld to be complete and ready for release.[64] Gameworld also reported Samsung had plans to bring the game overseas.[65] Cancelled due to confusion in regards to South Korea's then-newly established censorship system.[66]
Claymates Platform N/A Interplay Productions 1 January 1994 Conversion of the SNES original.[67]
Colorado Adventure Silmarils Color Dreams 1990 Conversion of the Atari ST original. Preliminary cover art and screenshots exists.[9]
Combat Aces Combat flight simulation Baton Technologies N/A N/A A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Congo Multi-genre Visual Concepts Viacom New Media 12 September 2003 Based upon Paramount Pictures' 1995 film of the same name.[68] Developed in conjunction with a cancelled SNES version.[68] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Converse Hardcore Hoops Sports N/A Virgin Interactive Entertainment 1 September 1995 Showcased at E3 1995.[69] Also known as Converse City Ball Tour.[70] Planned for 32X, PC, PlayStation, Sega Saturn and SNES.[70] Cancelled due to poor internal reception from test players despite being reportely near-complete.[71]
Cutiepoo Platform DMA Design N/A 1 October 2020 Also planned for Amiga, Atari ST and PC Engine.[72] Artwork exists under ownership of DMA Design co-founder Mike Dailly.[73] No actual development started on Genesis version beyond planning phase.[74]
Dan Marino Football Sports Park Place Productions Virgin Interactive Entertainment 1 August 1993 Also known as Dan Marino's Touch Down Football.[75] Under development by Park Place Productions.[76]
Dando Action role-playing game Aicom Treco 1 August 1990 Also known as Vasum.[77] Screenshots exists.[25]
Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Racing Leland Corporation, Software Creations Tradewest 18 July 2011 Prototype was released as a limited number of reproduction copies.[78]
Davis Cup II Sports Loriciel N/A N/A Planned sequel to Davis Cup Tennis. Two ROM images were leaked online.[citation needed]
Death & Destruction Multi-genre Origin Systems N/A 1 October 1994 Proposal document exists.[62]
Deep Scanner Action Sammy Sammy 1 March 1993 Only a single screenshot exists.[37]
Devil Buster Action SIMS N/A 1 June 1993 Artwork and screenshots exists.[79][80][81]
Die Hard Trilogy Action Probe Entertainment Fox Interactive 1 October 1994 Based upon the first three installments of 20th Century Fox's Die Hard franchise.[82] Also planned for 32X.[82]
Dino Racer Racing Codemasters Codemasters 1 October 1994 Also known as Demon Dinosaurs.[83] Artwork and screenshots exists.[84][85]
Doctor Who N/A N/A Sega 1 August 1994 Based upon BBC's television programme of the same name.[86]
Dominus Real-time strategy Visual Concepts Asciiware 1 September 1993 Conversion of the MS-DOS original. Screenshots exists.[54] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Dr. Franken Platform Codemasters Elite Systems 1 April 1994 Conversion of the Game Boy original.[87]
Dragon's Lair Platform Eden Entertainment Software, Elite Systems, Taito N/A 15 September 2011 Adaptation of the 1983 arcade game of the same name.[88] A ROM image was leaked online in 2011.[36]
Dungeon Master II: Skullkeep Role-playing game N/A N/A 1 March 1995 Conversion of the PC-9800 original. Reviewed in Computer and Video Games magazine.[89]
Dwagons Puzzle Imagitec Design N/A 1 July 1992 Screenshots exists.[90]
Dynamite Düx Beat 'em up Sega Sega 1 September 1989 Conversion of the 1988 arcade game of the same name.[91]
DynoBlaze Beat 'em up Bonsai Entertainment Virgin Interactive Entertainment 1 December 1995 Also known as Dinoblades.[92][93] Also planned for Sega CD.[93][94] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Earl Weaver Baseball Sports Mirage Graphics Electronic Arts 1 June 1992 Showcased at the 1991 SCES.[citation needed] Cancelled in mid-1992.[95]
Elite Space trading and combat simulation Hybrid Technology Sony Electronic Publishing 1 May 1995 Cancelled due to Sony backing out of the project and lack of publisher.[96] Also planned for 32X.[96] A ROM image was leaked online by Elite co-designer Ian Bell.[97]
Environmental Detective Platform Magicom Software N/A 1 July 1992 Only a single screenshot exists.[98]
EXP: The Excellent Potato Role-playing game Open Production N/A 1 January 1996 Screenshots exists.[99] Cancelled due to Samsung discontinuing the Mega Drive in South Korea in favor of Sega Saturn.[100] Released on PC.[100]
Face Plant Sports Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 March 1994 Sports game in vein of Road Rash.[101] Screenshots exists.[101]
Falcon Combat flight simulation N/A Spectrum HoloByte 1 September 1989 Conversion of the Macintosh and MS-DOS original.[102][103] Intended to be compatible with the unreleased TeleGenesis Modem peripheral.[102]
Fido Dido Platform Krisalis Software, Teeny Weeny Games Kaneko 1 July 1994 Based upon Joanna Ferrone and Sue Rose's former 7 Up mascot of the same name.[104] Reviewed in video game magazines.[104] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Fire and Ice Platform Graftgold Virgin Interactive Entertainment 12 July 2018 Conversion of the Amiga and Atari ST original.[105] Also planned for Game Gear.[40] Fire and Ice co-designer Andrew Braybrook stated the Mega Drive conversion was completed but not released.[105]
Firearm Action Malibu Interactive N/A 1995 Based upon Malibu Comics' comic book series of the same name.[citation needed]
Fireteam Rogue Action Accolade Accolade 3 June 2011 Artwork and screenshots exists under ownership of former Accolade artists Betty Cunningham and Stu Shepherd.[106][107][108] Also planned for SNES.[107][108]
Flash Point Puzzle Sega Sega 28 June 2007 Conversion of the 1989 arcade game of the same name. The Mega Drive prototype was included in the Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol.28: Tetris Collection compilation for PlayStation 2.[109]
Frog Dude Platform Twilight N/A 2 February 2014 Former Twilight programmer Andy Swann stated the project was scrapped in favor of Alfred Chicken.[110] A ROM image was leaked online in 2014 by Swann.[110]
Future Zone Action-adventure N/A Electro Brain 1 April 1993 Action-adventure game in vein of Super Mario World.[1] Showcased at the 1993 WCES.[1] Also planned for SNES.[1]
Gensō Senki Kokō no Ryū: Crying Dragon Role-playing game N/A Treco 20 November 2019 Also planned for Sega CD.[111] A ROM image was leaked online in 2019.[112]
Ghoul Patrol Run and gun LucasArts JVC 31 January 2011 Former LucasArts producer Kalani Streicher stated the Genesis version was scrapped due to time constrains in order to focus development on SNES version.[113]
Globdule Platform Ex Animo Psygnosis 1 March 1994 Platform game in vein of Super Putty.[92] Slated for a Autumn 1994 release.[114] Artwork and screenshots exists.[115]
Green Lantern Action Ocean Software Ocean Software 1 May 1994 Based upon DC Comics' character of the same name.[116] Also planned for SNES.[116]
Guardian Angels Safety Patrol N/A N/A Nuvision Entertainment 1 August 1991 Announced at the 1991 SCES.[117]
Halloween Capsule Beat 'em up Softmax N/A 11 July 1995 Artwork and screenshots exists.[3] Cancelled due to Softmax discontinuing development of console games.[118]
Hanna Barbera's Turbo Toons Racing Empire Interactive Empire Interactive 1 August 1994 Announced in Mean Machines Sega magazine.[86]
Hard Yardage Sports N/A Activision. 1 November 1990 Intended to be the first american football on Genesis.[119] Showcased at the 1990 WCES.[119] Conversion of the PC original.[27] Reported by Electronic Gaming Monthly magazine to be in a dire state.[120]
Harlem Globetrotters Sports N/A GameTek 1 April 1993 Conversion of the MS-DOS original. Only a single screenshot exists.[121]
Hellfire Run N/A Panoramic Software N/A 1994 Also planned for PC and SNES.[122][123]
Hellraiser Multi-genre Color Dreams Color Dreams 1990 Based upon Clive Barker's 1987 film of the same name.[124] Promotional flyer exists.[124] Also planned for Atari Lynx and NES.[124]
Highway Encounter Action Vortex Software N/A 1998 Former Vortex producer Mark Haigh-Hutchinson stated the Mega Drive version was produced but left unpublished.[125] Also planned for Amiga and Atari ST.[125]
Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit! Platform N/A Absolute Entertainment 1 December 1994 Based upon ABC's 1991 television sitcom of the same name. Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[5] Screenshots exists.[5][126] Slated for a December 1994 release.[127]
Hooves of Thunder Racing RazorSoft RazorSoft 1 October 1992 Showcased at the 1992 WCES and 1993 SCES.[56][75]
Humans 2 Platform, Puzzle Imagitec Design GameTek 1 November 1994 Planned sequel to The Humans on Genesis.[128][129] Slated for a November 1994 release.[129]
Hydlide Special Action role-playing game N/A N/A 1 September 1989 Conversion of the Famicom version. Showcased at the 1989 SCES.[103]
IF Role-playing game HiCom Entertainment N/A 1 August 1996 Screenshots exists.[130] Released on PC.[100]
Impossible Mission 2025: The Special Edition Action MicroProse MicroProse 1 September 1994 Conversion of the Amiga original. Also planned for SNES.[92] Screenshots exists.[131][132]
Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures Platform Factor 5, LucasArts U.S. Gold 21 July 2017 Conversion of the SNES original. Reported by Electronic Gaming Monthly to be 100% complete.[133] Reviewed in video game magazines.[134] Prototype of the Genesis version was sold on eBay for GB£770.00.[135] Factor 5 co-founder Julian Eggebrecht stated the Genesis port was left unpublished due to U.S. Gold ceasing operations.[136]
Interplanetary Lizards of the Texas Plains Action Alexandria Inc. Tengen 29 September 2014 Showcased at the 1994 WCES.[137] Slated for a Spring 1994 release.[114] Prototype and screenshots exists.[138]
Iron Hammer First-person shooter N/A Sega 16 June 2008 Intended for the unreleased Sega VR peripheral.[139] Prototype was showcased at the Italian VGH 2008 expo.[139]
It Came from the Desert Action-adventure Cinemaware Electronic Arts 17 December 2001 Conversion of the Amiga original. Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[63] Planned to be published by Electronic Arts.[63] Former Black Pearl Software programmer Matt Harmon stated the Genesis version was 99% complete.[140] A ROM image was distributed online by Cinemawere in 2001.[141]
Jack Nicklaus Golf '95 Sports Accolade Accolade 1 March 1995 Planned sequel to Jack Nicklaus' Power Challenge Golf. Showcased at the 1995 WCES.[41] Preliminary cover art exists.[41]
Jelly Boy Platform Ocean Software Electronic Arts, Probe Entertainment 1 April 1995 Conversion of the Game Boy original. Reviewed in video game magazines.[142] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Jesse "The Body" Ventura Wrestling Superstars Fighting, Sports Human Entertainment DreamWorks 1 May 1992 Professional wrestling game sponsored by Jesse "The Body" Ventura.[143] Showcased at the 1991 SCES and the 1992 WCES.[56][144] A ROM image was leaked online.
Jester Action Sega Technical Institute Sega 11 June 2007 Slated for a April 1994 release.[145] Reported to be near-complete.[146]
Jim Lee's WildC.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams Action Beam Software Playmates Interactive Entertainment 1 May 1995 Based upon WildStorm's superhero team of the same name.[147] Screenshots exists.[147]
Jim Power: The Arcade Game Platform Loriciel Electro Brain 1 May 1994 Also known as Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3-D.[148] Slated for a Spring 1994 release.[114] Reviewed in Sega Visions magazine.[148] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Jimmy Connors Tennis Sports NMS Software Ubi Soft 1 December 1992 Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[56]
Journey to the Center of the Earth Action-adventure N/A Sony Imagesoft 1 April 1993 Showcased at the 1993 WCES.[1] Also planned for Game Boy, Game Gear, NES, Sega CD and SNES.[1]
Kabuki Action Taito Kaneko 1 November 1992 Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[63] Screenshots exists.[149] Also known as Kabuki Soldier.[150] Reviewed in Mega Drive Advanced Gaming magazine.[150]
Karate Blazers Beat 'em up Video System Mc O'River 1 February 1992 Conversion of the 1991 arcade game of the same name. Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[63]
Kartoon Kombat Fighting Technōs Japan American Technos 1 August 1995 Only a single screenshot exists.[88] Showcased at E3 1995.[38]
Keeper of the Gates Platform RazorSoft Sega 1 December 1992 Conversion of the Amiga and Atari ST original Deliverance. Also known as Stormlord II.[56] Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[56] Screenshots exists.[151][152]
Knights of the Sky Combat flight simulation MicroProse MicroProse 1 November 1994 Conversion of the MS-DOS original The Ancient Art of War in the Skies. Reviewed in GamePro magazine.[22]
Kung Fu: The Legends Continue N/A Park Place Productions Sunsoft 1994 Showcased at the 1994 WCES.[137]
Kye's Quest Action role-playing game N/A Sega 1 June 1992 First mentioned in 1991 by Aktueller Software Markt magazine.[153] Reported to feature a battery-backed memory support.[154] Game design document exists under ownership of former Epic Games artist Joe Hitchens.[155]
Land Buster Shooter N/A Seismic 1 August 1990 Screenshots exists.[25]
Last Survivor First-person shooter Sega Sega 1 September 1989 Conversion of the 1989 arcade game of the same name.[91]
Lennox Lewis Boxing Sports Park Place Productions Acclaim Entertainment 2009 Boxing game sponsored by Lennox Lewis.[156]
Litil Divil Action Gremlin Interactive Gremlin Interactive 1 November 1994 Reworked conversion of the CD-i and MS-DOS original.[86][157]
Lobo Fighting Ocean Software Ocean Software 15 September 2009 Based upon DC Comics' cosmic antihero of the same name.[158] Reviewed in video game magazines.[158][159] A ROM image was leaked online in 2009.[160]
Lothar Matthäus Super Soccer Sports Krisalis Software N/A 1 January 1995 Conversion of the SNES original Manchester United Championship Soccer. Only a single screenshot exists.[161]
Lufia & the Fortress of Doom Role-playing game N/A Taito 9 February 2014 Conversion of the SNES original.[162] Initially slated for a December 1994 launch before being delayed to a Spring 1995 release.[57][163] Showcased at the 1995 WCES.[162] A ROM image was leaked online in 2014 by a former programmer of the port.[164]
Macress Action-adventure N/A Seismic 1 August 1990 Only a single screenshot exists.[25]
Madness: House of Fun Platform Gremlin Graphics Gremlin Graphics 1 June 1994 Conversion of the Amiga and Atari ST original Harlequin sponsored by Chas Smash of ska band Madness.[165] Screenshots exists.[165]
Magician's Castle N/A N/A Psygnosis 1994 Showcased at the 1993 WCES.[citation needed]
Mall Rats Multi-genre N/A The Software Toolworks 12 December 2016 Unrelated to Kevin Smith's 1995 film of the same name.[166] Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[citation needed] Prototype and footage exists.[166]
Mario Lemieux II Hockey Sports N/A Sega 1994 Planned sequel to Mario Lemieux Hockey. Slated for a Autumn 1994 release.[citation needed]
Matrix Prime Fighting N/A Accolade 1994 Also known as Matrix.[citation needed] Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[citation needed] Also planned for SNES.[citation needed]
Matrix Runner Adventure ZCT Systems Group Sega 23 October 2010 Intended for the unreleased Sega VR peripheral.[167] Cyberpunk-themed adventure game inspired by Snatcher.[167] Only a single screenshot exists.[168] Under development by ZCT Systems Group.[168]
Maverick SFG Combat flight simulation N/A Sage's Creation 1 July 1997 Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[56]
Mega Bomberman: Special 8 Player Demo Action, Maze Factor 5 N/A 21 July 2017 Technical demo of Mega Bomberman with support for up to eight players using two Team Player multitaps.[136] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed] Factor 5 co-founder Julian Eggebrecht stated Hudson Soft rejected their pitch, commissioning Westone with converting the PC Engine original Bomberman '94 to the Mega Drive instead.[136]
Metal Lancer Space combat simulation Sega Sega 7 July 2016 Former Sega programmer Yuji Naka stated the project was conceived after the Mega Drive conversion of Ghouls 'n Ghosts was completed but before development of Sonic the Hedgehog.[169]
Metal Warriors Multi-genre LucasArts N/A 4 November 2015 Former LucasArts programmer Dean Sharpe stated that a Genesis version would not prove possible without his involvement due to programming tricks implemented to run the game on SNES before the idea was scrapped after Nintendo initially picked up the project for release.[170]
Michael Jordan: Chaos in the Windy City Action Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 November 1994 Screenshots exists.[171][172] Slated for a November 1994 release.[173]
Mickey Mania 2 Platform Traveller's Tales N/A 6 September 2017 Planned sequel to Mickey Mania.[174] Footage and prototype exists under ownership of Traveller's Tales co-founder Jon Burton.[174]
Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra Role-playing game New World Computing FCI 1 November 1994 Sequel to Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World.[175] Initially intended to be published by Electronic Arts.[175] Slated for a November 1994 release by FCI.[173] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Miina in Wonderland Party Micronet co., Ltd. N/A 25 September 2014 Reported by Beep! MegaDrive magazine to be 90% complete.[176] Screenshots exists.[176] Prototype was sold on Yahoo! Auctions.[177]
Mission: Impossible Action-adventure Ocean Software Ocean Software 1 August 1995 Based upon Paramount Pictures' 1996 film of the same name.[178] Reported to be in vein of Flashback.[178] Screenshots exists.[179] Also planned for 32X, Sega Saturn and SNES.[179][180][181] Released on Nintendo 64.[179][181]
Monster Hunter Light gun shooter Sega Sega 1 January 1994 Also known as Monster Hunt.[182] Intended for the Menacer peripheral.[182] Slated for a January 1994 release.[182]
Monster Truck Wars Racing N/A Acclaim Entertainment 1 January 1995 Also known as USHRA Monster Truck Wars.[183][184] Also planned for SNES.[173] Slated for a January 1995 release.[46]
Moon Dancer: Yōseiō no Kikan Multi-genre Sega Sega 4 February 2004 Based upon a manga of the same name serialized in Beep! magazine.[185] Artwork by Naoyuki Kato and screenshots exists.[185][186][187] Advanced Daisenryaku designer Hitoaki Minami stated the project faced internal development issues.[188]
Motor Mania Action Millennium Interactive Millennium Interactive 1 June 1994 Screenshots exists.[189]
Mr. Magoo Action Millennium Interactive Millennium Interactive 1 February 1994 Based upon UPA's 1960 animated series of the same name.[145] Artwork and screenshots exists.[145]
Mr. Nutz: Hoppin' Mad Platform Neon Studios Ocean Software 10 April 2012 A ROM image compiled from the Mega Drive source code was leaked online in 2012.[190]
Mr. Tuff Platform N/A Sales Curve Interactive 1 January 1995 Also planned for Sega CD and SNES.[40][191] Slated for a January 1995 release.[40]
Mutant League Basketball Sports Electronic Arts Electronic Arts N/A Planned third entry in the Mutant League series.[citation needed]
Mutant Speed Demons Racing New Wave Graphics N/A 15 March 2013 Spin-off in the Mutant League series.[192] A non-working prototype was found.[193] Game design document exists.[192]
MTV Sports: Extreme Sports N/A Viacom New Media 1 July 1994 Only a single screenshot exists.[5]
Ninja Gaiden Beat 'em up Sega Sega 24 December 1992 Also known as Ninja Gaiden IV.[194] Slated for a December 24, 1992 release.[195] Reviewed in video game magazines.[196] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Nitro Wrecks Racing, Vehicular combat Zyrinx Sega 1 September 1995 Slated for a February 1995 release.[197] Screenshots exists.[197] Also planned for 32X as Heavy Machinery.[198]
Nolan Ryan Express Sports N/A Mentrix Software 1 February 1993 Baseball game sponsored by Nolan Ryan. Slated for a February 1993 release.[199]
Nuclear Rush First-person shooter, Vehicular combat Futurescape Productions Sega 20 November 2020 Intended for the unreleased Sega VR peripheral.[167] Interview with Kevin McGrath revealed the game was under development by Futurescape Productions.[200] Preliminary cover art by Marc Ericksen exists.[201] A ROM image was leaked online in 2020.[202]
Omega Fighter Shoot 'em up UPL Co., Ltd N/A 1 September 1989 Conversion of the 1989 arcade game of the same name.[103]
Operation: Aliens N/A N/A THQ 1 August 1993 Based upon the cancelled animated series of the same name.[75]
Oscar Platform Flair Software N/A 30 December 2012 Conversion of the Amiga original.[203] Footage exists.[204]
Outworld 2375 AD Racing N/A N/A 14 September 1995 Intended for the Heartbeat Personal Trainer, a Genesis variation.[205][206] Only a single screenshot exists.[205] Showcased at the 1994 WCES.[206] On September 14, 1995, its trademark was abandoned.[207]
Pac-In-Time Platform Kalisto Entertainment Namco 1 September 1995 Slated for a September 1995 release.[208] Preliminary cover art exists.[citation needed]
Payne Stewart Pro Golf Sports Time Warner Interactive Time Warner Interactive 1 January 1996 Golf game sponsored by Payne Stewart.[209] Slated for a January 1996 release.[208]
Peaky Blinder Platform N/A Sales Curve Interactive 1 January 1994 Screenshots exists.[92][210] Also planned for Game Boy, Game Gear, Sega CD and SNES.[92][210]
Pegasus Racer Racing Ringler Studios Ringler Studios 17 May 1994 Former Ringler Studios programmer Tom Schenck stated he continued the project after a previous programmer.[211]
Penn & Teller's Smoke and Mirrors Party Imagineering Absolute Entertainment 1 September 1994 Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[126] Also planned for Sega CD.[126]
Pinkie Platform Data Design Interactive Tengen 1 November 1994 Conversion of the Amiga original.[212] Screenshots exists.[145] Slated for a November 1994 release.[46]
Pit-Fighter II Fighting Polygames Tengen 1 October 1993 Planned sequel to Pit-Fighter.[213][214] Reported by Electronic Gaming Monthly to be 75% complete.[213] Screenshots exists.[213][214]
Popeye the Sailor Man Platform Technōs Japan American Technos 1 August 1995 Initially slated for a Spring 1994 release.[215] Showcased at the 1994 WCES and E3 1995.[38][216] Screenshots exists.[38][216]
Power Ball AD2001 Sports HiCom Entertainment N/A 1 March 2014 Volleyball game in vein of Power Spikes II's "Hyper League" mode.[3] Reported by Gameworld to be complete.[217] Screenshots exists.[217] Former HiCom member Jason Park stated the game was cancelled due to the quick transition of platforms.[218]
Power Drift Racing Dempa Sega 1 September 1989 Conversion of the 1988 arcade game of the same name.[91] Under development by Dempa.[219]
Power Piggs of the Dark Age Platform Radical Entertainment Titus Software 1 October 1996 Reviewed in Sega Power magazine.[220]
Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow and the Flame Platform Microïds Psygnosis 30 April 2016 Conversion of the MS-DOS original.[220] Reviewed in video game magazine.[220] A ROM image was leaked online in 2016.[221]
Princes Fighter Fighting Samsung Samsung 1 June 1994 Cancelled due to issues with an unnamed Japanese co-developer and disbanding of Sammsung's in-house game development division.[66][222]
Protector Shoot 'em up Bethesda Softworks, Media Technology Bethesda Softworks 1994 Conversion of the Amiga original Datastorm.[223] Cancelled due to market decrease for 16-bit games.[223] Former Bethesda programmer Joergen Bech stated the Genesis version was completed but lost.[223] Released on Atari Jaguar.[223]
Putty Squad Platform Dynamic Interactive Computer Entertainment Ocean Software 7 October 2015 Conversion of the SNES original.[224] A ROM image was leaked online in 2015.[224]
R-Type Leo Shoot 'em up M2 N/A 19 May 2019 M2 CEO Naoki Horii stated that the company wanted to develop a Mega Drive conversion but the plan was rejected by Sega.[225]
Ragnarok Board game Imagitec Design N/A 1 November 1992 Conversion of the Amiga and MS-DOS original King's Table: The Legend of Ragnarok.[226] Screenshots exists.[226] Under development by Imagitec Design.[227] Also planned for Game Gear.[227]
Railroad Tycoon Business simulation game MPS Labs MicroProse 1 March 1992 Showcased at the 1993 WCES.[citation needed] Announced in the March 1992 issue of MegaTech magazine.[228]
Rap Basketball Sports Bonsai Entertainment Motown Records 14 April 2008 Also planned for SNES.[229]
Ratchet and Bolt Action Sega Sega 1 December 1994 Also known as Ratchet & Bolt.[46] Slated for a December 1994 release.[46] Preliminary cover art exists.[citation needed] Also planned for 32X.[38]
Red Belt Fighting Activision N/A 1 September 1989 Showcased at the 1989 SCES.[103]
ResQ Action Krisalis Software, Tempest Software Psygnosis 1 November 1994 Slated for a November 1994 release.[230] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Road Busters Action, Racing Telenet Japan Renovation Products 1 November 1990 Slated for a November 1990 release.[231] Artwork and screenshots exist.[231]
Road Riot 4WD Racing Tengen Tengen 1 May 1993 Conversion of the 1991 arcade game of the same name. Reported by Electronic Gaming Monthly to be 80% complete.[232] Screenshots exists.[232] Showcased at the 1993 WCES.[1] Slated for a May 1993 release.[1]
Road Runner N/A Alexandria Inc. TekMagic 26 November 2008 Former Alexandria Inc. programmer Kevin Seghetti stated the project was never released due to a designer who "could never make up his mind what the game was about".[233]
Road to the Cup Hockey '94 Sports Park Place Productions Electro Brain 17 May 1994 Also planned for SNES.[211][234]
Rocket Rescue Action Hot Shot Entertainments Hot Shot Entertainments 30 October 2010 Screenshots exists.[235]
RPG Densetsu Hepoi Role-playing game N/A Sega N/A Based upon the anime series of the same name sponsored by Sega.[236]
Savage Heroes Beat 'em up Foley Hi-Tech Electronic Arts 14 October 2006 Under development by Foley Hi-Tech.[20] Former Electronic Arts designer Scott Berfield stated the project was cancelled due to being too ambitious and Foley Hi-Tech produced a prototype that did not impress EA managers.[237] Artwork exists.[237]
Scrabble Board game Supervision N/A 1994 Based upon the word game of the same name. A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Scratch Golf Sports SIMS N/A 1 May 1994 Conversion of the Game Gear original.[238]
Search for Ramses II N/A N/A Tengen 1 August 1993 Showcased at the 1993 SCES.[75]
Seirei Senshi Spriggan Shoot 'em up Compile N/A 28 November 2012 Former Compile member Yuichi Toyama stated the game was released on PC Engine instead due to multiple circumstances.[6]
Sennō Gēmu Teki Paki Puzzle Toaplan Visco Corporation 21 April 2016 Conversion of the 1991 arcade game of the same name. Reported by Beep! MegaDrive to be 90% complete.[239] Intended to be published by Visco.[240] Screenshots, promotional flyer and footage exists.[241][242]
Sensible Golf Sports Sensible Software Virgin Interactive Entertainment 1 November 1994 Conversion of the Amiga original.[243] Slated for a November 1994 release.[183]
Shadow of the Beast III Platform Krisalis Software, Reflections Interactive Psygnosis 8 February 2010 Conversion of the Amiga original. Slated for a April 1994 release.[165] Comporser Matt Furniss stated being involved converting music and sound effects.[51]
Shadow of Yserbius Adventure, Role-playing game N/A AT&T 1 July 1994 Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[5] Only a single screenshot exists.[5]
Ship Shoot 'em up Technopop N/A 24 September 2007 Shoot 'em up game in vein of Asteroids.[244] A ROM image was leaked online in 2007.[244]
Skull & Crossbones Beat 'em up Tengen Tengen 1990 Conversion of the 1987 arcade game of the same name. Showcased at the 1990 WCES.[citation needed]
Skulljagger's Revenge N/A N/A American Softworks Corporation 1994 Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[citation needed]
Slam: Shaq vs. the Legends Sports High Score Productions, Tiburon Entertainment Electronic Arts 5 March 2008 Basketball game sponsored by Shaquille O'Neal.[245] A ROM image was leaked online in 2008.[245]
Slicks Racing Codemasters Codemasters 1 February 1994 Working title.[145] Only a single screenshot exists.[145]
Smaartvark Action Codemasters Codemasters 1 September 1994 Slated for a September 1994 release.[183] Also known as Dreyfuss Smaartvark and Arnie the Aardvark.[246][citation needed] Screenshot exists.[246]
Snow White: Happily Ever After Action N/A American Softworks Corporation 23 May 1993 Based upon Filmation's Happily Ever After.[247] Showcased at the 1993 WCES and 1994 SCES.[5][126] Screenshots exists.[5][126]
Soccer Kid Platform Krisalis Software Ocean Software 1 November 1994 Conversion of the Amiga original. Reviewed in Hobby Consolas magazine.[248]
Socks Rocks the House Platform N/A Kaneko 1 April 2012 Also known as Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill on SNES.[249] Former Kaneko member Jeff Hill stated development was stopped six months before Kaneko closed their North American office.[249] Realtime Associates founder David Warhol stated the Genesis version was being developed by another studio.[249]
Solo Flight Amateur flight simulation MicroProse MicroProse 1 February 1992 Conversion of the Atari 8-bit family original. Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[63]
Sonic Crackers Platform Sega N/A 15 July 1996 An engine test for what would become Knuckles' Chaotix.[250] A ROM image was leaked online in 1996.[250]
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Limited Edition Platform Sonic Team Sega 27 February 2008 A single-cartridge version of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles.[251] A ROM image was leaked online in 2008.[252]
Sonic X-treme Platform Sega Technical Institute Sega 29 May 2008 Later moved to Sega Saturn.[253]
Space Race Racing Origin Systems N/A 21 December 2014 Racing game in vein of Road Rash and Super Monaco GP.[62] Proposal document exists.[62]
Speed Racer in The Challenge of Racer X Racing Accolade Accolade 1 September 1994 Conversion of the MS-DOS original.[254] Slated for a September 1994 release.[254] Screenshots exists.[255] Reported by Mean Machines Sega to be 90% complete.[255]
SpellCaster Fighting, Music Sega Technical Institute Sega 27 August 2020 Artwork game design document exists currently under ownership of former STI artist Craig Smith.[256]
Speedway Pro Challenge Racing Telenet Japan Renovation Productions 1 April 1993 Showcased at the 1993 WCES.[1] Only a single screenshot exists.[1]
Spinny & Spike Action, Platform Sega Technical Institute Sega 19 April 2019 Action-platform game in vein of Alien Soldier.[146] Former STI artist Chris Senn stated the project was cancelled prior to programming.[257] Artwork was leaked online in 2019.[17]
Starblade Action Silmarils Color Dreams 1990 Conversion of the Atari ST original. Preliminary cover art and screenshots exists.[9]
Steven Seagal is the Final Option Beat 'em up TecMagik TecMagik 1 May 1994 Also known as Steven Seagal - The Game.[258] Screenshots exists.[258]
Stone Protectors Beat 'em up Eurocom Vic Tokai 2010 Based upon Marty Isenberg's 1993 animated series of the same name.[259] A ROM image was leaked online in 2010.[259]
Super Black Bass Fishing HOT・B N/A 1992 Conversion of the SNES original.[citation needed]
Super Castlevania IV Action, Platform Factor 5 N/A 21 July 2017 Conversion of the SNES original. Factor 5 co-founder Julian Eggebrecht stated the company presented a demo to Konami, who were impressed but chose to keep Mega Drive development in-house and did not pursue porting the game to the system.[136]
Super Off Road: The Baja Racing N/A Williams Entertainment 1 September 1994 Also known as Ivan Stewart's Super Off Road Baja 1000.[126] Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[126] Also planned for Sega CD.[126]
Super Star Wars Run and gun Sega interActive JVC 2 January 2020 Conversion of the SNES original.[260] A ROM image was leaked online in 2020.[260]
Surf Ninjas Action NuFX Sega 1 August 1993 Based upon New Line Cinema's 1993 film of the same name.[261] Released on Game Gear.[261]
Survival Arts Fighting Scarab Sammy 1 February 1996 Conversion of the 1993 arcade game of the same name.[262] Quietly cancelled by Sammy in 1995.[263] Also planned for SNES.[262][263]
Swamp Thing Action Microsmiths Nuvision Entertainment 14 November 2010 Based upon DC Comics' character of the same name.[264] A ROM image was leaked online in 2010.[264]
SWAT Kats N/A Traveller's Tales N/A 9 August 2018 Based upon Christian and Yvon Tremblay's 1993 animated series of the same name.[265] Traveller's Tales co-founder Jon Burton stated the project was cancelled before being completed.[265]
Tank Girl Run and gun N/A Ocean Software 1 July 1995 Based upon United Artists's 1995 film of the same name.[38] Announced at the E3 1995.[38]
Targhan Action Silmarils Color Dreams 1990 Conversion of the Atari ST original. Preliminary cover art and screenshots exists.[9]
Techno Cop: The Final Mission Action RazorSoft RazorSoft 1 November 1992 Planned sequel to Techno Cop.[56] Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[56] Slated for a November 1992 release.[56]
Tecmo Cup Football Game Sports Tecmo Sega 15 December 2009 Reviewed in video game magazines.[266] Former Sega junior product manager Raúl Montón stated the game was cancelled due to internal issues at Sega.[267] A ROM image was leaked online.[267]
TeleGenesis Baseball Sports Sega Sega 1 June 1989 Intended to be compatible with the unreleased TeleGenesis Modem peripheral.[102] Showcased at the 1989 WCES.[102]
Tenkū Retsuden Musashi Action Kaneko Kaneko 1 June 1992 Reworked conversion of the 1988 arcade game Kabuki Z.[28][268] Screenshots exists.[28][268]
The Chaos Engine 2 Run and gun The Bitmap Brothers N/A 14 March 2006 Bitmap Brothers founder Mike Montgomery stated the Mega Drive conversion was cancelled due to the lack of an established publishing deal.[269] A ROM image was leaked online.[269]
The Excellent Dizzy Collection Compilation Interactive Studios Codemasters 1 April 1994 Slated for a April 1994 release.[270]
The Flintstones Platform Foley Hi-Tech Ocean Software, Sony Electronic Publishing 31 December 2019 Based upon Universal Pictures' 1994 film of the same name.[271] Slated for a September 1994 release.[46] Reviewed in MAN!AC magazine.[272] Under development by Foley Hi-Tech.[20] A ROM images was leaked online in 2019.[271]
The Freedom Star Shoot 'em up N/A Jaleco 14 December 2016 Conversion of the 1988 arcade game P-47: The Phantom Fighter.[273][274] Soundtrack was released as part of the SUPER Rom Cassette Disc In JALECO music album by City Connection's Clarice Disk label in 2015.[273][274] Prototype was showcased at a Akihabara-based event in 2016.[275][276]
The Godfather III N/A Delphine Software International U.S. Gold 1 September 1991 Based upon Paramount Pictures' 1990 film of the same name.[277]
The Itchy & Scratchy Game Platform Bits Corporation Acclaim Entertainment 1 April 1995 Reviewed in video game magazines.[142] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
The Lord of the Rings Adventure, Role-playing game Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1992 Based upon J. R. R. Tolkien's 1954 novel of the same name.[175][56] Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[63][56] Slated for a 1992 release.[175]
The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse Platform Capcom Capcom 1 July 1994 Conversion of the SNES original.[278] Showcased at the 1994 WCES and SCES.[5][278] Screenshots exists.[5][278]
The Mask Platform Black Pearl Software THQ 1 August 2007 Based upon New Line Cinema's 1994 film of the same name.[263] Former Black Pearl Software programmer Matt Harmon stated the Genesis version was developed by Black Pearl Software's Chicago division and served as basis for the SNES version.[140]
The New Breed Fighting Accolade Accolade 1 November 1994 Also known as DNAction: The New Breed and Cybernauts: The Next Breed.[184][279] Slated for a November 1994 release.[230] Artwork and screeshots exists.[280][281]
The Shadow Beat 'em up Ocean Software Ocean Software 1 November 1994 Based upon Universal Pictures' 1994 film of the same name.[282] Slated for a November 1994 release.[173] Also planned for SNES.[282][283]
The Sporting News Virtual Soccer Sports Probe Entertainment Hudson Soft 1 August 1995 Showcased at E3 1995.[38] Only a single screenshot exists.[38]
The Third World War Simulation, Strategy Micronet co., Ltd. Bignet USA Inc 1 December 1992 Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[56] Slated for a December 1992 release.[56] Released on Sega CD.
Theme Hospital Business simulation game Bullfrog Productions N/A N/A Conversion of the PC original.[citation needed]
Time Trax Action Malibu Interactive Black Pearl Software 8 July 2013 Based upon PTEN's 1993 television series of the same name.[284] Reviewed in video game magazines.[284] A ROM image was leaked online in 2013.[285]
Total Carnage Shooter Black Pearl Software Malibu Games 25 November 2010 Conversion of the 1992 arcade game of the same name.[286] Also planned for Sega CD.[286] Prototype exists under ownership of video game collector Jason Wilson.[287]
Treasure Tails Action Sega Technical Institute N/A 17 August 2020 Screenshots exists.[288]
Troll Adventures Platform Millennium Interactive American Softworks Corporation 1 July 1994 Also known as World of Trolls.[189] Conversion of the SNES original Super Troll Islands.[126] Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[5] Screenshots exists.[5][189]
Turn and Burn: No-Fly Zone Combat flight simulation Imagineering Absolute Entertainment 1 November 1993 Showcased at the ECTS Autumn 1993.[289] Preliminary cover art and screenshots exists.[289]
Unnecessary Roughness Sports Accolade Accolade 1 December 1993 Conversion of the MS-DOS original. Slated for a December 1993 release.[290]
Ushiwakamaru Saburota Monogatari: 24-Jikan Tatakaemasu Ka? Role-playing game Sega Sega 1 April 1991 Based upon a businessman character portrayed by Saburo Tokito.[291][292] Screenshots exists.[291][292]
Vampire Killer Action RazorSoft RazorSoft 1 September 1992 Showcased at the 1992 WCES.[63][56] Slated for a September 1992 release.[56]
Vette! Racing Spectrum HoloByte Sega 1 February 1991 Coversion of the MS-DOS original.[293] Under development by Spectrum HoloByte.[294] Showcased at the 1990 WCES and SCES.[25][26][294] Screenshots exists.[25][26]
Wacky Racers Racing Eden Entertainment Software Virgin Interactive Entertainment N/A Based upon the 1986 animated series of the same name. A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Walker Shooter DMA Design Psygnosis 26 November 2015 Conversion of the Amiga original.[295] Slated for a Autumn 1994 release.[114][215] Artwork and screenshots exists.[115]
Waterworld Action Data Design Interactive Ocean Software 1 December 1995 Based upon Universal Pictures' 1995 film of the same name.[296] Reviewed in video game magazines.[296] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling Fighting, Sports Beam Software FCI 1 October 1994 Slated for a October 1994 release.[173][297] Also planned for Game Boy.[297]
Wheel of Fortune 2 Quiz game N/A GameTek 1 January 1994 Slated for a January 1994 release.[298]
Whizz Platform Flair Software, Reflections Interactive Psygnosis, Titus Software 1 October 1994 Conversion of the Amiga original. Also known as The Castle Game and Top Hat.[299][300] Reviewed in video game magazine.[220]
WildSnake Puzzle Bullet-Proof Software, Leadfilm Spectrum HoloByte 1 November 1994 Preliminary cover art exists.[301] Also planned for Game Gear.[301] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]
Wimbledon II Sports SIMS Sega 1 September 1993 Planned sequel to Wimbledon Championship Tennis. Preliminary cover art exists.[302] Released on Master System.[302]
Wing Commander Space combat simulation Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 June 1994 Conversion of the MS-DOS original.[303][304] Intended to use a custom ASIC graphics chip on the cartridge.[303][304]
Wing Commander II Space combat simulation N/A Electronic Arts 1 July 1994 Conversion of the MS-DOS original.[5] Initially slated for a March 1994 release.[215] Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[5]
Wolfenstein 3D First-person shooter Imagineer Imagineer 1 September 1994 Showcased at the 1994 SCES.[5] Cancelled due to technical issues.[305]
World Soccer '94 Sports Codemasters Codemasters 1 June 1994 Also known as World League Soccer.[306] Reported by Sega Magazine to be 50% complete.[306] Screenshots exists.[306] Slated for a June 1994 release.[270]
X-Women: The Sinister Virus Action Clockwork Tortoise Sega 14 April 2019 Screenshots and footage exists.[307][308] A non-working prototype exists under ownership of former Sega producer John Pedigo.[309] No other prototypes have surfaced.[310]
Xybots Third-person shooter Tengen Tengen 1 April 1990 Conversion of the 1987 arcade game of the same name.[119] Showcased at the 1990 WCES.[119] Only a single screenshot exists.[119]
Zeewolf Shoot 'em up Binary Asylum Binary Asylum 1 June 1995 Conversion of the Amiga original.[311] Screenshots exists.[312]
Zodiac Shoot 'em up Ubi Soft Ubi Soft 4 November 2019 Shoot 'em up game in vein of Starush.[313] Cancelled due to competition from Thunder Force IV and high cost of cartridge manufacturing.[314] Footage, prototypes and artowrk exists under ownership of co-authors Frederic Houde and Laurent Cluzel.[313][314][315]
Zombie High Action Electronic Arts Electronic Arts 1 February 1993 Slated for a February 1993 release.[199] A ROM image was leaked online.[citation needed]

See also[edit]

  • List of Sega Genesis games
  • Lists of video games

Notes[edit]

  1. This number is always up to date by this script.

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