Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis
|Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis|
This game has unused music.
This game has a prerelease article
Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis is a port of the original Genesis game to celebrate Sonic's 15th Anniversary. While it looks mostly the same, it also has poorly-remixed music, inferior sound, awful physics, bad collision detection, unstable framerates, and numerous inexcusable glitches. And on top of all that, not only was it released the same day as Sonic '06, it was only released in the US.
On August 30, 2008, a proof-of-concept ROM titled Sonic the Hedgehog GBA was released on Sonic Retro, demonstrating just how badly Sega had dropped the ball with Sonic Genesis. The kicker? It had been made by one person, who then went on to help develop the official 2013 port of the original game, the port of its sequel, and Sonic Mania.
Present in the Juke Box is "BGM 19 UNDERWATER 2", which appears to be unused in-game. It's a slightly shorter and reduced-instrumentation version of the used countdown music (listed as "BGM 18 UNDERWATER 1").