A classic Sega game just got a major sequel that was executive-produced by Macauley Culkin, and it's shockingly great
- "ToeJam & Earl" is a cult-classic franchise that started life in the early '90s on the Sega Genesis.
- Though the game has had several sequels, none were as well-received as the original game.
- With the help of Kickstarter, the original game's creator just released a brand new "ToeJam & Earl" game. And it's really good!
Nearly 30 years ago, the original "ToeJam & Earl" arrived on the Sega Genesis. It wasn't a huge hit. Instead, "ToeJam & Earl" became a cult-classic.
There's a good reason for that: It's a game with a distinct sense of style, that played like nothing else at the time and very little since. But outside of that first game from 1991, the series has more or less languished across the past few decades.
Until now: 2019's "ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!" beyond delivers on the subtitle. "Back in the Groove" is every bit as charming and stylish as the original game, but now it's got all the conveniences that modern game design and game hardware brings.
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