In November 1993, Disney Games and Virgin Games USA co-developed Disney’s Aladdin for the Sega Genesis. The game was a runaway success, garnering raving scores and love from fans of both the Disney property and the Genesis. Disney’s Aladdin is actually the third-highest selling game on the Genesis, beat out only by Sonic the Hedgehog and its sequel. That’s quite the feat, especially for a licensed game.

It should come as no surprise then that, in this day of retro nostalgia in gaming, the Aladdin is enjoying a resurgence of sorts. With its crisp, gorgeous graphics and fluid gameplay, it’s becoming a classic all over again. But one group ...

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