Genesis Does What Nintendon’t Font

About Genesis Does What Nintendon’t Font

Genesis Does What Nintendon’t font here refers to the font used in the campaign of Genesis Does What Nintendon’t, launched by Sega Genesis in the early 1990s to push their 16-bit gaming console into the public.

The font used for the slogan in the poster is probably Extension RR Extra Bold originally designed by Les Usherwood for Red Rooster. Extension is a commercial typeface available in various weights and you can view more details about it here.

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Extension RR Typeface in Use

In addition to Genesis Does What Nintendon’t, It seems we can’t find other examples (logos, movie posters, album covers etc.) of Extension RR typeface in use.

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