On the Mega Drive side at least, all aftermarket re-releases should now have separate pages from their original releases. So the lists should now be fine. But spare a thought for Disney's Aladdin (iam8bit): This re-release came out in 2020. It had a very brief mention on these boards, but was overshadowed by the more interesting(?) PS4/Xbox One/Switch Aladdin/Lion King collection. Typically when you re-release a game, the idea is to pick something that's rare. People charge $1000+ for the original Panorama Cotton, so if you actually want to play it on real hardware, the reprint is an option. Granted, not a very good option, since it still commands three-figure sums on ebay, but whatever, it's your money. Aladdin is very common. There's always hundreds of carts on ebay because it's a seminal Mega Drive game that sold millions (I have a copy, do you??). So while yes, you could spend $100 on a brand new cartridge... you could pay a tenth of that for the original. That might not always be the case, but well... it's the case now. As far as I can tell, the reprint doesn't add any special content - you don't get that prototype chucked in for free like you would on the newer consoles, it's just the 1993 game in new clothes. Except it probably removes some of the company logos, so you don't get to see Iago get shot.