Sega has fulfilled the dreams of nostalgic gamers across the globe in its grand unveiling of the Sega Mega Drive Mini at this year's Sega festival.
As a one-time Genesis kid whose nostalgic sweet spot is a Sega Genesis, I feel qualified to say that the Genesis deserves better from its owner.
Officially unveiled at Sega FES 2018 on Friday, the "Mega Drive Mini" - it's a working title - will launch in Japan first according to Polygon, with "the United States and other territories" set to follow later this year.Читайте также: Brokerages Expect Netflix (NFLX) to Announce $0.63 EPS
Third, SEGA announced SEGA Ages for the Nintendo Switch and be available via the Nintendo eShop. Thus far, only three have been announced: Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star and Thunder Force IV.
Lastly, SEGA revealed that a new entry in the Sakura Taisen (known as Sakura Wars in the West) series is in the works.
Hardware company AtGames appear to be handling the manufacturing side of things on the new console, responding to fan queries on social media and noting that the new official version will be "powered by the latest AtGames technology". Unfortunately, the company did not disclose more details, such as price or release date, nor gave clues about the titles that will accompany it; it was only confirmed that its launch aims to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original launch, which took place in October 1988 in Japan.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.