Sega Mega Drive Mini REVEALED

Apr 15, 2018, 01:03
Sega Mega Drive Mini REVEALED

In the wee small hours of this morning during Sega Fes 2018, the publisher announced its return to the console space, with the House of Sonic set to once again go toe-to-toe with Nintendo, at least in terms of pint-sized consoles.

Those who have enjoyed the SEGA Ages releases over the years either on PS2 or the most recent 3DS entries, they certainly know that M2 never ceases to disappoint.

Sega is getting in on the nostalgic, miniature console trend.

That being said, as mentioned above, they did say that the tech used on the Mega Drive Mini is "new and improved", which means that users should probably expect a better experience compared to the Sega Genesis Flashback console.

Sega released the original Mega Drive in Japan on 29 October 1988, and in North America the following August - where it was christened the "Genesis" of course - ultimately selling more than 30 million units across the world.

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Third, SEGA announced SEGA Ages for the Nintendo Switch and be available via the Nintendo eShop.

Sega Ages is not a new series.

We don't know how much it will cost, which countries it will be sold in, or which games will be included, but on that last point Sega seems to be taking suggestions from gamers.

Most of the announcements were somewhat predictable (in the previous article I accurately predicted two announcements and was somewhat close to another), but the real surprise is that we got anything at all. The company has dabbled with retro hardware before: it has licensed its name to hardware company AtGames (which has also done retro Atari consoles) to produce Genesis clones, including the Sega Genesis Flashback that Polygon wasn't a huge fan of.