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Mega Drive Mini from Sega

Introducing The Mega Drive Mini From Sega

Nintendo introduces the Mega Drive Mini. At least fifteen classic Sega games will also come to Nintendo Switch this summer.

The Mega Drive Mini

Nostalgia is catching up on Sega, miniature console trend. It announced that it will release the Mega Drive Mini, at the Sega Fes. This is a miniature version of the Mega Drive. This will happen sometime this 2018. The company also announced that they would be bringing a number of classic games to the Nintendo Switch.

Mega Drive Mini is just a tentative name. It is being released in conjunction with the console’s 30th anniversary, and it will carry a number of classic games. The company has licensed its name to hardware company AtGames, to produce Genesis clones, including the Sega Genesis Flashback.

AtGames announced that the forthcoming Mega Drive Mini will be powered by its hardware.
Sega released the original Mega Drive in Japan on October 29, 1988. And in North America on August 14th, 1989. Ultimately, more than 300 million devices were sold worldwide.

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The company also recently licensed out a selection of its classic games for Android phones and iOS. Switch users may also enjoy playing classic Sega games including Sonic The Hedgehog, Thunder Force 4, and Phantasy Star. These games will be released later this summer.

The Mega Drive Mini will be released first in Japan. No news yet on when Mega Drive Mini will reach Western shores.

This console is anything like the NES and SNES consoles. Thus it comes with built-in games. The full list of the games is yet to be revealed. But it is more likely to have the same line up as the Mega Drive collection for PS4 and Xbox One.

With the upcoming release of the Sega Mega Drive Mini, fans are getting more and more excited each day. Waiting for the new console to be released will hopefully be worth it for avid Sega fans. So stretch your patience a little more. The release of the Sega Mega Drive Mini is almost here and we can then have fun playing with its classic games.

Rumor: Sega’s New Sonic Racing Game Has A New Title

Avid fans of the popular game Sonic Hedgehog have something to cheer about. The game studio announced that a new racing game for its iconic hero will be released soon. But before Sega’s announcement, leaked details about the racing game have surfaced online like the game title Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed.

 

Early on, a tipster and a gamer named Larry claimed that Sega’s racing game would be called as the Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed. He added that Sega’s new racing game would include all Sonic characters.

 

Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed?

 

“It’s me again. I’ve been debating on mentioning this for a while now, but since it appears to be let out of the bag, why not. A new Sonic Kart Racer is in development,” Larry as quoted in a Comicbook report.

 

Larry claims that the racing game is scheduled to release in the first quarter of 2018. He further stated that Sega is inclined to a holiday release. “However, if my emphasis on Sonic wasn’t clear enough – no Sega characters will be joining the fun this time around,” he pointed out.

 

But a recent rumor indicates that the official title of the game is “Super Sonic Racing.” This developed after a GIF posted by Zachary Bragg; a Twitter user made rounds online. The GIF looks like the official title of the game. Gamers claim that Bragg’s GIF actually fits on Sega’s video trailer.

 

Bragg, of course, did not reveal his source. What is certain though is that the GIF showed a letter “R” that is glowing in red.You can actually check Bragg’s posted GIF and compare it to Sega’s trailer to see the similarities.

 

Having said that, if this rumor is true, fans would be surely happy about Sega’s classic Sonic racing game. In fact, in case you don’t know, the racing game came out some time ago for the Sega Saturn. It features a soundtrack called “Super Sonic Racing.”

Although this rumor may sound realistic, Sega won’t release any details until the next round of E3 this year. For the moment, let the game title “Super Sonic Racing” suffice to stir excitement from the avid fans.