The SEGA 3D Classics Collection coming to Europe November 4th

The SEGA 3D Classics Collection is finally coming to Europe! From November 4th, 2016, gamers will be able to get their hands on the entire compilation of completely remastered classic SEGA games in 3D for Nintendo 3DS. To get the lowdown from SEGA Central’s very own Daniel Sheridan, tune into the exclusive live-stream today at 4.30pm right here:

 

There are nine classic games in total from the SEGA Mega Drive, GigaDrive and Master System back catalogues including Sonic The Hedgehog, Thunder Blade, Galaxy Force II and Altered Beast, which have all been the given the acclaimed 3D treatment.

 

That’s not all, included in the nine game package are two games making their European 3DS debuts in Maze Walker and Power Drift. Additionally, Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa, an extension to the awesome Fantasy Zone II is included.

 

All wrapped in a beautifully designed package, courtesy of Pokémon Art Director, Ken Sugimari, SEGA 3D Classics Collection will launch in Europe on November 4th.

 

For more information about SEGA and their titles, log on to www.sega.co.uk

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1 thought on “The SEGA 3D Classics Collection coming to Europe November 4th

    musicmaniac1965

    (August 26, 2016 - 7:19 pm)

    Glad they finaly are going to release this in Europe. Can’t wait to play Power Drift on the 3DS, as i loved the Sega Saturn version, even tough the frame rate ran half the rate of the arcade, and the resolution was a bit lower. It still is a good port, but the 3DS version will be even better 🙂

    Now if only they would also release the first 3D classics compilation that got released in Japan, where OutRun was on, even tough i have most of the games as a single download, i would love to have a physical copy!

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