30 of the 40 games for the Sega Genesis Mini have been announced. It looks like Sega is working really hard to making this retro console the best it can be. With games like Wily Wars (Mega Man 1, 2 & 3), Streets of Rage 2 and Earth Worm Jim, I’m already looking forward to the September 19, 2019 launch date. Not since the Dreamcast 9/9/1999 launch – two decades ago – have I been excited about a Sega system launch. Although, with 10 game announcements to go, Sega has a tough decision to make. What to do about Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker?
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There’s only one reason why I bought a Dreamcast, that was because I heard Crazy Taxi was slated for the Dreamcast. Sure enough, Sega followed through. Now, for the mere price of $50, Dreamcast owners can have a near pixel perfect translation of the $6,500 masterpiece.
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In a bigger fight than Street Fighter II vs. Mortal Kombat, there’s been the mascot war of Nintendo vs. Sega – Mario vs. Sonic. For those of you that have experienced what Mario has done for the Nintendo 64, it should be no surprise to see Sonic making a release date debut for the Dreamcast.
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Terrorists have kidnapped the President’s daughter (again) and it’s up to you to save her (again). For those of you who remember Die Hard Arcade, then you’ll be sure to recognize Dynamite Cop. Kick, Punch and Shoot your way through hostile territory.
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