To commemorate the console's upcoming 30th anniversary, Sega took the opportunity to unveil its own miniature "classic edition" version of the legendary 16-bit Genesis (or, as it was called in the rest of the world, the Mega Drive).
Today, during a livestream from SegaFes in Akihabara, Tokyo, Sega showcased a short teaser trailer for the newly-announced Mega Drive Mini. Fans of the Switch don't need to worry, as SEGA chose to change that.
More than fifteen classic SEGA titles, developed by M2, are going to be released through the Nintendo eShop starting this year. With games like Sonic the Hedgehog, Mortal Kombat, and Golden Axe in its extensive library, the Genesis became one of the most beloved consoles of all time. Sega Ages will be a collection of classic SEGA games that can be individually purchased, instead of the boxed collection coming to other platforms. The reassurance from Mullen that we'll see some "eclectic arcade titles" is nice, too, promising that even die-hard Sega fans might find some brand new old games to mix with their favorites.