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Sega 3D Classics Collection Announced For Retail Release In Japan

Sega has announced its plans to group several of its 3D Classics into one package for a retail release. The upcoming collection includes the 3D renditions of Space Harrier, Fantasy Zone, Outrun, Streets of Rage, Shinobi 2, Ecco the Dolphin, Space Harrier and Out Run. Priced at 3,980 yen, it will launch in Japan on December 18th for Nintendo 3DS. There’s currently no word on whether the compilation will hit the West.

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  1. Also this collection ought to be even better with the new 3ds xl. No more blurring of the 3d. Man I wish it was out this year and not next.

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    1. Well, apparently the new 3ds is coming to Australia this year, right around when Pokemon and Persona Q come out (late November). I really doubt Australia is going to get it before Europe/ the Americas (that would be a first).

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  2. I really wish SEGA could/would take the risk and modernize some of their franchises. I know they tried at least once or twice, but that horrible Golden Axe game shouldn’t really deter them so much. How much risk would another Virtual Cop, Dynamite Cop, Streets of Rage really be? They don’t necessarily have to be 3D, I’m pretty sure if they did another Streets of Rage with an awesome hand drawn graphics type engine, it would be wildly accepted.

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  3. Japan huh, I wonder if it’s going to be Japan only again, they always get the physical copies of every thing, games like resident evil the umbrella chronicles HD, among many other titles just come to the west as a download version, Japan always get physical versions of all of them U.U
    I’m not even interested in this SEGA collection but it does come to my attention that they are getting something we only get as a download game, it saddens me a bit =\

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      1. Except they did nothing wrong in this, there will always be better offerings after 1 year atleast…

        Nothing that can be said about Electron or Ubisian garbage…

        However I’m not too fond about how our own empire never lowers the prices on their own games after 1 year…

        2 years in and they still cost the same in official game stores, that’s wrong…

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      2. They are being forced to as we speak, the evidence are all around them about High Command’s arrogance…

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  4. Sega and Nintendo together, making great gaming. Wonder how my Sega fans feel now that we are a United front against upstart haters called Xbox division.

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