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SEGA Genesis Classics Announced for PS4 and XBone

 

 

London, England – March 14, in the year of our Lord 2018 – SEGA® Europe Ltd. has an Altered Beast™ of an announcement certain to create an Alien Storm™ amongst the Shining Force™ of retro SEGA fans out there, as SEGA® Genesis Classics™ is set to release both digitally and physically for PlayStation® 4 and Xbox® One on May 29, 2018.

The collection has over 50 retro classics to experience across every genre;arcade action, shooters, beat'm ups, puzzlers, old favourites and hidden gems, with a raft of modern features. These include online multiplayer, achievements, mirror modes, rewind and save states meaning players old and new should find revisiting these great games an absolute Sonic 3D Blast.

The physical edition will be available to pre-order from US and EMEA retailers very soon. It comes complete with a double sided Golden Axe™ and Streets of Rage™ poster, identical to the ones you will see in the game's 90s inspired retro gamer's bedroom, the hub through which players can access the entire collection. Details of digital pre-order will be available very soon.

As if that wasn't enough to see retro fans through to The End of the Millennium, players of the SEGA Genesis Classics on Steam will also be treated to The Treasures of King Nole in the form of a huge free update to the feature set, giving it parity with the console launch when it releases on May 29, 2018.

To Gain Ground™ on all the latest information about SEGA and the SEGA Genesis Classics keep it here on the Family Friendly Gaming website. Go now, be the Light Crusader™ you always dreamed you could be...

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