No doubt buoyed by the success of Nintendo’s own NES Classic and SNES Classic, Sega used its FES event to announce the Mega Drive Mini, a modern take on its classic 16-bit Mega Drive console (named Genesis in the US) first released in Japan in 1988 and synonymous with the original series of Sonic the Hedgehog games. But this just one of a series of recent announcements set to capitalize on Sega’s back catalog. Let’s take a look at Sega’s retro plans…..
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