Sega’s Genesis Mini 2 hits North America on October twenty seventh

Written by Jeff Lampkin

has introduced it is bringing the Genesis Mini 2 to North America on October twenty seventh. The corporate its newest retro console will go on sale in Japan on the identical day (although it is known as the Mega Drive Mini 2 there). 

The system follows the Genesis Mini, which Sega launched in 2019. The newest version has a of greater than 50 video games, together with Sega CD titles. The lineup options the likes of Sonic CD, Virtua Racing, OutRun, Shining Power CD and Fantasy Zone (a Grasp System and arcade sport that was by no means launched on Genesis). Sega is promising a beforehand unreleased sport as nicely. Greater than half of the video games have but to be revealed.

Certainly one of our few complaints with the Genesis Mini in our assessment was that it got here with a three-button controller. If the packaging is something to go by, it appears you will get a six-button controller this time round.

Pre-orders are open now. On the time of writing, the reveals that the console will ship from Japan to the US for $103.80 plus a $22 supply charge. Engadget has requested for clarification on North American pricing. It is unclear whether or not the beauty Sega CD attachment will probably be that can be purchased on this facet of the Pacific.

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Jeff Lampkin

Jeff Lampkin was the first writer to have joined He has since then inculcated very effective writing and reviewing culture at GamePolar which rivals have found impossible to imitate. His approach has been to work on the basics while the whole world was focusing on the superstructures.