By selling smaller copies of vintage systems, Sega, Nintendo, as well as Sony have made vintage titles and systems more available to consumers for a huge markup in recent years. Sega’s Mega Drive Mini 2 was unveiled just this week, despite the NES Classic Mini being plagued with availability shortages and gouging, as well as the PlayStation Classic’s simulation failing to please many gamers.
Because of the success of the original Mega Drive Mini, Sega decided to produce a second model. Within a year, the small console had delivered over 1.5 million copies worldwide. Based on where the system was marketed, certain variants of the gadget contained various titles.
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A webcast indicated that the company had a surprise presentation planned for June 3, and it was definitely the Mega Drive Mini 2. Second-generation consoles feature titles from series that were in the previous generation, but they also contain newer titles. Playing Sega Disc titles on the Mega Drive Mini 2 is also possible.
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In addition to a “mystery novel game,” this new small system is expected to entail around 50 titles from the Mega Drive as well as Sega Disc consoles, along with a handful of arcade titles. Several products were unveiled and displayed to audiences as part of the introduction broadcast. The following is a list of available titles.
- Magical Taruruto-Kun
- Popful Mail
- Fantasy Zone
- Mansion of Hidden Souls
- Virtua Racing
- Bonanza Bros.
- Thunder Force 4
- Shining Force CD
- Shining in the Darkness
- Sonic CD
Some enthusiasts may be excited by this list since it has so many rare classics that help compensate for the Mega Drive Mini 2’s “beyond 50” total. There was also a mention of Sonic CD’s American and Japanese soundtracks, which might be a signal that the Mega Drive Mini 2 will be accessible globally, but with separate titles, as was the case with the original Mega Drive Mini.
Nevertheless, if this isn’t the truth, enthusiasts who want to get their hands on this little system may have to look into importing it directly from Japan. As a reward, the gadget includes small cartridges and CDs in the style of the classic integrated Sega CD system. This should expense supporters a total of 9980 yen, or $76.71 USD when converted.