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SEGA Mega Drive Classics Hub Revealed for Steam

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SEGA Europe has revealed a new collection of Mega Drive titles for Steam. The new collection is called SEGA Mega Drive Classics Hub and the main addition is that it wraps the games in a lovely nineties bedroom aesthetic that you can also customise. Additional games will be able to purchase in-game and any existing SEGA Mega Drive Classics you already own will be automatically added to the hub.

SEGA Mega Drive Hub includes the following features:

– Steam Workshop support that allows you to customise games and share them with other users
– Spot on emulation
– Local co-op on supported games
– Optional graphical filters
– Save at any point
– Full controller and keyboard support

Games that will be available for the hub include Dynamite Headdy, Alien Soldier, the Sonic series, the Golden Axe series, the Phantasy Star series and many more that are detailed on the official website.

You can check out the launch trailer and game announcement on SEGA Central below:

The game launches on April 28th for Steam.

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One Response to “SEGA Mega Drive Classics Hub Revealed for Steam”

  1. Great news and this is the exact reason why SEGA is better than Nintendo. because SEGA understands these free games and hacks, and mods only create more fans for their characters. Its free promotion for them. Nintendo on the other hand likes to ban it’s fans and their creative videos and games.

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