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SEGA Decal Sheet to Come With First Print Copies of SEGA 3D Classics Collection

Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

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All pre-orders and first print editions of the upcoming SEGA 3D Classics Collection on 3DS will come with a free SEGA consoles decal sheet.

Got some spare faceplates that you no longer use for your New 3DS? Well why not sticker them up and make them well SEGAry mate! Stick em on your notebooks and sketchpads! Or you can do what I do and never use them, safeguarding their resale value!

You can see the decal sheet in the image below:

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SEGA 3D Classics Collection launches in the Americas on the 26th of April. There is still no announcement regarding a European release which SUCKS

[Source: Nintendo Everything]

SEGA 3D Classics Collection Announced for 3DS

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

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In a rather surprising turn of events, SEGA have committed to bringing the 3DS compilation title SEGA 3D Reprint Archives 2 to the West under the new name of SEGA 3D Classics Collection.

The collection bundles together the previously released M2 versions of 3D Sonic The Hedgehog, 3D Galaxy Force II, 3D Thunderblade, 3D Altered Beast, 3D Fantasy Zone II but with 2 exclusive ports of 3D Power Drift and 3D Puyo Puyo 2. Also included are two 3D Master System titles; Maze Walker and Fantasy Zone II.

Also confirmed are new SEGA 3DS themes. While no specifics are currently available outside a “coming soon” release date, we can assume that the Dreamcast console theme could well be one of them as SEGA have previously teased the release of that theme.

SEGA 3D Classics Collection launches on the 26th of April in America, exclusively for 3DS. There is currently no word on a European release.

SEGA 3D Reprint Archives 2 Announced for Japan, Features 3D Power Drift, Puyo Puyo 2

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

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SEGA Japan have revealed a new physical collection of SEGA 3D remasters for 3DS called SEGA 3D Reprint Archives 2.

The new collection rounds up 3D Sonic the Hedgehog, 3D Galaxy Force II, 3D Thunder Blade, 3D Altered Beast and 3D Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa while also adding new ports of 3D Power Drift and 3D Puyo Puyo 2. The cover artwork was also drawn once again by Ken Sugimori of Pokemon fame.

SEGA 3D Reprint Archives 2 will be a Japan-only 3DS release. There is currently no word on a release date.

[Source: Segalization]

Western Releases of SEGA 3D eShop Titles Looking Likely

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Up and until now, SEGA’s 3D re-releases of classic SEGA titles for the 3DS eShop have been exclusive to Japan, but by the looks of things two of these titles look to be coming West.

The Australian Classification Board has entries for both 3D Sonic the Hedgehog and 3D Altered Beast. While Australia obviously isn’t the West, games that are generally released in this region get a release in the West as well.

No official word on these titles or any release dates have been revealed at this time.

[Source: RadioSEGA]

Sonic 1 Being Re-Released in SEGA’s 3D Classic Range for 3DS

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

News has broken that SEGA will re-release Sonic the Hedgehog on the 3DS eShop with added 3D support to show depth in the backgrounds. This news follows the release of 3D Space Harrier and 3D Super Hang-On, all of which are still Japan exclusive.

The re-release will launch on May 15th to mark the 25th anniversary of the Mega Drive in Japan and it will be priced 600 yen. Additional features include the already mentioned 3D effect, all the bug fixes and added details from the later revisions of Sonic 1 (rippling water, scrolling clouds), the addition of the spin attack, a classic view mode which simulates a CRT monitor and an option to choose a Mega Drive model 1 or 2 sound balance.

This re-release is unrelated to Christian Whitehead and Stealth’s port of Sonic the Hedgehog which runs using Whitehead’s custom Retro Engine and supports a widescreen display.

Take a look at some screenshots below:

No word on whether this version will make it to the West at this time.

[Source: Sonic Retro and Siliconera]

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