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New Vertical Screen Astro City Mini V Revealed With a Large Focus on Shoot-Em-Up Games

Friday, December 17th, 2021

A new version of the Astro City Mini has been revealed by SEGA Japan’s SEGA Toys division. Called the Astro City Mini V, this new version of the mini console features a vertically-orientated screen made for games that play in TATE mode. As a result, the system’s games library is specifically focused on TATE games, with a large amount being vertically-scrolling shoot-em-ups. Check out the reveal trailer below:

The Astro City Mini V will launch in Japan in 2022. There is no firm release date available at the time of writing. See below for a full list of included software:

– Zaxxon
– Action Fighter
– Wrestle War
– Desert Breaker
– Raiden
– Batsugun
– Dogyuun
– V-V
– Same!x3
– Out Zone
– Tatsujin
– Tatsujin-ou
– Shippu Mahou Daisakusen
– Armed Police Batrider
– Battle Bakraid
– Sengoku Ace
– Strikers 1945
– Gunbird
– Moon Cresta
– Terra Cresta
– Cosmo Police Galivan
– Sonic Wings

[Source: GSK on Twitter]

Mega Drive Mini Delayed to 2019 – AtGames Are Off the Project

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

SEGA’s Mega Drive mini console has been delayed to 2019 in an attempt to improve the system and aim for a worldwide launch.

The system was previously being developed by AtGames who have a notorious reputation for developing clone systems that don’t perform well or emulate sound accurately. SEGA is now working with a domestic Japanese software developer but the developer has not been named at this time. The statement from SEGA Japan says the developer has “a proven track record”. Could it be M2, the developers of the SEGA Ages ports?

SEGA’s Mega Drive and Genesis mini consoles will launch together worldwide in 2019.

[Source: Polygon]

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