I don’t know about you but my 3DS and now “NEW 3DS” is essentially some kind of off-brand SEGA player for all of the M2 3D titles. You know what would go real nice with those games…SEGA themes!
Up above is the Dreamcast theme which features authentic sounds and VMU bleeps. The music has been lifted from the Japanese Dream Passport. It is sexy stuff and each theme cost 200 yen and yes the Saturn theme is awesome.
Eurogamer has a new interview up with Yu Suzuki that focuses on his designs for Outrun, Hang On, and F355. It is a good reading about a humble SEGA legend who loved his learning and has a joy for automotives. Check it out: here.
This version of Outrun is simply amazing. Let’s talk about some of the features…3D support, 60 frames per second, new cars, new songs…yup! I bought it the second I could and I am enjoying it immensely.
The M2 interviews on the SEGA Blogs are required reading if you are a SEGA fan. Check those out: here and here. Oh and here and here.
Sacred Line is a text based horror title for the SEGA Genesis. Players take control of a detective named Ellen who is summoned to strange forest outpost. The game features multiple endings.
Sacred Line is homebrew retro remake/demake of a free PC game of the same name.
According the RetroCollect, the games has a “thrilling story” and uses “pre-rendered backdrops of various creepy locations” with “combat scenes similar to that of the much loved Fighting Fantasy books.”
Currently a cartridge copy of the game with a full color manual is US$39 on Magical Game Factory with free international shipping. This edition does not include a case but the paper slips are provided. The game works with any PAL or NTSC Sega Genesis / Mega Drive.