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I have the Asian megadrive version of this game and this was the only game with 2 stickers bonus at that time.
Am too facing the same problem, hope someone will help me thanks and regards. [/color][/size]

There is already a payable demo in Japan.
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: Sega Ages Virtua Racing announced for Switch
« Last post by parallaxscroll on September 22, 2018, 02:12:07 am »

official website went up:

General Gaming Discussion / Sega Ages Virtua Racing announced for Switch
« Last post by parallaxscroll on September 22, 2018, 01:54:24 am »

And yes, it's based on the arcade version.
Everything Else / What will happen to Sega Europe?
« Last post by Mystic Monkey on September 20, 2018, 09:41:35 pm »
As a Brit, I don't want to bum this forum out with depressing political stuff like Brexit and Article 13. But I can't help but wonder what will happen to Sega Europe in the future?
If UK will no longer be part of EU, will they rename themselves to "Sega UK"? That be kinda cool. Or will they have to move south a few countries in order to continue their business in Europe? (If they do, I hope they at least leave a UK division behind.)
With how screwy my country is I wouldn't really call myself all that "patriotic" but it brings me some pride that Sega lay down some roots here. I just want to know if they'll be uprooting or not.
General Gaming Discussion / Re: Streets of Rage 4
« Last post by Mystic Monkey on September 20, 2018, 09:33:50 pm »
Tbh they would have to leave behind most of their legacy of this were the case. Most actually hope SEGA revives more than just this. The 2 I wished for most were this and wonderboy so they sorta answered my calls, but they still have phantasy star v left for me.
Modernising a classic-era game is possible if done right.
When I first played the original Streets of Rage to me the theme they were going for is late-80s action movies which were popular at the time. To me this was the audience they were trying to appeal too.

They could of made it a standard beat 'em up game we have today with high-poly models and graphics, but still set in the late-80s world of Streets of Rage and give the game camera an aged VCR appearance.The House of the Dead: Overkill is a good example of a game made fairly recently that use camera filters to compliment the theme and era the game is set in.When I see Streets of Rage 4 trailer and gameplay it just feel it somewhat pandering to a degree. To the fans by giving them pure nostalgia of the series to the point there's hardly any room for anything new and to anime fans which I don't believe the original Streets of Rage games were trying to go for at the time.They could of at least try to make it look as quality as 90s anime which were just as popular as the movies SoR were based on.

What I'm saying is, they could of made Streets of Rage 4 a modern beat 'em up game while still being recognised as Streets of Rage without going too off-the-norm, that's all.
General Gaming Discussion / Re: SEGA AGES for Nintendo Switch
« Last post by Berto on September 19, 2018, 08:31:13 pm »
I wonder why they wont make taxman's sonic 1 and 2 the official games to rerelease. Also btw will these games come out in a retail package or standalone?

May be they are giving Taxman's other project so he's kinda busy at the moment?
They're standalone for now, digital only.

Also these two now are available in Japanese eShop.
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