SEGA bringing 16-bit classics to Steam

SEGA will be bringing some of its SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive classics to a PC near you starting June 1st. SEGA’s first games released will be Golden Axe, Ecco the Dolphin, and Vectorman.

SEGA stated they will cost $2.99 per title. The games will be coming to Steam and “other platforms,” but lets be honest, we all probably use Steam.

SEGA sent out screens for Gain Ground, Altered Beast, Space Harrier, Crack Down, Sonic 3D Blast, and Shadow Dancer; assuming these games will be coming out as well. I did not upload screens of the games because we already know what they look like.

[Source: Joystiq]


4 responses to “SEGA bringing 16-bit classics to Steam

  1. Sega Stylista says:

    Sega stuff just looks cool no matter the time period.

    I'm going to paint my house black with a big SEGA logo on the garage door.

  2. Sharky says:

    @Sega Stylista, I want you to do this and I want pix…

  3. upsidedown fuji says:

    I've seen one of those MegaDrive PCs in Japan before. What a collectable. :

    Good for Steam. I'm sure they'll sell a few copies there.

  4. I wonder if we'll be seeing SEGA on Game Room, this pricing (along with the new iTunes prices) match up with the $3 Game Room price.

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