SEGA 3D Reprint Archives officially announced, with boxart by Ken Sugimori

SEGA3DClassicsBoxArt

The retail release of the SEGA 3D Classics Line we reported on the other day has now been officially announced by Famitsu!

The details are the same as the rumour from beforehand; the collection contains 3D Space Harrier, 3D Fantasy Zone, 3D Outrun, 3D Streets of Rage, 3D Shinobi 2,and 3D Ecco the Dolphin. Also included are two bonus titles, Space Harrier 3D and Outrun 3D, two Master System games that originally made use of the SEGA Master System’s 3D Glasses peripheral.

As if that wasn’t cool enough, the boxart has been released – and it features artwork by legendary Pokemon artist Ken Sugimori! This is a surprise on one hand, but on the other hand Ken is quite a bit of SEGA fan, what with having an amazing Dreamcast case for his 3DS, and his Twitter handle being @Super_32X, the Japanese name of the SEGA 32X, amongst other things. Anywho; Space Harrier’s never looked quite so good!

Overall, this looks to be an excellent package, and one that, unlikely as it is, I’m personally hoping makes it to the West.

The archives page on the official SEGA Japan site can be found here.

Ad:

3 responses to “SEGA 3D Reprint Archives officially announced, with boxart by Ken Sugimori

  1. SkyBlue says:

    And who ever said rivals can’t love another one’s work? 😛 (I know Game Freak aren’t owned by Nintendo, but still)

  2. Slangster says:

    I bought all the Sega 3D classics I could get in the west…I will gladly buy them again with this compilation!
    This and the new 3DS is a match made in (gaming-) heaven:-)
    Dear Sega, this MUST make it to the West!

  3. khadafi2999 says:

    please bring it to the US, i’m begging you. i want this game on a physical retail!! please…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.