SEGA News Bits: SEGA 3D Classics Collection reaction and games discussion

Yesterday, SEGA of America announced a new physical release for the Nintendo 3DS: SEGA 3D Classics Collection. The compilation, due out April 26th for $29.99/CA$44.99, features seven 3D Classics, including two new titles for the West as well as an additional two bonus Master System games. Listen to our reaction to this announcement as we discuss whether this is worth your money as well as our thoughts on the included games.

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10 responses to “SEGA News Bits: SEGA 3D Classics Collection reaction and games discussion

  1. matty says:

    Puyo Pop Fever was also released on the DS. I think it was even Atlus that published it in the U.S., too.

    Yes, the bear is adorable. Little babby bear~♪

  2. Dale says:

    It’s awesome and I only hope they follow up with vol2 (Japan’s vol 1) and vol 3

  3. keeppassingcars says:

    Great news for the Americas, but is it heading to Europe? I hope so.

  4. Shinobi100 says:

    Excellent preview. When SEGA downsized in the States a little while back, I was seriously freaked that they were giving on 3DS physical releases. But with this and Mario & Sonic at the Olympics already scheduled for Q1 releases, this might be SEGA’s best year on 3DS yet.

  5. SkyBlue says:

    Is it me or did you show footage of Fantasy Zone 1 when talking about 2?

    Sorry if it is nitpicking, but there is footage of the second game.

  6. Shinobi100 says:

    Someone give me an honest rating of Maze Walker. Limited spoilers. Just say for example, “music 8/10, too hard, decent level design.” I consider “too hard” a good quality of a game. Some all-time favorite games are a chore to get to 2nd level. ‘Spider-Man/X-Men: Arcade’s Revenge’ is one. Few games put you inside the comics like that one does (none do it better than Maximum Carnage). How hard is it? Each character has 2 basic levels. I’ve played Cyclops’ 1st level probably over 100 times. Mine carts with electrified tracks. Falling spikes. Giants gaps. Enemies resistant to optic blasts. Never beat it. But always fun

    • Segatronic says:

      Maze Walker is actually called Maze Hunter 3-D in the US. This was designed to be played in 3D with the Sega Master 3D glasses. It’s a very slow and boring game but I’m excited to see 3DS releases of Sega Master 3D games. It would be nice to have Zaxxon 3-D.

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