SEGA News Bits: SEGA Removing Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse From Online Shops

On this SEGA News Bits, George and Barry react to the sudden announcement of the delisting of Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse. Released in 2013, this remake of the classic SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive game received praise from fans and critics, and even was awarded an A- in our own SEGAbits review. We discuss why the game is being pulled, the platforms it can be found on, and share our thoughts on SEGA’s licensed games.

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One response to “SEGA News Bits: SEGA Removing Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse From Online Shops

  1. lenno says:

    Even though I already have this on PSN from a few years ago, I was wanting to re-buy it on XBL (Xbox Live) so it would be backwards compatible on the X1 (Xbox One) as a modern console as I see Sega has decided to give it the backwards compat treatment just a couple a days ago before having to remove it, but I see the option isn’t there as of today to purchase, just a trailer download.
    Though I do see that Game are still selling the 10 Pound/Dollar gift cards that specifically contain the codes to download a digital copy of Castle of Illusion for XBL, any chance they’d still be valid?

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