Game Gear Micro White Announced – Included with M2’s Aleste Collection

M2 has just announced, via a Famitsu stream, an Aleste Collection of games for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

The collection will include Aleste / Power Strike (Mark III, Master System), Power Strike II (Master System), Aleste GG (Game Gear) and Aleste GG II (Game Gear). Also announced, and exclusive to the upcoming collection, is a white Game Gear Micro which will include the same four games and is set to sell for ¥14,800 ($141) as part of a special bundle which will also include a white Big Window Micro, a 32-page art book, and a staff interview book. The collection is set for a December 24, 2020 release.


5 responses to “Game Gear Micro White Announced – Included with M2’s Aleste Collection

  1. Bertodecosta says:

    Four 8-Bit games are understandable for Game Gear Micro, but for Switch /PS4?

    • megajump says:

      On top of that, they are going to release it at full retail price, ¥6,800 (over US$60!!). Aleste Collection indeed… just for the Aleste collectors.

  2. SkyBlue says:

    You guys complaining about the price should buy the original games at the Current Prices and realise that this is actually fantastic value!!!

    $70 for 4 rare games is a steal!!

    • Jin says:

      My thoughts exactly. One of them costs US$400+ alone

    • aaa says:

      Your argument would make sense if this were a series of reproduction cartridges or something special, like a replica box of the old games or something along these lines, but it isn’t. It’s just 4 roms that take up less than 2% storage space on the Switch game cartridge no matter how much generic “Sega Ages” stuff they add to it to try to inflate the value. If this is allowed to cost 70 bucks because the games are super rare and their 2nd hand market price is really high, then why doesn’t Sega Ages Sonic 1 cost 0.01 USD? I’ll tell you why. Because it’s a ripoff.

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