True enough, you can now enjoy the old games that were released decades ago for different gaming consoles like the Dreamcast, Genesis/Mega Drive, or the Master System among others. What kind of games will the company release for its fans?
Sega recently announced that it is finally releasing its games on smartphones.
Best of all, it will be free to play, but will come with ads which will show up before you start playing the game.More news: Kate Middleton Heads to the Races in the Perfect Little White Dress
Sonic the Hedgehog is accompanied by Phantasy Star 2, Comix Zone, Kid Chameleon and Altered Beast.
These are all downloadable as individual apps, playable for free (with ads) and offline, using virtual controls or Bluetooth controllers, and with leaderboard support. Lastly, SEGA claims that new retro games will be added to the collection every month, so if the first five games launched through the platform are not your cup of tea, then there might be something to pique your interest in the foreseeable future.
Sega might have lost out on the console wars back in the '90s, but there's no denying that Sega was infinitely more cooler than Nintendo by a long shot. It also shared that these upcoming games will be particularly adapted to fit mobile devices.
"Sega Forever" is out now for iOS and Android devices worldwide. The list of games is relatively short, but will soon include almost every SEGA game ever released from every console era - Master System, Genesis/Mega Drive, Dreamcast, and more.