SEGA has revealed the following 11 games that will be coming to its new Mega Drive Mini 2 console, also known as the Sega Genesis Mini 2. While most are Mega Drive titles, there are also three Mega CD titles.
Early this month, SEGA announced the arrival of a new mini-sized console at the end of October 2022, the Mega Drive Mini 2, which will directly follow the first-generation Mega Drive Mini. The Japanese manufacturer had the arrival about fifty titles from the Mega Drive catalog and the Mega CD, including Sonic CD or even Fantazy Zone, but not all titles were revealed.
In reality, the manufacturer had only lifted the veil on 11 games and SEGA has now just unveiled 11 new titles, including from the Mega Drive and Mega CD catalogs, bringing the total of known games to 22 titles† Everything will be available as soon as the console launches.
What games are available on the Mega Drive Mini 2?
Earlier this month, SEGA announced that the new console in mini format would include the following 11 titles:
- Silpheed (Mega CD)
- Shining Force (Mega CD)
- Sonic CD (Mega CD)
- Mansion of Hidden Souls (Mega CD)
- Potful Mail (Mega CD)
- Virtua Racing (Mega CD)
- Bonanzo Bros (Mega Drive)
- Shining in the Darkness (Mega Drive)
- Thunder Force IV (Mega Drive)
- Magical Taruruto (Mega Drive)
- Fantasy Zone (new Mega Drive port)
Here’s the list of the 11 new games SEGA just announced:
- After Burner II (Mega Drive)
- Columns III (Mega Drive)
- Mega Panel (Mega Disc)
- Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (Mega Drive)
- Night Striker (Mega CD)
- The Ninja Warriors (MegaCD)
- Out Run (Mega Drive)
- Puzzle & Action: Ichidant-R (Mega Drive)
- Splatter House 2 (Mega Drive)
- Star Mobile (Mega Drive)
- Starblade (Mega CD)
In addition to revealing 11 new games that will be integrated into the console, SEGA has announced the release of a Cyber Stick controller specifically for the Mega Drive Mini 2. The new USB Cyber stick may be useful for console games such as After Burner 2, but Sega has not disclosed its price, or if it will ever be available outside of Japan. It seems that the controller is on offer for 19,800 yen (139 euros)which is much more than the Mega Drive Mini 2, which, as we remember, will be launched on the market at a price of 9,980 Y, or about 71 euros.
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