SEGA Forever Bringing Classics to Mobile Devices

SEGA has announced plans to start bringing classic games from all generations of SEGA consoles to mobile devices for free. The collection will be called SEGA Forever and will bring two decades of console games to phones and tablets. All games will be free-to-play, ad-supported and playable offline. Cloud saves and leaderboards will also be included. Each game can also be purchased for $1.99 to remove ads.

The first set of games will begin releasing tomorrow, with five games from the Mega Drive and Genesis systems. The games are listed below:

  • Sonic The Hedgehog, the 1991 household classic that has remained at the forefront of hearts and minds since inception.
  • Phantasy Star II, the longtime fan-favorite RPG from 1989.
  • Comix Zone and Kid Chameleon, two American titles developed by SEGA’s in-house studio STI.
  • Altered Beast, the original Genesis pack-in title, a beat-em-up set in Ancient Greece that represents a weird and wonderful segment of the SEGA catalogue that is ripe for rediscovery.

Check out the trailer for SEGA Forever below:

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