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Saturn-era fighters rated for Xbox 360

Sega is all about the remasters and rereleases these days. German rating board USK has rated several of Sega's classic fighting games for release on Xbox 360.

Virtua Fighter 2, Fighting Vipers, and Sonic the Fighters are the games in question. All three games were originally developed by AM2, with only Sonic the Fighters not seeing a Saturn release. (All three were released in arcades, way back when arcades were a thing.)

None of the games have been formally announced by Sega, but these ratings are a strong indication that they'll be getting an XBLA release, and probably a PSN release as well.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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