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Author: pickhut
Posted: October 09, 2012 (09:31 AM)
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It's nice that Sega is sensibly releasing a bunch of their oldschool titles through digital services. Hopefully a disc release compilation will come once enough of these are released, avoiding the repeat of the abysmal four-game Dreamcast collection. I was checking Xbox Live Arcade the other day, and I couldn't keep up with the number of classic titles Sega has put up lately. xD

I head spaceshit noises.

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Author: Roto13 (Mod)
Posted: October 09, 2012 (11:01 AM)
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Yeah, I started this comment by listing all of the Sega rereleases and remasters I could think of from the past few years but it was so long that I deleted it! Hopefully these fighting games get the Sonic CD treatment and not the Jet Set Radio stuttering treatment.


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