Including Two 3D Master System Games - SEGA fans in the mid-80s were already playing in 3D thanks to the Master System's 3-D Glasses peripheral. Today, you can play Maze Walker (aka Maze Hunter ) and the original Master System version of Fantasy Zone II , no glasses required!
Not just portedâ€”remade in 3D! - Developer M2 painstakingly recreated the originals by breaking down the original game code and doing a major renovation to take full advantage of the Nintendo 3DS systemâ€™s power
With over a half million units in combined sales worldwide, SEGAâ€™s digital series, 3D Classics, brings gamers back to the glory days of the beloved SEGA hardware systems. Popular titles from the Master System, Genesis, Mega Drive, and Giga Drive arrive on the Nintendo 3DSâ€”remastered with full stereoscopic 3D. The best part? FOUR of the NINE classics are available on 3DS for the first time! Making its first appearance on retail shelves, this compilation package takes the series' fantastic offerings and packs them with additional exclusive content for an unbeatable value!
When I was a kid, I was the only kid in the neighborhood to get a Sega Master System and Genesis. Everyone else had the NES and then eventually, the SNES. I would have never, in a millions years, would have thought I'd see Sega games on a Nintendo platform. But I'm glad they are. This is a collection of some of the best Sega games of their past. Playing Thunderblade and Power Drift in 3D makes me clamor for a VR version of this collection. I bought it digitally, but might as well have it physically for just in case. Such a valued purchase. Get it while cheap and available.