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Sega Reveals Mega Drive Mini 2 for Japan, Will Include CD Games

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Sega is going retro again as it unveiled its old-is-new-again Mega Drive Mini 2. The new mini console is based on the Mega Drive Model 2 which came out back in 1994. The Mini 2 will launch in Japan on October 27 for 9,980 yen (about $75)
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Sega Reveals Mega Drive Mini 2 for Japan, Will Include CD Games

Still no word on whether the Sega Genesis Mini 2 will come to the US.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Tech Radar

Sega reveals new Mega Drive Mini 2; this time with Sega CD games

Releases in Japan on October 27 and will have 50 games

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Gamespot

Sega Mega Drive Mini 2 Announced In Japan, Comes With Over 50 Games

11 have been revealed so far.

2 months ago·United States
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The Verge

Sega is making another mini Mega Drive, now with CD games

Tiny console wars.

2 months ago·United States
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Sega Announces Sega Genesis Mini 2, Includes Sega CD Games

Sega has revealed the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Mini 2, a follow-up to their previous miniature console that was released in 2019.

2 months ago
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Sega Reveals Mega Drive Mini 2, And Here Are The Games Confirmed For It So Far

Sega has revealed its next miniature console, the Mega Drive Mini 2. This news comes by way of Video Games Chronicle, which reports that it will include 50 games from both the Mega Drive and Mega Drive CD, including ports of arcade games and games Sega calls “mysterious new work.” Sega revealed this mini console during a special livestream in Japan today. It included news that the company will release the Mega Drive Mini 2 on Oct. 27 (in Japan) …

2 months ago·United States
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