is set to relive some of its past glories once again with another retro console. The company has announced the . While the system has only been confirmed for Japan for now, it seems likely Sega will bring it to other markets as well. If and when it comes to the US, it'll probably be called the Genesis Mini 2.
The Mega Drive Mini 2 will include Sega CD games in its of 50 titles. The full list hasn't been revealed, but it includes , Virtua Racing and Shining Force CD. It also features , which was never released on Mega Drive/Genesis — it was an arcade title that arrived on Master System. It's worth noting the library may be different in other countries.
Sega says all of the games have been faithfully reproduced. You'll be able to save your progress at any point too.
The company will release the Mega Drive Mini 2 in Japan on October 27th. It will cost ¥9,980 (around $75). Sega is also making a cosmetic attachment that looks like an adorably smaller version of the Sega CD accessory. Using an included spacer, you can mount the original Mega Drive Mini, which is slightly larger than its successor, as well. The Sega CD attachment will cost ¥4,500 (roughly $37).
We were big fans of the , which Sega released in 2019. It had a solid selection of games that were adeptly emulated and USB ports that allowed users to plug in alternate controllers. Fingers crossed Sega includes the six-button version of its controller when it inevitably offers the Mega Drive Mini 2 outside of Japan.