SEGA Classic Games Console coming to Australia next month

Five Star Games and AtGames have announced that they are bringing the Classic Games Console to Australia in November.

The special 25th Anniversary of Sonic Edition of the Classic Games Console includes 80 built-in Mega Drive titles, including a selection of the best Sonic titles, Mortal Kombat I, II and IIIPhantasy Star and Golden Axe.

The console comes with two wireless Mega Drive controllers and two control ports for anyone who still has some Mega Drive controllers floating around. The console also has a cartridge slot and will play almost any Mega Drive cartridge. Some titles aren’t compatible “due to cartridge conditions or original specification of games and cartridge hardware.”

The Classic Games Console will be available mid-November for $99.95 AUD.


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