by David Sanchez on September 3, 2012 @ 9:45 am
A couple of launch windows for upcoming Sega titles have been revealed. The HD remake of NiGHTS into Dreams, which was first confirmed back in July, is expected to hit download platforms sometime this October. Back on the Sega Saturn, NiGHTS was lauded for its refreshing gameplay and wonderful soundtrack, delivering an experience that is often remembered as one of the best on the platform.
Also due out next month is Sonic Adventure 2. The HD remake of the iconic Dreamcast game was unveiled at a Sonic Boom event that took place during San Diego Comic-Con, much to the approval of gamers.
As expected, Jet Set Radio will drop across multiple download shops later this month. It’s great to see some of our favorite Sega titles getting new life on modern platforms. Here’s hoping they all hold up well and deliver that intense nostalgia fans are looking forward to.
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