Sega is the most popular game console company in the past. Today, Sega announced the Mega Drive Mini 2, even though this console is only available in Japan, for now, it seems likely the company will roll it out to more countries soon. When it comes to the US market, the console will be called the Genesis Mini 2.
The Mega Drive Mini 2 will include Sega CD games with up to 50 titles right now. Unfortunately, the full game titles haven’t been announced, but as we can see, some titles from leakers include Sonic the Hedgehog CD, Fantasy Zone, Virtua Racing, and Shining Force CD. The games library may vary in other countries.
Sega will release the Mega Drive Mini 2 in Japan on October 27th. It will cost ¥9,980 (around $75). The company also made a cosmetic attachment that looks like an adorably smaller version of the Sega CD accessory. The company sells the Sega CD attachment will cost ¥4,500 (roughly $37).
Meanwhile, there are big fans of Genesis Mini, which Sega released in 2019. This game adeptly emulated USB ports that allowed users to plug in alternate controllers. Sega will offer the six-button version of its controller when it inevitably offers the Mega Drive Mini 2 outside Japan.