3D Fantasy Zone II W News
In exciting news, 3D Out Run, 3D Thunder Blade, 3D Fantasy Zone and its sequel have now been made available on the Australian 3DS eShop for $6.50 each. Out Run and the original Fantasy Zone were originally expected to launch alongside the wider PAL releases earlier thi
StreetPass DLC, Smash Bros. DLC, DK 64, 3D Fantasy Zone II and much more
It's that time again, North American gamers, for the Nintendo Download Update to bring more treats to Wii U and 3DS. This week we have some Rare action on the Wii U, Smash Bros. DLC, StreetPass extras, another Sega classic and much more besides. Let's get to the details...
More SEGA 3D Classics are on the way
After a short delay, it appears SEGA’s most recent 3D Classics – 3D Out Run and 3D Fantasy Zone – have now been rated by the Australian Classification Board. The arcade helicopter shooter, 3D Thunder Blade and the sequel to Fantasy Zone,
Five on the way in 2015
In 2013 SEGA began to release its 3D Classics range in the West, and we enjoyed a mix of Mega Drive / Genesis and Arcade re-releases such as 3D Super Hang-On and 3D Streets of Rage. A second wave of these games, primarily arcade classics, hit Japan; unfortunately the prospect of Western releases seemed distant with each...
The best port of a port of a remake of a Master System game ever?
Before we start talking about Fantasy Zone II Double, a little history lesson is in order: yay back in 1987 Sega released Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa on the Master System. This was an all-new home exclusive sequel to the previous year’s arcade hit
Another Sega 3D Classic inbound
We may not have been blessed with 3D Fantasy Zone here in the west yet, but lucky Japanese players will be able to get their hands on the sequel when it launches on the 3DS eShop next week. 3D Fantasy Zone II will be released on July 16th for 762 yen, including tax. The package includes the arcade version, the Master...