Sega 3D Fukkoku Archives 3: Final Stage hits Japan this week, and the latest issue of Famitsu has revealed that fans of the series can unlock bonus games with their existing save data.
If you own Sega 3D Fukkoku Archives then you can unlock 1984's Girl's Garden - famous for marking the debut of Sonic co-creator Yuji Naka. Save data from Sega 3D Fukkoku Archives 2 unlocks Champion Boxing, also from 1984 and another important debut for a Sega employee: Out Run, AfterBurner and Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki.
It's not known if this third instalment of retro games will make it out of Japan; if it does, then the process of unlocking these two games will need to be somewhat different as we've only had one volume of 3D Classics in the west so far - Japan has had two.
At this point I just want them to release them as eShop titles. Especially Power Drift and Puyo Puyo 2 from the previous collection that they botched the release of.
Yeah, I'm just gonna get the triple pack.
The boxer in the red trunks looks an awful lot like Alex Kidd in profile.
The other game looks interesting. There seems to be a lot of things going on for such an old game.
It's a shame this seems to be the end of 3D gaming. I'd love to see some of Sega's mid-90s 32-bit games get the makeover. Like Sega Rally or Daytona USA, for example.
I'm still waiting for Landstalker on my 3DS.. it's practically made for the 3D treatment!
Wow, 1984. 32 years ago and I was born on 1984.
Daytona USA? Playing one of my all-time favourite arcade racers in 3D and on the go? Whoa, count me it, I'd love to see that!
Might as well do a NiGHTS or Panzer Dragoon 3D. A man can dream...
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