Sega is quite happy to re-release its retro library of games on each and every system. If you're like us, you've probably played the original Sonic the Hedgehog on a dozen different devices over the years.
In a recent interview with GamesIndustry.biz at E3 2019, Sega Europe's John Clark defended the company's decision to churn out these classic titles time and time again, explaining how it would "never" overwhelm its audience with retro content and would continue to make it as accessible as possible. Here's exactly what the executive vice president of publishing had to say:
"When do you ever stop reaching the audience? There's always an audience there on one format or another. We've got great content and we're never going to saturate the audience for all of that retro content, so I think we're going to continue to bring it out as broad and wide as possible."
Sega – with the help of M2 – is currently working on the AGES line for the Switch eShop. Apart from this, it's also releasing the Genesis / Mega Drive Mini this September after AtGames' original device failed to live up to expectations.
How many times have you bought the same Sega game before? What games from the company's retro library would you like to see re-released that we perhaps haven't seen in a while? Share your thoughts below.