After the resounding success of the NES and SNES Mini, it could not fail. After the somewhat lesser C64 Mini there is now also a Sega Megadrive Mini. That should be a lot better because the catalogue of good games from that generation is more than enough to make a cool device and unlike the already available ‘fake’ Mini Megadrives this time in collaboration with Sega.
In Japan that is easier, so that means that consumers will certainly get a very cool line-up there, not least because Sega Japan has also made a lot of the classics on the console.
In addition, a number of smaller details were also announced by distributor ATGames, who made a previous (not so good) small Megadrive. This new version is much more like the NES Mini, with good secondary functionality such as storing games, pause, rewind, support for different resolutions and – not bad – a real cartridge slot so that your original old games can also be played on the Mini. So wait and see if it is going to run as well (in both respects) as the NES and SNES Mini.