Sega had a long show on September 19th, 2018 at the Tokyo Game Show. You can watch the whole thing here. For those interested in a few notable announcements, Culture of Gaming has made a short list of Sega announcements.
The makers of the Yakuza series are working on a new game titled “Project Judge”. This new game is a 3rd person action game where you play the role of detective. From the trailer, it looks like you will be sneaking around Japan trying to get evidence of criminals in the act. Apart from this, the game seems to have a fairly deep combat system for fighting criminals. The game is set to come out sometime in 2019 and you can watch the trailer here.
Puyo Puyo esports:
The Puyo Puyo series will be getting an esports version coming this October to the PS4 and Switch. This new version of the game has been authorized by the Japanese Esports Union. However, for now, it appears to only be getting a Japanese release. You can watch a quick trailer here.
Mega Drive Mini Delay:
Sega announced that its retro-throwback Genesis Mini console will be getting a delay until 2019. Sega says they are working towards a global release. Not much more information is out about the delay, but hopefully, this means that Sega is trying to do right by the classic console.
Classic Sega Genesis Switch Game Bundle:
A new retro game bundle was released for the Nintendo Switch slated to come out this winter. The bundle will include 50 different Genesis games. For a complete list of games check Polygon. The bundle currently doesn’t have a price tag, but similar bundles released on PC have gone for about $30. You can watch a short announcement trailer here.
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