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Sega Genesis Mini 2 Full Lineup Revealed

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by Lucas White

Sega finally unveiled the entire lineup for its second collectible mini console, the Sega Genesis Mini 2. This one’s notable for not just having new games the first model didn’t, but the inclusion of several Sega CD titles. There are also a number of “new” games, which range from finished software that was never released to arcade ports made (apparently) for the fun of it. A new video was released showing off the full list, which you can see below:

The full list is also here in text form, including some details on what exactly those bonus details are.

Sega Genesis (Cartridge)

  • After Burner II
  • Alien Soldier
  • Atomic Runner
  • Bonanza Bros.
  • ClayFighter
  • Crusader of Centy
  • Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf
  • Earthworm Jim 2
  • Elemental Master
  • Fatal Fury 2
  • Gain Ground
  • Golden Axe II
  • Granada
  • Hellfire
  • Herzog Zwei
  • Lightening Force: Quest for the Darkstar
  • Midnight Resistance
  • OutRun
  • OutRunners
  • Phantasy Star II
  • Populous
  • Ranger-X
  • Ristar
  • Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi
  • Shining Force II
  • Shining in the Darkness
  • Sonic 3D Blast
  • Streets of Rage 3
  • Super Hang-On
  • The Ooze
  • The Revenge of Shinobi
  • ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron
  • Truxton
  • VectorMan 2
  • Viewpoint
  • Virtua Racing
  • Warsong

Sega CD

  • Ecco the Dolphin (CD Ver.)
  • Ecco: The Tides of Time (CD Ver.)
  • Final Fight CD
  • Mansion of Hidden Souls
  • Night Trap
  • Robo Aleste
  • Sewer Shark
  • Shining Force CD
  • Sonic The Hedgehog CD

Bonus Games

  • Devi & Pii: A “paddle-style” game developed by Takashi Iizuka before Sonic 3. Unreleased.
  • Fantasy Zone: New port made by the team behind the Darius port on the previous Sega Genesis Mini.
  • Space Harrier II (+Space Harrier): New ports that use the “sprite zoom” feature.
  • Spatter: 1984 Arcade game from the graphic designer of Flicky. Developed by M2 as a “hobby,” which I assume means for funsies.
  • Star Mobile: Completed by Mindware in 1992 but never released.
  • Super Locomotive: 1982 arcade game; also a hobby port from M2.
  • VS Puyo Puyo Sun: A demake of the third Puyo Puyo game, originally released in 1996 in arcades but later ported to consoles like the PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and PC. There was also a Game Boy Color version which is arguably also a “demake,” but is also probably totally unrelated to this one.

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