Nintendo kicked off the 3D Classics line shortly after the 3DS eShop launched, offering gamers a chance at reliving retro games through a different perspective. Unfortunately, the company never took the idea much further beyond the initial few games, but SEGA has carried the torch and created dozens of 3D remasters from its massive backlog of classic games. These have been gathered in three physical collections—the second of which launched in the West as SEGA 3D Classics Collection—and the third one only just released in Japan this week.
As with any game released for 3DS, an accompanying Miiverse page has also gone live, but an interesting detail has been spotted. When the page for Sega 3D Fukkoku Archives 3: Final Stage is viewed in the West, it shows up as SEGA 3D Classics Collection 2. That’s no confirmation of its launch here in the West, but it is nonetheless an interesting sign that could be pointing towards a future release.
What do you think? Will we get another SEGA 3D Classics collection? What was your favorite SEGA 3D Classics game? Drop us a comment in the section below.
[via miiverse.nintendo.net, segabits.com]