I am not sure what the strategy is here as games are free (you can remove add for a small amount of money), is this to make money ? to raise awareness on SEGA or old licences in preparation of something bigger ?
Do you think Panzer Dragoon games could make in on mobile ?
I guess saga is “slow” enough in battle system to imagine a tactile control ?
I like the idea of classic games being made freely available, but it’s too early to tell if we’ll actually see Saturn games re-released, or whether this is just talk. The first set of games are widely available Megadrive games. The Dreamcast was mentioned more in the article (which is understandable given it’s Windows foundation, and a number of PC ports already). But not much about the Saturn; I remain skeptical that they’ll get to the Panzer Dragoon series (as much as I’d like that).
Personally I’d like to see Sega put these games on GOG (along with their existing PC ports like NiGHTS into Dreams). If they’re not charging for the games anyway, and the aim is to gain users, is DRM-free really a problem?
It’s the typical Sammy half-hearted effort. Emu on Sonic isn’t perfect (and I bet that’s the one downloaded the most) and it’s on the wrong platforms too. Needs to be on the consoles and have perfect emu.