SEGA Forever brings the classic games to mobile for free

Although Sega exited the video game console business almost 20 years ago, its titles have spawned some of the industry's most iconic characters and has some of the most classic catalogs. If you hate ads and/or like throwing money at Sega, each game can be bought for ₹160, which also adds local saves. The company stated that Sega Forever is a new banner, under which the classic games will be rereleased on Android and iOS run devices. It's a possibility that the company may launch a subscription fee to get rid of the ads.

In addition to the five Sega games already available, new games are expected to be released every fortnight from the developer's extensive library of classics, with the Sega Forever website already listing what seems to be "Virtua Tennis" as "coming soon". It's certainly a better solution than selling every game for a couple of dollars, and there are many ways to pay for and play these games anyway. However, users will be able to pay $1.99 Dollars to block ads, check online leaderboards, and have access to the cloud to save their game progress.

At the launch date, "Sega Forever" will contain the first batch of its classic game list.

Old games consoles including Sega Mega Drive have been selling for up to £2,500 on eBay. Majority were never meant to work on handheld devices, and the Japanese company needs to figure out how to make them compatible and easier to play.

In the future, Sega promises to deliver more games from its long history of iconic titles. Additionally, you can find the games directly on the Google Play store.

Sonic the Hedgehog made its debut on the Sega Genesis (also known as the Sega Megadrive) in 1991 and, as intended, was immediately compared to Nintendo's Super Mario in a swiftly developing company mascot rivalry. Let us know in the comments!

  • Carolyn Briggs