It's also possible to pay $1.99/£2.99 for each game if you want to get rid of ads, but this is optional. This would seem to suggest that even Dreamcast games might be added to the Sega Forever line-up, but of course, only first-party Sega titles will be added to this collection. That's a very reasonable deal, whichever way you look at it.
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There's no word yet on whether Sega Forever will come to other platforms, but if you're listening Sega: please and thank you bring it to console and PC. When it comes to the Saturn though, it probably is going to be hard since even making an emulator for this console was extremely challenging. An investigation into Altered Beast, which released back in 2010 on iOS, and has its Sega Forever version soft launched in the Philippines, shows that it is an update to the previously-existing version.
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It is unclear why the company has not made Crazy Taxi part of the launch titles on Sega Forever. If you want to remove the ads and get local save support, it'll cost you $2.99 per game. Because they're official Google Play and iTunes App Store purchases, you don't need to hunt around for game files when you buy a new phone.
This problem of new tech running old titles at worse performance on mobile is threatening to become an unfortunate new trend as a similar thing happened with classic Mega Man games on mobile earlier this year.
Video game players, like music lovers and film buffs, are incurable nostalgics. It will be interesting to see if Sega eventually ports more recent games that originally released on the Dreamcast, such as Shenmue, Jet Grind Radio and Grandia II, over to the collection. (Microsoft uses emulation to let the Xbox One play original Xbox and Xbox 360 games.) Sega is even looking to partner with the emulation community responsible for unofficial Master System and SG 1000 emulators to bring that tech to Sega Forever.