3D Outrun And Other Sega 3D Classics Flying Westward For 3DS

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The second batch of Sega’s 3D Classics for the Nintendo 3DS are being released in the West via the eShop, the publisher confirmed this morning.

 

The second batch contains: 3D After Burner II, 3D Fantasy Zone, 3D Outrun, 3D Fantasy Zone II and 3D Thunder Blade. Each one will cost $5.99/€4.99/£4.49.

 

3D Afterburner II will be released in early 2015, and the rest of the set will follow.


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