Sega is hitting the PC platform with its best selling Saturn beat'em up brand Virtua Fighter after gently sparring with the format by releasing three conversions of older 16bit titles.
Virtua Fighter PC will come out of its corner this summer (Sega is evaluating whether June or September will be the best month to launch) joined by Sonic CD (a conversion of the Mega CD Sonic game) then other product stars including Virtua Cop, Sega Rally, and Sonic and Knuckles later in the year. Prices will be between u40 and u49.
Sega believes its PC games bridge the gap between children's entertainment titles and the hard core adult gamer simulation and strategy products.
Hitendra Naik, Sega's European PC product manager, said:
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