It’s good news for the game lovers, as Sega Genesis Mini with 40 games. The gamers need to show some patience as the Sega Genesis Mini will be launched on the September 19. It appears this console will feature different localized versions of certain games.

Besides the announcement of the date and number of game, Sega announced a price for the mini console that is $79.99. But the Japanese version will have some different games then European and American version.

Sega Genesis Mini

According to the news, there will be 40 games total for the Genesis Mini. And there would be some regional differences for software depending on whether it’s a Japanese, or U.S./European version of the mini console. So far, Sega’s confirmed the following 10 games out of 40 for the U.S. version of the Genesis Mini.

Well, the Japanese version of the Mega Drive Mini will include: Sonic 2, Puyo Puyo 2, Shining Force, Castlevania: Bloodlines, Powerball, Gunstar Heroes, Comix Zone, Rent-a-Hero, Spare Harrier 2, and Madou Monogatari. On the other hand, the European version will have the same games as the U.S. version.

Earlier, the gaming console was announced to be released last year, but Sega delayed the console to better polish the system in time for its 35th anniversary. Sega previously announced the console would be based on the AtGames-developed Genesis Flashback. But it dropped AtGames in order to achieve a higher level of quality.

Like the PlayStation Mini, this one is powered by microUSB, and has an HDMI output capable of up to 720p resolution. The controller is the six-button version of the Genesis gamepad that most players preferred. It also supports saving anywhere within a game, which Sega said might make it easier for certain titles you never finished back in the 90s. The price announced for Japan is $60.