Yes, you read the article title correctly. Yes, it’s 2017.
Breakers was a fighting game Visco Games on that was released on the NeoGeo coin-operated platform on December 17, 1996. It’s been 21 years, but the game is being rerealeased on the Dreamcast of all things. This isn’t just a hobby project, but an officially licenced game being put out. by Videogamesnewyork.
The Sega Dreamcast has seen a handful of new titles every year since it was officially discontinued. The release of BREAKERS marks the beginning of a new era of Independent Video GamePublishing. BREAKERS is the first licensed port of a pre-existing commercial game to be released onto the system.
Those interesting in obtaining a copy can do so for $39.99.
This software is not licensed, designed, manufactured, distributed or endorsed by Sega.
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