Why not kill two birds with one stone? Sega released the Steam (PC) version of their Sega Heritage version of NiGHTS into Dreams today. This also features the update seen on the console versions that adds 24 points of analog control for the same price as their other Heritage Releases. You can also have a glimpse of the original versions of these games on our Youtube channel. Also this week is the release of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed for Playstation Vita in US stores and the Playstation Store on the Sony Network on the 18th for $29.99
Perhaps we should make this a regular feature for Sonic & Sega releases. We’d have like a list of the games with info pages attached to look something like this…
- [Steam] NiGHTS into Dreams (2012-12-17)
- [Playstation Vita] Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (2012-12-18)
“Perhaps we should make this a regular feature for Sonic & Sega releases. We’d have like a list of the games with info pages attached to look something like this…”
You should, particularly on titles like those that SEGA has done jack to even bother to mention.
Brought Nights on Steam today. Either I’m really rusty or the controls suck… either-way looks good in enhanced mode. (This is just a PS2 port, right?)
This is indeed the Playstation 2 version of the game. However they’ve since added analog controls to all the versions of the games. Also, NiGHTS has always been hard to control, even on the original Saturn. That analog thumb pad wasn’t that much better in accuracy….