|Poor quality but shows the famous fisheye lens effect...|
Over the intervening years, many of us fans have lamented their startling failure in this area - a failure some say was single handedly responsible for the Saturn's own less than stellar performance. What might've happened if Sonic X-Treme not only saw release but a timely one? Would the Saturn have gone on to hold its own in the face of Sony's relentless onslaught? Possibly, but it doesn't stop us wondering how things might be for Sega now if the Saturn period was more successful.
|Some sort of take on the good old Spring Yard Zone?|
It's actually hard not to be at least a little sceptical about all this, particularly since we've been hoping for so long for just such an announcement from somewhere, but it does appear to be a genuine attempt to finally get the much-fabled game out and into the hands of Sega fans the world over, complete and perhaps even spruced up a bit too, and for that I can only offer my sincerest thanks that there are still so many dedicated, talented fans around working hard, purely for the good of the retro community. Keep up the good work guys, it's very much appreciated.
Find out more here, or check out this video on the project as it stands so far: