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Sega AM2 arcade fighters coming to PSN and XBLA


11:30 AM on 11.21.2012
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We've been watching the Japanese AM2 arcade game rereleases for awhile now. Sega has finally announced that at least some of these are coming stateside (and to Europe) today.

A trio of fighting games from Sega's AM2 team come to the PS3 and Xbox 360 complete with online multiplayer and achievements/trophies. Fighting Vipers, Virtua Fighter 2 and Sonic the Fighters will come to PSN on November 27 and XBLA on November 28. They're priced at $4.99 or 400 MSP each. Europe, you'll get yours on December 5.

Thank you, Sega! 

Here's hoping the other Model2 games are coming down the line.

 

 






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