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Space Channel 5, Sega Bass Fishing set for early October


6:00 PM on 09.21.2011
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Sega has the dates for two long-awaited digital re-releases, Space Channel 5: Part 2 and Sega Bass Fishing. For PlayStation Network, it's October 4th; the Xbox Live Arcade versions are coming a day later.

Since these games are $9.99 (or 800 Microsoft Points) each, it's the better deal to go with the disc-based counterpart, though there's certainly an appeal to launching games without having to physically get up, sad as that may sound. (We've all been there.) It's been confirmed that PlayStation Move is supported by Sega Bass Fishing.

While I have no intention of picking either of these up, I'm always glad to see Dreamcast titles resurface like this so they might be exposed to new audiences. Also, Space Michael.








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