3D Out Run hits the 3DS eShop today

3d out run logoSEGA dropped a quick press release reminding everyone that 3D Out Run hits the Nintendo eShop today, courtesy of developer M2. If you’ve already been enjoying the 3D re-releases of classic arcade games SEGA has put out thus far, I doubt you’ll want to miss this one. Check out the full PR, which links back to M2’s blog, along with the launch trailer and screens below.

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SEGA announced today that 3D Out Run?, part of the second series of classic titles re-mastered exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS? hand-held system, is now available in the Americas and Europe to download in the Nintendo eShop.

3D Out Run is the critically acclaimed 1986 driving game designed by Yu Suzuki, re-mastered and enhanced for the Nintendo 3DS hand-held system. The re-mastered version includes all of Out Run?s original content alongside two new songs, and runs at 60 frames per second which is twice the speed of the original game. 3D Out Run also features a built in Stage Select option that allows players to save and resume progress mid-game, has adjustable difficulty settings, and includes unlockable car customization options that allow you to equip parts to improve your car. Additionally, players are able to choose from a number of real-life arcade cabinets wherein everything from the appearance to the environmental sounds of the specific cabinet are recreated, providing a true and authentic arcade experience.

3D Out Run is available now for download in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS.

For more information on the creation of the SEGA 3D Classics, head over to the SEGA Blog for an in-depth interview with the M2 developers. http://blogs.sega.com/2015/01/23/sega-3d-classics-developer-interviews/


A classic game requires a classic contest. Join the SEGA Classic Contest for a chance to win a limited edition SEGA Hoodie. For more information, see here: http://blogs.sega.com/2015/03/11/3d-out-run-classic-contest/

SEGA will release 3D Fantasy Zone II? and 3D Thunder Blade? for the Nintendo 3DS in the coming months.