The SEGA Genesis Mini has finally arrived, and fans and critics alike have gushed over the little machine since its launch. Just about everything about the Genesis Mini is excellent, to the point where many believe it’s the best mini console released to date.
There was a time, though, when even we had our doubts whether SEGA would release new hardware again. To discuss exactly that topic, SEGA plans to offer a postmortem titled “Genesis Mini: SEGA’s Return to Hardware after 20 Year” at this year’s GDC 2020 event.
SEGA Games’ Yosuke Okunari and M2 CEO Naoki Horii will host the talk and will share the project’s initial inception and realization that brought SEGA back to the console market.
“It promises to be a great talk that offers novel and intriguing insights into how SEGA approaches business development for its classic games and hardware, as well as loads of intriguing Genesis Mini tech trivia,” the announcement read on the GDC website.
GDC is from March 16-20 in San Francisco, CA.