SEGA recently released an upgraded, 3D version of the classic Sonic the Hedgehog for the Nintendo 3DS eShop, whose 3D effects are said to be "at best, marginal." By contrast, 3D Space Harrier is said to look brilliant on Nintendo's latest handheld console.
Nonetheless, it's a great joy to play classic SEGA games on the Nintendo 3DS, even if their special effects are a bit underwhelming. Continuing this trend, SEGA has announced plans to release a 3D version of the arcade hit Altered Beast on the Nintendo 3DS eShop on May 29th.
It's exciting to see the recent partnership between Nintendo and SEGA continue to unfold. With announcements like these, I wonder what else they may have up their sleeves. Maybe they'll even bring these games to America one day; wouldn't that be something?