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Sega’s going to push these old-school games as hard as they can, and it looks like PlayStation Network and Xbox Live are going to have to take another retro re-relanch. Welcome back, 1994!

Joystiq reports from a tipster that Virtua Fighter 2Sonic the Fighters, and Fighting Vipers have been rated for Xbox 360 by the German Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body.

(Strangely enough, that somehow just trims down to the acronym USK.)

However, this collection of impossible-to-find Sega Saturn games will mostly likely be coming to both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, since most of Sega’s retro rehashes have done so.

Virtua Fighter 2 is actually long overdue for a re-release, with the last one coming to the PS2 in 2004.

Fighting Vipers is far more rare, having never been ported outside its original arcade and Sega Saturn versions. There’s not much to say about Sonic the Fighters, though, which I mostly remember for being terrible.

Source: Joystiq

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Virtua Fighter 2, Sonic The Fighters, Fighting Vipers Heading To PS3, X360

Sega's going to push these old-school games as hard as they can, and it looks like PlayStation Network and Xbox Live are going to have to take another retro re-relanch. Welcome back, 1994!

By EGM Staff | 10/9/2012 03:10 PM PT

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Sega’s going to push these old-school games as hard as they can, and it looks like PlayStation Network and Xbox Live are going to have to take another retro re-relanch. Welcome back, 1994!

Joystiq reports from a tipster that Virtua Fighter 2Sonic the Fighters, and Fighting Vipers have been rated for Xbox 360 by the German Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body.

(Strangely enough, that somehow just trims down to the acronym USK.)

However, this collection of impossible-to-find Sega Saturn games will mostly likely be coming to both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, since most of Sega’s retro rehashes have done so.

Virtua Fighter 2 is actually long overdue for a re-release, with the last one coming to the PS2 in 2004.

Fighting Vipers is far more rare, having never been ported outside its original arcade and Sega Saturn versions. There’s not much to say about Sonic the Fighters, though, which I mostly remember for being terrible.

Source: Joystiq

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