John Friscia

Anyone who knows anything about the history of video games is bound to be confused by that headline, so let’s jump right in. Via Nintendo Life, video game journalism veteran and current Limited Run Games producer James Mielke has revealed that former Sega of America president Bernie Stolar briefly had plans to bring the Sega games Virtua Fighter 3 and Crazy Taxi to Nintendo 64 — through a contract with (now defunct) publisher Acclaim no less! This occurred back in 2000, when Dreamcast was struggling and Sega was quietly deciding to exit the hardware business. (Sega would formally announce its […]

The post Virtua Fighter 3 & Crazy Taxi from Sega almost came to Nintendo 64 appeared first on Nintendo Enthusiast.

Hit the front page for the rest...