SEGA has quickly and completely pulled out games and apps from the Play Store last week. That was only a week after we heard the company decided to remove the titles because most of them no longer meet the standards. Sega still assured gamers that their games can still be played as long as device is compatible but no further updates can be expected.
Sega is going to pull out more games. You can no longer download the likes of Streets of Rage and Afterburner Climax from the Google Play Store or even from the App Store. This time and after being readily available on Android for almost four years, the Dreamcast favorite ChuChu Rocket is already out. Other games like the Shining Force, Sonic Spinball, Shinobi III, Streets of Rage 2, and Mega Drive Gems Gunstar Heroes have also been removed from the list.
There are still Sega games listed: Crazy Taxi, Sonic 1, and Sonic 2 are still available but they are expected to be deleted very soon. If you want to play your Sega games, don't delete them from your mobile device. Or if you really want, just play these SEGA games on whatever gaming device you have.
To review, here are some classic SEGA games we've featured the past years: