There’s a new Mega Drive game out: Sacred Lines

Sega’s 16-bit Mega Drive (or Genesis, if you prefer) console may have been officially discontinued in 1997, but that hasn’t stopped indie studio WM’s Magical Games Factory from making a brand new cart for the console.  The game is a ‘choose your own adventure‘ style horror/thriller with some lush graphics. You can check out the trailer below.

One Reddit user, ZadocPaet received his copy of the game and gave a handy photographic tour. I have to say, it’s really nice to see the packaging includes all the great things about old school games, like a sturdy cart, striking graphics and a colour manual.

You can get yourself a copy of Sacred Lines for Sega Mega Drive over in the developer’s online store.


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From the Atari 2600 right through to bleeding fast PCs, Dan's played on them all. One thing that's never changed is an unwavering passion for video games. Twitter: @happydan | Steam: happydan | GOG: happydan