Posted by Andrew Hayward July 05, 2012

To mark the 16th anniversary of premiere Sega Saturn title Nights Into Dreams, Sega announced today that it will re-release the original game in high definition this fall for Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC digital distribution channels.

No word yet on a price point, but the publisher confirmed that the downloadable game will be bumped into HD with 16:9 widescreen support, as well as Achievements/Trophies and leaderboards, plus the original Saturn version of the game is included and runs much like it did back in 1996 -- except without the gargantuan Saturn 3D control pad.


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