Yep, you read that right – the incredibly ambitious Mega Drive/Genesis FPS – which was first released in 1994 – is receiving a limited physical release courtesy of Strictly Limited […]
Yep, you read that right – the incredibly ambitious Mega Drive/Genesis FPS – which was first released in 1994 – is receiving a limited physical release courtesy of Strictly Limited Games (in partnership with QUByte Interactive and Piko Interactive). Not only is it being brought to modern formats – two of them in any case: PS4 and Switch – but perhaps most excitingly, it’s also being released on cartridge for the Sega Genesis and Mega Drive 16-bit consoles!
However, the modern console versions do have an ace up their pixelated sleeves. While the Genesis and Mega Drive cartridges – named Zero Tolerance Origins – contain the original Zero Tolerance game and the previously unreleased sequel, Zero Tolerance Underground, the PS4 and Switch get the Zero Tolerance Collection, which features the two Genesis games plus an unlockable prototype of Beyond Zero Tolerance. All versions are being released in limited quantities, with pre-orders opening at midnight CEST on the 24th of April.
There’s more on offer than just the games too, in typical Strictly Limited style. Special editions with lots of extra goodies are also available, though again these are in limited quantities.
You can check out each edition and register to be alerted to the pre-orders going live right here.
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