You can buy Sega’s Mega Drive Mini 2 Cyber ​​Stick and have it shipped to the US

Sega may only have announced the release of the Mega Drive Mini 2 in Japan so far, but there is a pretty cool accessory that seems to work with PCs and can ship to the US. As of this writing, Amazon has the Mega Drive Mini 2 Cyber ​​Stick Controller up for pre-order on its Japanese storefront, and as expert in video game offers Wario64 underlines (announcement), the controller also ships to the United States.

You will be able to use the Cyber ​​Stick controller with games like After Burner II (a jet fighter game), Night striker (where you drive an armored car to shoot bad guys), and Star Blade (a space shooter on rails), according to text from Amazon’s store page via Google Translate. These three games are among the 50 games included on the Mega Drive Mini 2, and you can get a brief look at these games and a few more in this trailer from Sega:

I’ve never played any of the three games, but my colleague Richard Lawler describes After Burner II as “an absolute classic”, even without the deluxe mobile cabinet of the arcade version. So if you’re going to get the Mega Drive Mini 2, it might be worth buying the Cyber ​​Stick to maximize the experience. The controller’s Amazon page also says it supports Windows 10 and 11, so it looks like you can hook it up to your PC as well.

The controller costs 18,000 yen (which currently translates to just over $130) and is slated for release on October 27, the same day the mini console itself is slated to launch.


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