Sega removes three games from the Google Play Store

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Popular Japanese game developer and a well known name in the arcade gaming industry, Sega has just removed three more games from the Google Play Store.

This comes after the company announced it will be removing old games from the Play Store and other app markets for failing to meet their quality standards. The games that Sega has now removed are After Burner Climax, Jet Set Radio and Super Monkey Ball 2.

This is understandable as most of these games are remakes of classic retro games, so the quality wouldn’t obviously be up to par. The good news is that Sega could be preparing some new content for mobile. However, we’re not aware of any timeframe for the release of these games, so we might have to wait a bit longer.

The games should remain functional for those who already own the apps, so there’s no need for concern for current players at this point. Do you enjoy classic Sega games on your Android smartphone or tablet? What do you make of this news?

Source: Polygon

Via: Android Central