First look at Medabots Classics

3DS collection due out on December 21 in Japan.

Medabots Classics

Famitsu has gone live with its first online preview of the newly announced Medabots Classics for 3DS.

Medabots Classics

A celebration of the series’ 20th anniversary, Medabots Classics is a five-game collection that includes the following titles:

  • Medabots (Game Boy, 1997)
  • Medabots 2 (Game Boy Color, 1999)
  • Medabots 3 (Game Boy Color, 2000)
  • Medabots 4 (Game Boy Color, 2001)
  • Medabots 5: Susutake Mura no Tenkousei (Game Boy Color, 2001)

The collection includes the Kabuto or Kuwagata versions of each game, depending on which version of Medabots Classic you purchase.

Medabots Classics also includes enhancements, such as the ability to save anywhere and skip battles in order to more quickly advance through the story.

Medabots Classics

Medabots Classics

Medabots Classics Kabuto Ver. and Medabots Classics Kuwagata Ver. are due out for 3DS on December 21 in Japan for 4,800 yen each (5,184 yen with tax). A “20th Anniversary Edition” limited edition including both versions, a 20-song soundtrack CD, and 520-page art book will also be released for 12,000 yen (12,960 yen with tax).

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