Sega Mega Drive Reproduction Cartridge of Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat

Sega-Mega-Drive-Reproduction-Cartridge-of-Danny-Sullivans-Indy-HeatWith so many unreleased games surfacing in over the last few months, the arrival of yet another unfinished title should come as no surprise. The well known game collector DreamTR has unveiled his prototype cartridge of Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat for the Sega Mega Drive by releasing a limited run of 50 reproduction cartridges.

Those more accustomed to arcade gaming should be more than familiar with the top down multiplayer mayhem racer released back in 1991. The game eventually saw release on the Nintendo NES, Commodore Amiga and Atari ST, however the Sega Mega Drive version remained unreleased until now.

Similar to DreamTR's previous releases (such as War on Wheels), those interested in purchasing will be pleased to hear that the game comes with an authentic looking box and cartridge label ready to slot into any games collection.

Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat Gameplay Video

Link: Buy DreamTR's Reproduction Cartridge of Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (Sega Mega Drive)

Last Updated ( 25 July 2011 )  


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