Adrenaline junkies who feel the need—specifically, the need for speed—but don't have access to an actual F-14D or a deluxe arcade cabinet will be gleefully forced to settle for Sega's console port of After Burner Climax, its 2006 aerial dogfighter.
It's blue skies and barrel rolls for After Burner fans, as Sega puts a date and price on the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network release of arcade dogfighter After Burner Climax.
Some classification board ratings - one in Australia, one in Korea - have revealed that Sega's After Burner Climax is on its way to a video game console near you.
Every Sega fan has at some point foolishly hoped for a sequel to a forgotten franchise from the publisher, whether it be Shenmue III, Phantasy Star V or something with Jet Set Radio in the title. What about Hideki Kamiya?