Sega has announced that it is producing two film adaptations of two of the company's historic titles, namely, Space Channel 5 e Comix Zone.
In a statement released on Friday, the company confirmed it was partnering with the Picturestart production company to develop film adaptations of the two 90s games.
Comix Zone was released in 1995 for Sega Mega Drive and Genesis, followed by ports for PC and Game Boy Advance. The Space Channel 5 music game was released for Dreamcast instead in 1999, followed by a PlayStation 2 port and a Game Boy Advance version.
Space divas, comic panels, and the movies!
SEGA is partnering with @picturestart to produce film adaptions of Space Channel 5 and Comix Zone!
Which parts of these SEGA gems are you most excited to see played out on the big screen? ?#SEGA #SpaceChannel5 #ComixZone pic.twitter.com/WcdfnWJe5y
— SEGA (@SEGA) August 19, 2022
Space divas, comics and movies! SEGA is collaborating with Picturestart to produce film adaptations of Space Channel 5 and Comix Zone! Which of these SEGA gems are you most excited to see on the big screen?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Space Channel 5 will tell the story of "an unfortunate fast food worker who is recruited by a journalist to save the world from aliens who use the one thing that unites all people on the planet: our love for stupid viral dances"
Comix Zoneinstead, "a weary comic book creator and a young writer must put aside their differences to stop a dangerous supervillain from wreaking havoc".