Up to 24 Dreamcast titles will be made available on Xbox 360 and PS3 over the course of the next year.
Sega West president Mike Hayes told CVG that the publisher hopes to have “somewhere between 18 and 24” classic games ready for download by Summer 2010.
He also revealed that Sega will be focus will remain on Dreamcast, rather than introducing back catalogue titles from the Sega Saturn into the mix.
“We don’t have any more plans than Dreamcast at the moment,” said Hayes. “There’s a significant catalogue there.
“With Dreamcast, we want to refocus people on that particular console. We want to make it more of a campaign… Confusing it by putting other [systems] in, we decided probably wouldn’t be the right thing. And obviously the Dreamcast was huge for the fans.”
Sega announced last week that a range of Dreamcast titles will be coming to XBLA and PSN, starting with Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi.