According to a new report, Sega's first two Super Game projects may be revivals of Dreamcast classics Sega is developing "big-budget" reboots for Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio, with the goal of generating new installments that can generate recurring income and online communities. These remakes are a result of Sega's desire to find a blockbuster like as Fortnite in its back catalogue. These two reboots might be the start of Sega's Super Game projects that it announced last November. These games must meet certain standards, including AAA-quality graphics and online multiplayer features. If the games meet these standards, they could make up to $900 million in total sales. But why is Sega turning to Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio to become a Fortnite? Due to its live events and many outfits, Fortnite offers plenty of crossover possibilities, which helps it grow in popularity. Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio are two distinct games with little resemblance to Fortnite, but perhaps Sega has more ambitious plans for these reboots. According to Bloomberg report, Sega's European headquarters is developing a first-person Super Game. This may be the game that Sega aspires to become its own Fortnite-like phenomenon. https://twitter.com/Nibellion/status/1516316371205996546?s20&tEHY-Gt-xF1goDOCbHUK3Vg Bloomberg sources also claims that the Crazy Taxi reboot has been in the works for over a year and will be released within the next two or three years. It and Jet Set Radio are said to be two of four planned "Super Games," with a third likely being a first-person shooter that aims to generate $780 million in revenue during its lifetime. Sega appears to be pursuing a strategy of nostalgia with the upcoming Jet Set Radio and Crazy Taxi games. It's possible that Sega is unconsciously attempting to appeal to the Dreamcast market by resurrecting these two old classics. Even if both are currently in development and appear to be moving forward, according on reports from Bloomberg, they may still be cancelled. Jet Set Radio and Crazy Taxi are both reboots that will be internet-based and free-to-play. They will debut at the same time on different platforms like consoles, PC, and mobile devices. This is a new category of games for SEGA. This strategy might be beneficial to SEGA in breaking into a new sector. The organization has had troubles in the past getting its free-to-play games to Western markets. However, SEGA generates a lot of money from F2P games. Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio are two of the most highly regarded video games ever made, so here's hoping these revivals become reality. What do you think about this news? Let us know below. For latest news in your hands Follow us on Google News.