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Voted ‘Dullest Man in the UK’, This Dad Has Collected Over 9,000 Beer Cans

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Nick West is a pretty average guy.

A father of two and now recently retired, Nick is so notably average that in 2015 he appeared in a book titled “Dull Men of Britain” which showcased 40 of the dullest men living in the UK.

Now several years later, Nick is finally getting the individual recognition he so rightly deserves.

A newspaper in Scotland ran a poll to once and for all determine the absolute dullest man in Britain and Nick received over 20% of the votes, more than enough to claim the title.

So what could possibly make people think Nick West is so incredibly dull you ask?

It’s his hobby.

Since Nick was 16 years old he has been collecting one thing: beer cans.

No, he wasn’t cashing in the refunds, but instead amassing one of the largest collections of these shiny metal canvases known to man.

According to an interview the DailyMail, Nick says it all began when he saw a news report in 1975 on collectors in the US scooping up the discarded containers. Shortly after his wife, then girlfriend bought him a book on collecting.

Now 40 plus years later with a collection topping out at over 9,300 cans, Nick has finally decided to cash in and cash out. He has sold about 6,000 pieces of his prized art to private parties and has also donated 1500 cans to a local museum that will keep them on display.

While that may seem like a lot to give up, that still leaves the can connoisseur with over 1500 in his personal collection, allowing him to now move to a smaller home with his wife.

It was with his wife Deborah’s help that Nick says he was able to realize his dream, telling the Mail “I drank the beers and stouts and Deborah would drink the lagers.”


While his oldest can dates back to 1936, there are plenty of modern masterpieces as well. The craft beer boom has not only created many different beverages, but a myriad artistic and unique containers to go along with them.


Part of the reason Nick is hanging it all up is due to that craft beer surge. With so many new breweries and offerings, Nick was collecting up to 600+ cans a year as opposed to only a few hundred.


“Deborah grew to resent the hobby because I had a small collection when I met her but it’s had a massive impact on our lives.”

Nick says after making his wife move to a larger home just to accommodate the massive collection, they are now in a much more suitable home and settling in to retirement.

As for his new title of Dullest in the UK, Nick seems ok with it.

“I’m never going to be most handsome or tallest so I’m quite happy with my mantle of dullest man.”

Twitter Users Search For Dad in Notre Dame Photo and Share Pre-Fire Photos and Videos

Twitter Searches for Dad in Notre Dame Photo
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Just before the tragic events unfolded yesterday in Paris, Brooke Windsor shot a photo of what appears to be a father swinging his young daughter in the air with the famed Notre Dame Cathedral set in the background.

An hour later, the iconic structure was engulfed in flames and that moment she so casually captured would be one the last shots of the peaceful landmark before chaos erupted.

“I almost went up to the dad and asked if he wanted it. Now I wish I had,” she posted on Monday.

Wanting to find a little light on an otherwise very dark day, Windsor shared the photo and asked social media to help her identify the man in the shot.

“Twitter if you have any magic, help him find this”

The post has now been shared over 143,000 times and has just under 300,000 likes.

Windsor went on to add she isn’t positive the man in the photo was the girl’s father:

“I do not know for sure if it was a dad and daughter, it’s simply the dynamic I observed from them while debating on interrupting this moment. It may be an uncle, brother, friend, who knows until we find them. -It was taken at 5:57 local time”

Armchair detectives jumped in with little actual information but plenty of observations nonetheless:

More prevalent however were the comments of support and memories of people’s own experiences visiting Notre Dame.



News stations also chimed in saying they would share the story with their viewers, so it’s likely only a matter of time before the mystery is solved.

When tragedy strikes, small acts like these can be a reminder that every moment should be treasured and that despite its often negative reputation, social media can actually be a pretty powerful tool for good as well.

Beer Spa Lets You Unwind in Warm Suds and Consume Cold Ones [WATCH]

Beer Spa
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Close your eyes and relax.

Now breathe deeply and calm your mind. Imagine the weight of the world just melting away as your entire body is covered in warm beer.

No, you’re not doing a keg stand. You’re visiting Piva Beer Spa.

Located in Chicago’s Noble Square neighborhood, Piva is the first of its kind in Chicago.

While the concept may seem new to many, these sudsy spas have long been enjoyed by those over seas in countries such as Germany and according to historians, even in ancient Egypt.

Now, thanks to Dino Sarancic and his father, Piva is bringing the experience to their customers here in the US.

But hold on a just a minute. Beer? Really?

I enjoy a good draft, but there were nights in college I can vaguely recall being sticky from warm beer and never once did I think “Damn, I’d pay good money for more of this.”

So why – with all due respect – is this a thing?

Let’s get the run down.

First of all, it’s not all beer.

According to Sarancic, the hop filled soaking baths are only about 20% beer. That’s likely just enough to receive the benefits without going home smelling like a frat party.

As for those benefits, Sarancic says the beer helps to condition the hair and skin, leaving you feeling smooth and down right brew-tiful.

In addition to a slew of other benefits listed on spa’s website, those that swear by the treatment say the smell of hops is relaxing and that enjoying a brew and a soak is a great way to unwind.

But don’t assume just because beer is involved that you’re in for a sports bar experience.

The spa is much like any other, offering various services and treatments and even [squints to make sure I’m reading this right] a salt cave? Yep, it does say a salt cave, which is apparently also a very real thing.

Local news recently took a tour of the facilities to see what all the buzz was about:

Ok sure – this may seem a little… ridiculous – but you know damn well you’ve spent money on things that make even less sense than this does.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your partner or call your bros and book that trip to Chicago, you beer loving salt cave dweller!

New Star Wars Video Game Trailer May Be Better Than Rise of Skywalker Trailer [WATCH]

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order
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Fans of The Force have a lot to be excited about.

Just a day after the release of the Episode IX trailer, and following Disney’s announcement of their new streaming service – Disney+, Respawn Entertainment is set to embark on yet another journey into the Star Wars universe.

The new title, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, was officially announced on Saturday during a panel discussion at the Star Wars Celebration in Chicago.

The single player story that follows the journey of a young Padawan named Cal Kestis, is bringing some serious star power to gaming consoles as Shameless and Gotham alumnus Cameron Monaghan will take on the starring role.

Monaghan joined the panel on Saturday during the big reveal.

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The opening of the trailer, which you’ll need to remind yourself several times is a video game and not a movie, shows the young Padawan on the run and sharing the three rules to survival in this new world: “Don’t stand out. Accept the past. Trust no one.”

The game is set immediately following the fallout that took place during Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

While they say some familiar faces from the galaxy will make appearances, you can assume that Jar Jar Binks won’t be providing any comic relief.

Stig Asmussen, a game director at Respawn, said the studio really wanted to dive deeper into the dark side of things.

“Many Star Wars fans, ourselves included, are really interested in the dark times, so we wanted to explore that mysterious, dangerous period,” adding the game will have a focus on combat, lightsaber and Force powers.

(YouTube/EA Star Wars)

Respawn is known for serious gaming with mega hits such as Titanfall and Apex Legends already under their belt.

The new game is a shift from previous titles such as Star Wars Battlefront II, which faced massive fan blowback for its character progression and pay-to-win mechanics. Electronic Arts, the studio behind the franchise, eventually disabled in-game purchases and released several updates to regain players.

Now… this is the info you’ve been looking for:

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will be available November 15, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Disney Drops Details on Its Streaming Service and We’re in Like Lando Calrissian

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Disney fans everywhere are rejoicing while many parents around the country are likely saying “Oh dear god, another streaming service?”

Originally announced in 2017, Disney has now released the details surrounding their highly anticipated Disney+ service, now set to hit streaming devices on November 12 of this year.

The company posted this teaser on their Instagram page:

That’s right – the days of waiting for Disney to open its magical vault are over, with 13 of their Signature Collection films including Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid all being made available at launch.

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Fans of the Pixar movies are also in luck as they’ll have access to all of the beloved features and shorts in addition to new content created especially for the service including a brand new Monsters Inc. series.

But wait… there’s more!

According to the company, they are set to release more than 25 original series and 10 original films, documentaries and specials, just within the first year.

(The Walt Disney Company)

These include new original programming from Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Animation, Pixar and National Geographic.

Did I mention the original Star Wars trilogy and the prequel Trilogy will be instantly available? Or that the first scripted live-action Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, will be too?

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Still not sure? Maybe this will sweeten the deal: Disney+ will have all 30 seasons of The Simpsons available on the service from on day one.

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In addition, Disney says audiences will also have access to “family-friendly Fox titles such as The Sound of Music, The Princess Bride and Malcolm in the Middle and more than 7,500 television episodes and 500 films including blockbuster hits from 2019 and beyond.”

How much will all this cost, you ask? The Disney+ service will debut at $6.99 a month and will be available on a wide range of mobile and connected devices, including gaming consoles, streaming media players and smart TVs, with support for up to 4K HDR video playback.

Subscribers to the new streaming service will also have the ability to create custom profiles, each with personalized experiences and curated content.

Bottom line: if you have kids or enjoy movies and TV, your household will now likely have one more monthly bill.

To receive more news and updates on the service, visit DisneyPlus.com

Viral “Buffalo’s Bad Boys” are a Good Voice for Inner City Kids [WATCH]

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Police officers can often be portrayed as unapproachable and stoic, but the truth is most of them are just regular folks.

Fathers, mothers – members of the community and people from many different walks of life that decided to pursue a career in public safety.

It’s easy to forget, but sometimes a funny video or a story on the news reminds us how above all else, police officers are just like the rest of us.

Partners Michael Norwood Jr. and Armonde “Moe” Badger patrol the streets of Buffalo, New York. They’re known as Buffalo’s Bad Boys thanks to their resemblance to Martin Lawrence and Will Smith from the 90’s blockbuster.

However, these bad boys are all about doing good. They focus on spending time in the community and interacting with kids to break the stereotypes often associated with members of law enforcement.

The partners gained notoriety recently after a video of them singing in a restaurant was posted and went viral.

It was just another day on the job according to the dynamic duo who recently appeared on Ellen. Singing in the car and engaging with their community is what these two enjoy most about their job.

Norwood, who towers more than a foot over his partner, played basketball for most of his life. After putting in several years overseas in Finland and in other international leagues, an injury sidelined him from the only job he ever knew. He needed a career change and wanted to get back into the community.

Badger got his start by working in the Buffalo Public School System and said he knew right away that working with kids was something he was passionate about.

A father himself, Badger and his fellow officers wanted a way for children in the neighborhood to connect with police early, often and in a positive way.

Their foundation COPPS, Children Overcoming Police Stereotypes through Sports, happened organically as the two say their department is always looking for new ways to connect with the community.

Ellen, along with Cheerios, donated $10,000 to their foundation. Classic Ellen.

Here’s the entire clip from their interview:

For more of these pitch-perfect patrolmen, check out their latest video on YouTube.

Post-Its With a Purpose: Teacher’s Mental Health ‘Check-in’ Board Goes Viral

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Given the fact that teachers often spend more time with our kids than we do, their actions can have a profound impact on shaping the lives of our little ones.

In recent years, that fact has become even more prevalent as stories of educators paying for their own supplies, or volunteering time outside of the classroom have become the norm.

Many of us can still remember many of the hurdles we faced growing up, including the next generation of educators who are now in a position to make a real difference.

That’s one of the reasons why a Facebook post by Tara Mitchell Homan has been shared over 180,000 times over the past few weeks.


According to UpWorthy, San Fransisco Bay Area educator Erin Castillo is the brilliant mind behind this unique solution to a very difficult problem.

Castillo has her students write their name on the back of a sticky note and place it on the chart each Monday. She then takes time to check in with each student depending on where they happen to be that week.

While the idea may be a simple one, it gives Castillo, and now other educators, a deeper insight they likely wouldn’t have had access to otherwise. She also added that letting students see they aren’t alone in their struggles is important.

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Made this mental health check in chart after seeing @missjohnstonsjourney use a digital version for teachers on her #okayteacher Facebook page. I asked my students to write their names on the back of a post-it note so I could check in with ones in the bottom two sections. I explained the green section as them struggling, but speaking to another adult or trying to work through it themselves. ••• I was able to start some check ins today, and holy cow these kids. I love them. My heart hurts for them. High school is rough sometimes, but I was happy that a few were given a safe space to vent and work through some feelings. ••• I also like that students could visually see that they aren’t alone in their struggles. It was a beautiful minimum day focusing on self care and mental health. ••• 💟UPDATE: just added a printable version with detail instructions so you can do this in your classroom! It’s FREE!💟 • • • #mentalhealthawareness #highschoolteacher #secondaryela #teacherorganization #teachings #anchorcharts #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #teachersfollowingteachers #iteachtoo #teachertips #weareteachers #teacherspayteachers #teacherideas #teachingideas #specialeducationteacher #teacherlove #teach #weteachsped #teacher #iteachhighschool #elateacher #teachergoals #igteacher #igteachers #teachersofig

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While we may be more digitally connected than ever, the rates of mood disorders and suicide-related incidents have dramatically increased over the past decade, especially among young adults.

While social media often takes much of the blame, it can also be a great way to share what’s working.

Castillo says she has posted a printable version with detailed instructions that are available for anyone to download for free.

While this post has gone wide, there are countless other professionals out there every day making a difference with little fanfare or recognition.

So next time you see a teacher, a librarian or anyone else who devotes their days to informing and shaping the next generation – say thank you.

Dad Turns Bedsheets into Boardgames for Kids in Hospital

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Driving home after visiting a friend’s child in the hospital, Kevin Gatlin was doing what many parents would be: imagining his own child was lying in that bed.

He wondered how he and his wife would try to get through a similar situation and what an average day would look like in such a sterile and unfamiliar place, all while dealing with one of the most difficult things any family can endure.

Gatlin thought about their typical home routine and this is when sheet really got interesting.

“My wife utilizes the bed at home with our son. They do homework, they play board games. It extends the playroom.” Gatlin told local news station WCNC.

That idea inspired him to create a unique product and to eventually launch his own company. Two years and 20 different variations later, Playtime Bed Sheets were ready for the world.

The bedding, which has dozens of different interactive games and activities printed on it, was created after partnering with teachers to ensure the games were not only fun but educational as well.

The pillowcase, for example, is covered with imagery and words that encourage kids to create their own adventures and bedtime stories.

The fitted sheet has tic-tac-toe, a checkerboard, educational geography facts and much more, along with instructions for each of the interactive games printed in multiple languages.

The flat sheet, which Gatlin says is his favorite, is loaded with activities reminiscent of the classic board games many of us fondly remember, alongside several positive affirmations for the children. In addition, all games are meant to be played with whatever is on hand, like scraps of paper or coins, so no more worrying about missing pieces.

Gatlin says the sheets are “the perfect alternative to excessive tv watching and playing on electronic devices.”

While he’s not trying to replace these activities, his vision is for the sheets to be another tool for both those dealing with a hospitalized child as well as any parent looking for a fun alternative to standard bedding options.

The entrepreneur has already donated hundreds of sets to local hospitals and hopes to expand the program nationally through a foundation in the coming weeks.

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Those looking to learn more, including how to donate sheets to a local children’s hospital in their area, can visit the company’s donations page.

To read more about how seemingly small amenities are changing children’s hospital experiences for the better, check out these little speed racers.

Hospital Lets Kids Drive Mini-Cars to Surgery to Reduce Anxiety [WATCH]

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Medical procedures can often be one of the most stressful experiences in our lives.

Beyond the actual ailment or injury, time spent in the hospital or making constant trips to the doctor’s office can also take a toll.

Now imagine you’re a child or the family of a little one needing serious surgery or medical treatment.

Unassured simply by the years of experience those around you may have, they are still strangers in a very sterile and unfamiliar place.

Decisions are made as you and your child are shuttled around what seems like endless hallways and corridors, frequently with little knowledge of where you’re headed to next.

However, one California hospital is helping to put kids in the driver’s seat… literally.

Doctors Medical Center in Modesto, California had an idea to make their pediatric surgical patients’ most stressful journey a little bit easier.

(Doctors Medical Center/Facebook)

Yep. That’s a Benz. Tricked out with its very own MP3 player to boot.

If that’s not your cup of tea, they also have a pretty sweet pink VW Beetle which was donated by a staff member earlier this year.

It’s all part of an effort at hospitals around the country to help alleviate some of the anxiety that all too often accompanies a serious medical procedure.

“Check it out! Doctors Medical Center has made another addition to our pediatric surgical program. Last year, we introduced our little black Mercedes. Now we have a pink Volkswagen Beetle! These sweet rides take our smallest patients to the operating room. The goal is to reduce anxiety and stress, and make the experience less scary for everyone involved. Doesn’t hurt to have options, right?” the hospital announced via their Facebook page.

Patients are given the keys to their adorable one-seater prior to surgery. They’re given chance to drive them around to relieve anxiety and likely to give them some feeling of control in an otherwise very strict and highly regimented environment.

While the approach is still relatively new, the smiles on these little patient’s faces as they enter the operating room speak volumes as to its success.

Several other hospitals and pediatric treatment centers including Golisano Children’s Hospital in Rochester, NY have implemented similar programs.

Regardless of your age, hospitals can be a scary place – that is until you realize that miracles happen there every day.

Nurse Adopts Hospitalized Infant Who Had No Visitors for Five Months [WATCH]

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In July of 2016, a baby girl was born. Several weeks early and with complications from her mother’s drug use during pregnancy, baby Gisele had a very rough arrival into the world.

A ward of the state, Gisele spent the next several months at Franciscan Children’s Hospital in Massachusetts, undergoing specialized care for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – a result of the sudden discontinuation of substances used by the mother during pregnancy.

During her next five months at the hospital, Gisele did not receive a single visitor aside from the staff charged with her care.

Then, on a day like any other, fate intervened.

Liz Smith, Director of Nursing at Franciscan, was walking down a hallway and spotted Gisele with another nurse. According to an interview with the Washington Post, Liz was immediately taken by the young girl and her incredible story.

“Since the moment I met her, there was something behind her striking blue eyes capturing my attention,” she said. “I felt that I needed to love this child and keep her safe.”

Upon learning that social service workers were now attempting to place Gisele in a foster home, Smith said she knew what had to be done. On her drive home that night, only one thing was running through her mind: “I’m going to foster this baby. I’m going to be her mother.”

After years of being the “world’s greatest aunt”, Smith was ready to take the next step. A step that she always knew she wanted to take, but one that always seemed just out of reach.

While awaiting her request to foster Gisele to be approved, Smith visited her room every day.

After several weeks of waiting, Smith was finally able to bring Gisele home with one caveat: the state of Massachusetts would continue efforts to reunite Gisele with her birth parents.

After initially approving supervised visits with the birth parents, the state eventually deemed them incapable of fully caring for Gisele and their parental rights were terminated. It was a bitter-sweet moment for Smith, who would now be able to legally adopt Gisele.

“It’s a feeling difficult to describe when you are experiencing this life-changing moment that someone else is as well, in the opposite way. The bottom line is: It’s devastating for another family.” Smith told the Washington Post.

However the wheels of bureaucracy move slowly, and Gisele’s adoption would take time.

On October 18th of last year in a Brockton, Massachusetts courtroom filled with family and friends, a judge signed the paperwork and approved the adoption.

Smith had been a mother since the first day she took Gisele home, but this made it official.

While Gisele still requires some specialized care, she is now an energetic and fun loving 2-year-old as seen in a CNN interview this week:


For more information on Foster care or becoming a foster parent, visit childwelfare.gov.

Sesame Street Introduces Characters to Honor Autism Awareness Month [WATCH]

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Sesame Street has introduced a new family to the long-running children’s broadcast.

Making her television debut back in 2017, viewers already know Julia – a fun-loving 4-year-old and the first Muppet with autism.

In honor of Autism Awareness Month, the company behind the show, Sesame Workshop, is now introducing her family to viewers young and old.

“We’re thrilled to expand Julia’s world with her parents, big brother, and her adorable dog, Rose”

In a statement, Sherrie Westin, the president of global impact and philanthropy at Sesame Workshop announced the new characters as well as additional information and resources that will be made available.

“Children with autism often face unique challenges, as do their parents and siblings. But every family faces challenges of some sort, which is why we are focusing on what all families have in common. In a family, everyone has different roles, challenges, and strengths, and everyone can learn from one another.”

Sesame Street has long recognized the importance as well as the difficulties behind such a complex character.

In a 60 Minutes interview back in 2017, the show’s senior writer Christine Ferraro acknowledged that “autism is not one thing, because it is different for every single person who has autism.”

The show has always been about inclusion, but for many kids who may be unfamiliar with autism, it can sometimes be difficult to understand.

Stacey Gordon is the mother of a son with autism and the puppeteer for Julia.

In the same interview, Gordon told 60 Minutes her hope was that seeing other characters treat Julia with understanding and compassion may help viewers understand that while we are all different, we are all still very much the same.

“Had my son’s friends been exposed to his behaviors through something that they had seen on TV before they experienced them in the classroom, they might not have been frightened. They might not have been worried when he cried. They would have known that he plays in a different way and that’s OK.”

While the world has a long way to go when it comes to understanding all the complexities of autism, teaching inclusion and understanding is one step we know makes a difference.

Sesame Workshop has posted additional resources, videos for both children and parents, as well as activities and storybooks available free of charge at autism.sesamestreet.org.

‘Hot Model Dad’ Tweet Becomes a Meme, Here Are Our Favorites

Hot Model Dad Meme Roundup
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So maybe you’ve seen this “my dad is a model” meme.

No? Ok here’s the breakdown:

Collin Hayslett is a college student. His dad, Clint, was a pastor for over 20 years and decided he wanted a change. Fair enough.

While getting a haircut, his barber Kevin told him he should model. Totally normal, my barber is constantly chatting me up.

Oh, by the way, his barber is also the marketing manager for a sunglasses company.

Didn’t see that coming, did you?

Anyway, he convinced Collin’s dad to do some modeling for the company and that’s where things got interesting.

After the now infamous photo shoot, Collin posted the photos on Twitter with a message that will forever be weaved into the deep depths of the world wide web.


Ok yes, this guy was made to model sunglasses. I mean if that’s not every sunglasses ad you’ve ever seen you are lying to yourself.

While the genuine sentiment behind Collin’s post is one we can all appreciate, you have to admit that this one was ripe for parody.

So without further adieu… Here. We. Go.









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The Sega Genesis Mini Is Coming This Fall…but for Real This Time

Sega Mini
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Mark your calendars and stretch your thumbs because things are about to get crazy nostalgic.

Thursday, September 19 will be a big day for fans of the Sega Genesis System as it’s finally set to make a triumphant return to the market – this time in a slightly smaller package.

According to Sega, it will launch worldwide in 2019, a relief for fans that have been eagerly awaiting its release since the company first touted their plans in April of last year.

The company made the announcement at Sega Fes 2019, their annual fan event held in Tokyo and followed up with this tweet:


SEEEEEGGGAAAA! Can you still hear it?

Originally dubbed the Mega Drive Mini, Sega had delayed the release of the console citing concerns over quality.

The newly revamped, but familiar little black box was initially set to be released only in Japan when the company decided to pivot. They will now release the Mega Drive Mini in Japan and the Sega Genesis Mini in US markets.

(Sega)

The US version of the system is slated to go on sale for $79.99, which honestly isn’t too shabby considering it’s set to ship with 40 games preloaded on the console.

While the full list of titles hasn’t been released, Sega announced the following will be included on the US version:

  • Ecco the Dolphin
  • Castlevania: Bloodlines
  • Space Harrier II
  • Shining Force
  • Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
  • ToeJam & Earl
  • Comix Zone
  • Sonic The Hedgehog
  • Altered Beast
  • Gunstar Heroes

Some bad news for those of you who somehow held on to your original genesis gamepads: They will not be compatible. Instead, two USB versions of the iconic three button controllers will be included with the Mini.

The company says pre-order links will be available here.

With tech giants like Apple tossing their hat into the ring, the next few years in gaming are going to be pretty crazy. It’s comforting to know that if things get a little too real, you can always go back to your comfort zone of collecting coins and bopping Dr. Robotnik on the noggin.

If September seems like too long to wait, Mario Kart Tour should be dropping this summer on mobile.