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Fans of Sega AM2 should be quite pleased by this news. Today on the Sega Blog it was announced that North America and Europe will be getting digital download copies of a handful of AM2 fighting games. For the uninitiated, AM2 was a development team for Sega that helped develop the likes of Out Run, Virtua Fighter, and many other series. We've already seen AM2 games like Daytona USA hit digital storefronts, but now its time for some fighting games to get in on the action. The trio of titles are Fighting Vipers, Sonic the Fighters, and Virtua Fighter 2. Fighting Vipers originally hit arcades in 1995 before coming home to Sega Saturn in the next year. Sonic the Fighters also came out in 1996 and only made it to home consoles with the release of Sonic Gems Collection on GameCube. Then there is Virtua Fighters which was the first of these games in arcades back in 1994. It has since continued on to be a fairly popular series. All of these games will be available on PSN on November 27th. Xbox 360 users will gain access to them a day later, on the 28th. The titles are set to cost $5 and 400 MS Points respectively. Did you ever play any of these games in arcades?