SEGA’s endeavour to make their classic titles accessible on mobile sounds great on paper. A free library of games playable on-the-go and lacking overly intrusive ads – what’s not to love? For some people I know it’s perfect, allowing them to get a small taste of the past without dropping a couple bucks on it. Unofficial means playing these games without paying do exist, of course, but it’s undeniably convenient that people are able to download them straight from an app store, compared to the process of finding an emulator, locating games, and configuring them to work properly. For what reason would you go through that when a far simpler process exists? The answer, unfortunately, might be quality.