With another retro console this year, Sega is celebrating its 60th anniversary, and it looks like it could be the smallest yet. The Game Gear Micro is a revival of Sega's 8-bit handheld system, which attempted (and failed) to conquer the Game Boy of Nintendo.

More news over Japanese gaming news outlet Famitsu is set to drop later today. The promo shots reveal that at least one of the (pretty good!) Game Gear Sonic the Hedgehog games will power the machine predictably.

An picture originally hidden on the Game Gear Micro landing page also revealed that the device would come in four colors—black, blue, yellow, and red—and be released in Japan for 4,980 yen this year, or around $50, on October 6th.