I'd wait for more review or a better price too.
I waited a full year for Resident Evil 3 Remaster to be at €20 instead of €60. Because I have the original and the remaster seems not to be as faithful as I'd hoped.
I still hope the Hospital and Cemetery sections are there. They are my favorite. But I still have to play it.
Like a lot of people from Western Europe, I grew up on Sega too (the Sega Master System II), and skipped everything Nintendo until the lovely Gamecube and its impressive Resident Evil REmake.
These last years, I got too MegaDrive + MegaCD (with OSSC) consoles (one of them is a Model 1, the other is a Model 2), I wanted one since I the age of 10.
Despite all the emulators, the real thing is a totally different experience thanks to its authenticity. With modern (and way more responsive) 6 buttons arcade pads from retro-bit, it's better than keyboard controls, or buttons oddly mapped to a Xbox360 controller.
Anyway, I'm playing Soleil / Crusader of Centy an action-RPG à la Zelda. For once, I'm not bored / lost right away, I'm even enjoying it so far.
But the Everdrive cartridge it runs from gave me an idea. What about making homebrew titles ?
It is possible with SGDK, for example . The possibilities are endless.
2020 gave us a lot of new Megadrive titles, and 2021 seemingly will deliver too. To see your own code run on real hardware is way more fun than any game indeed.
Right now I'd like to mod the Speedball 2 MD port in order to have the public's reaction and the famous 'ice cream, ice cream!' yells back. It's a little less joyful without it, compared to the original Amiga version. I wonder if such a mod already exists.