Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
IT&Software | By Alfonso Woods

Sega announces Sega Ages for Switch

Sega announces Sega Ages for Switch

SEGA has announced that SEGA AGES will release on Nintendo Switch, news that was shared at SEGA FES 2018 in Akihabara, Japan. We've asked Sega to clarify that and to confirm whether or not the Mini Mega Drive will make it to market in the west, and we'll update you here on Gamereactor as soon as we know more. Thus far, only three have been announced: Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star and Thunder Force IV.

For those who haven't gotten enough of Sega's wide array of titles released on multiple platforms, they can look forward to picking up the stylized mini Sega Genesis planned to release later this year.

The second announcement will bring a smile on the lips of many.

That said, M2 will be handling the porting of these upcoming games, so this is really a good news.

That said, as you may have observed that Narrative games seem to be growing these days and it appears to be that the company has set its aim for such type of games now.

Talking about teaming up, Sega has also announced its partnership with Retro-Bit in order to manufacture classic peripherals and accessories.

The Sega Genesis console was a massive global success. Unfortunately, the company did not disclose more details, such as price or release date, nor gave clues about the titles that will accompany it; it was only confirmed that its launch aims to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original launch, which took place in October 1988 in Japan.

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