SEGA Ages Titles Coming To Nintendo Switch This Summer

SEGA Ages Titles Coming To Nintendo Switch This Summer

SEGA Ages Titles Coming To Nintendo Switch This Summer

Sega Ages is a collection of Sega classic games that will be released for the Nintendo Switch this summer in Japan, the USA, and Europe.

SEGA has announced that SEGA AGES will release on Nintendo Switch, news that was shared at SEGA FES 2018 in Akihabara, Japan. Thus far, only three have been announced: Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star and Thunder Force IV. However, according to Sega Corp chairman Hajime Satomi, the selection of games accompanying the Mega Drive Mini will feature mania-inducing titles that took the gaming world by storm - so start casting your predictions.

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The new retro console, which you can see in the trailer below, is set to land at some point in 2018, thirty years after its initial emergence in Japan back in 1988. Since M2 has a really good reputation for handling emulation of the re-released games especially with the Sega Ages title.

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