SEGA Unveils the First Five SEGA Ages Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch

SEGA Unveils the First Five SEGA Ages Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch

SEGA Unveils the First Five SEGA Ages Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch

Now, after the dust from that event has settled, SEGA has revealed the first five SEGA Ages titles, and released screenshots of three of them. Over time, the SEGA Ages series grew to encompass enhanced ports of dozens of games across multiple systems.

And what about you, what games for Saturn and Dreamcast would you like to see in the SEGA Ages series?

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Only Sonic the Hedgehog, Thunder Force IV and Phantasy Star were confirmed to start, but later in the day Alex Kidd and arcade title Gain Ground were confirmed as well.

A senior producer behind the project has admitted that, if the project is to expand beyond the initial 15 games, it could likely include games from two of Sega's most noteworthy consoles - the Sega Dreamcast and Sega Saturn.

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Studio M2, known for the re-release of the Sega 3D Classics Collection on the Nintendo 3DS and Sega Ages titles on the PlayStation 2, is responsible for the Sega Ages games on the Switch, which will all come with added features.

Some additional details about some of the games to be featured in SEGA AGES were revealed at SEGA Fes 2018 in a panel after the announcement.

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At the end of the panel, Shimomura said, "I believe that the Nintendo Switch hardware characteristics mesh very well with classic games". We certainly will, but we want to hear your take on this revived retro series. This is certainly a welcome addition to the Switch's lineup and should help tide fans over while we wait for Nintendo to re-release their own classics on the system.

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