Sega Ages Announced for Switch

Alonzo Simpson
April 14, 2018

Good evening, everyone. It's Friday night here in North America, but in Japan, it's a attractive Saturday and a flawless time for Sega Festival 2018.

Below you can check out the trailer for Shenmue I & II, alongside the key artwork, the box art and a few screenshots.

SEGA has announced that SEGA AGES will release on Nintendo Switch, news that was shared at SEGA FES 2018 in Akihabara, Japan.

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The titles are expected to begin arriving this summer.

The biggest announcement so far has been the introduction of the SEGA MegaDrive Mini.

The collection features games such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Golden Axe and Streets of Rage. It seems likely we'll see similar fare here, though that hasn't stopped me from maniacally daydreaming of seeing Skies of Arcadia show up on the Switch in this fashion (it absolutely won't). In competitive terms, Sega Mega Drive had difficulties in Japan due to the popularity that Nintendo had in that country thanks to the success of the Famicom and later with the Super Famicom, however, in America it was a commercially successful console, just like in Europe. The reassurance from Mullen that we'll see some "eclectic arcade titles" is nice, too, promising that even die-hard Sega fans might find some brand new old games to mix with their favorites. We don't know exactly when and where it'll launch, we don't know how much it's going to cost and who's going to produce it, and we don't know which games will make an appearance, nor how many.

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