This could be huge news, as it would bring a number of long-lost classics to the Nintendo platform, with possibilities ranging from Fighters Megamix and Sega Rally Championship on the Saturn to Crazy Taxi 2 and Samba de Amigo from the Dreamcast line-up. The company previously stated that over 15 games are now planned.
Eventually, Sega plans to release around 15 Sega Ages titles on Switch, but they'll be kicking things off with Sonic the Hedgehog, Thunder Force IV, Phantasy Star, Alex Kidd in Miracle World, and the arcade version of Gain Ground.
Unlike the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection, Sega Ages titles won't be released in a physical compilation.
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Sega is bringing some of its mega-hit classic games to the Nintendo Switch, which is excellent news for the millions of Switch owners out there looking for a retro gaming fix.
M2, the developer behind the classic 3D conversions of Sega games for the 3DS, is behind the games, so you can expect perfection straight from the source code - along with other notable features.
There's also some exciting news for fans of the Sega Dreamcast and Saturn consoles too. There's no word on the game's exact release date, but Sega has stated that Europe, Japan, and North America will receive the first wave of classic Sega titles for Switch sometime this summer.
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The ISPR statement further said that the officials were reviewing fencing arrangements on the border when the incident occurred. Witnesses in Kurram agency said that armed tribesmen rushed to the border to help Pakistani security forces.
In addition to announcing that these classic Sega games are going to the Nintendo Switch, the Japanese game maker also revealed that it's working on a mini version of its Genesis console.
Sega Ages series producer Kagasei Shimomura is quoted as saying that he wants to expand the official lineup past the now confirmed retro games being worked on.
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