During the Sega Fes 2018 held at the weekend, the Japanese company announced the return of the SEGA Ages series on Nintendo Switch, with the aim of reviving a selection of great classics of the "80s and" 90s. Now Sega has announced (via a live Twitch presentation in Japan on Sunday) that they're re-releasing their own miniature version of the Sega Genesis (known as the Mega Drive in Japan).
So far we know that Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star and Thunder Force IV are coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop. SEGA Ages titles will start releasing on Nintendo Switch this Summer. Now, we find out that they're also releasing a bunch of classic Sega titles on the Nintendo Switch. It was revealed that for Sonic the Hedgehog, elements from the 3DS version would be added, including the Spin Dash move and some features from the Mega Play arcade version.
Gain Ground is a unique vertical shooter which takes place within a war game simulation, and you assume the role of various warriors from all stages of human history.
Some of you may remember that SEGA AGES originally launched on the SEGA Saturn in 1996 in Japan, bringing enhanced arcade ports of Puzzle & Action: Tant-R and Quiz Shukudai wo Wasuremashita to home consoles. We don't have the full list yet, but isn't this something that Nintendo should have done like, a year ago? The game has not yet received a rating by the ESRB for its North American release later this year, though the game's rating would most likely translate to a T rating in America and Canada.
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