What titles would you hope to see on the Switch from SEGA's golden years?
Dubbed "Sega Ages", the lineup of retro titles is being developed by M2, which is the same team that handled Sega 3D Classics on the 3DS.
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Sega is bringing a slate of its classic titles to Nintendo Switch. There's now no word on if/when the initiative will expand to those in the west. However, Sega managed to shake Nintendo's footing when it released a console called Sega Genesis or the Mega Drive.
"We will extend this initiative to the Saturn and Dreamcast with your continued support", he is quoted as telling the crowd at Sega Fes 2018. The console will come pre-loaded with a selection of older games, though we don't have a final list yet.
But there's a good possibility that once the initial batch of 15 games is released, Sega could expand upon the collection - and in better ways than you could possibly imagine.
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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. It's unknown if the Mega Drive Mini will find its way to other countries. Other games that have been announced include Thunder Force 4, and the arcade version of Gain Ground .
Aside from a very vague release window and an image or two, we hardly know a thing about this upcoming piece of hardware.
Sega released the original Mega Drive in Japan on October 29th, 1988, and in North America on August 14th, 1989, ultimately selling more than 30 million devices worldwide.
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