Sega Ages For Nintendo Switch Could Expand With Dreamcast, Saturn Games

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Retro Sega Games coming to Nintendo Switch this summer

Sega Games Senior Producer Kagasei Shimomura announced at Sega Fes 2018 that Sega Ages for Nintendo Switch may expand to include Sega Saturn and Sega Dreamcast games if the line of games do well. The publisher and developer said that Alex Kidd in Miracle World (PlayStation 3 version) Gain Ground (arcade version) will be coming to the newly announced compilation.

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The initiative will bring a number of classic titles from the software giant to Ninty's hybrid box, including Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star, and Thunder Force IV.

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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. However, a feature in an official Nintendo magazine in Spain has purportedly revealed several crucial details about the Pokemon game on the hybrid console. Thunder Force IV will see the Styx Mode from the SEGA Saturn edition return, and online leaderboards will also be supported. SEGA AGES will launch in North America, Europe, and Japan. 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. Now, SEGA Ages is being rebooted on the Nintendo Switch, delivering the most faithful ports of Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, and arcade games for the current generation.

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