The miniature version of the classic 16-bit Sega system has been given a 2018 release date, although it's unclear if it will launch in the U.S. and Europe.
Yes, you have read the title correctly, SEGA has recently announced that it will be bringing more than 15 of their, classic SEGA Ages titles on Nintendo Switch. It's not now known if this console is based on the AtGames hardware Sega spoke about importing into Japan recently, but externally, the system seems to be all-new.More news: Huey Lewis cancels concerts due to hearing loss
Sega will be cashing in on the wave that Nintendo started with their smaller NES and SNES products, and it could work extremely well. 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.
That's unlike other third-party models available on the market right now. If this announcement seems strangely familiar, that's because AtGames has already gifted fans with a classic plug and play system boasting a plethora of games.More news: Death Of 7-Month-Old Oxford Baby Under Investigation By Wellington Police
The collection features games such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Golden Axe and Streets of Rage.
Back in March, Sega announced that the Sega Genesis Collection will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in May, and will be bringing with it over 50 Genesis games.More news: Commonwealth Games 2018: Vinesh Phogat wins Gold in Women's 50kg freestyle category
The collection will also feature online multiplayer, Trophies/Achievements, saves and more.