During a press conference this week, Sega announced its plans to bring some of its classic titles to Nintendo's newest gaming console. During the event, Sega teased that it is planning to release more than 15 games under the Sega Ages banner. Plus Genesis versions of Thunder Force IV, Sonic the Hedgehod, and the original arcade version of Gain Ground. Developed by M2, the Japanese developer known for high-quality ports of classic games such as the popular Sega 3D Classics series on the Nintendo 3DS, Sega Ages aims to bring prominent titles from Sega's legacy catalog to fans around the world. The first SEGA AGES batch will come out this summer.
An array of classic Sega titles are coming to the Nintendo Switch. The studio was also involved in other retro re-releases from Sega.More news: Bella Hadid and The Weeknd kissing at Coachella
Just a few hours ago, we reported on the news that Sega would be introducing a number of classic games from its library on the Nintendo Switch, under the brand name Sega Ages. "Translating the Pokemon featured text we get this in English: "After a lifetime associated with portable consoles, the canonical pokemon will take the leap to a table with its eighth generation. game freak and the pokemon company are rethinking the saga to surprise with new mechanics, either in 2018 or later".
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.More news: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is codenamed as 'Crown'
The company did not say when we can expect the Sega Mega Drive Mini to be released, except that it will be some time this year. M2 was also responsible for the Game Boy Advance line of Virtual Console titles on Wii U.More news: JIT to probe firing at residence of Justice Ijazul Ahsan