SEGA Ages Has Been Announced for the Nintendo Switch

SEGA Ages Has Been Announced for the Nintendo Switch

I can take over 15 titles... but it still is not the Mega Drive Collection.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Apr 14, 2018 @ 11:39 AM (Staff Bios)
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SEGA FES 2018 has unveiled a boatload of important announcements: the Mega Drive Mini and Shenmue I and II, to name the greatest highlights.

But we cannot forget about the reveal of SEGA Ages, which will be headed to the Nintendo Switch this year. The collection of over 15 games is currently in development at Japanese studio M2 and will be available worldwide. While SEGA did not provide a full list as to what would be in the collection, the company confirmed three: Phantasy Star, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Thunder Force 4.

While it is not the SEGA Mega Drive Collection, which features over 50 retro classics and is due for release on May 29 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (and PC, but it kind of already exists on PC), it is still something for Switch owners.

What am I saying?

The Switch should have the collection too!

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