SEGA Unveils the First Five SEGA Ages Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch

SEGA Unveils the First Five SEGA Ages Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch

And the latest announcement concerns some new retro titles being brought to Nintendo's latest console.

Additionally, the magazine article states that the Pokemon Company is looking to incorporate new gameplay mechanics in the Pokemon Nintendo Switch game and that it will arrive sometime in 2018 or even later.

This is quite interesting as according to the magazine Nintendo's next Pokemon title for the Switch will have some new mechanics, this raises the question at what classic mechanics will be changed and what will be added in replacement.

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Unlike the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection, Sega Ages titles won't be released in a physical compilation.

The first five SEGA AGES titles have been announced, including such notable games as the Sega Master System versions of Phantasy Star and Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Sega Genesis versions of Thunder Force IV and Sonic the Hedgehog, as well as a port of the original arcade version of Gain Ground. We've seen developers take advantage of the Switch's popularity by raising the cost of some popular games that get ported to the console, but we imagine that these games will be available for a comparable price. During the Sega Fes event in Japan, the publisher announced Sega Ages, a lineup of retro Sega games that are coming to North America, Europe, and Japan later this year. Now we just need to wait for E3 to roll around so Sega can provide us with a release schedule, as well as when Saturn, Dreamcast and arcade games will start rolling in.

When asked about other systems, Sega said that if Sega Ages does well past the initial 15 games that will be offered, Dreamcast and Saturn games could also make it in the future.

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