Sega Ages May Include Saturn And Dreamcast Games If It Does Well

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Sega hasn't announced an exact release date or pricing details for the Sega Ages games, but the publisher shared a handful of screenshots of them, which you can take a look at above. While The Big N continues to drag its feet on any sort of Switch Virtual Console, Sega has revealed it will be reviving the Sega Ages series on the system. It revealed that five games would be making the jump initially, including Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Phantasy Star, Thunder Force IV, Sonic the Hedgehog and as well as a port of the original arcade version of Gain Ground. SEGA AGES aims to bring prominent titles from a selection of home console classics and a host of perfectly-emulated arcade games. Thunder Force IV will see the Styx Mode from the SEGA Saturn edition return, and online leaderboards will also be supported. Sega Ages will continue for a few years, so we hope you will support us. These titles are only the start, and SEGA is even promising that some future SEGA Ages games will be ones that never officially released in the west.

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The Mega Drive Mini (or Sega Genesis Mini, as it'll more likely be named in the U.S.) will include a rewind feature, and all versions except the one released in Japan are said to include a cartridge slot. 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.

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