Sega announces Sega Ages for Switch

Sega Are Releasing A Mini Version Of The Mega Drive

Sega Ages coming to Nintendo Switch

SEGA has announced that SEGA AGES will release on Nintendo Switch, news that was shared at SEGA FES 2018 in Akihabara, Japan. With games like Sonic the Hedgehog, Mortal Kombat, and Golden Axe in its extensive library, the Genesis became one of the most beloved consoles of all time. Sega Ages features classic Sega games.

You can check out a delightfully retro 15-second announcement trailer below.

That said, M2 will be handling the porting of these upcoming games, so this is really a good news. That has not stopped companies like Hamster from bringing classic titles to the handheld hybrid, and now it appears that Sega and M2 will follow suit by bringing a number of Sega games to the platform. 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.

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Talking about teaming up, Sega has also announced its partnership with Retro-Bit in order to manufacture classic peripherals and accessories.

The Sega Genesis console was a massive global success. At the moment though we are not completely sure what they have apparently partnered up for.

Sega released the original Mega Drive in Japan on October 29th, 1988, and in North America on August 14th, 1989, ultimately selling more than 30 million devices worldwide.

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