Classic SEGA games are coming to the Switch

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Not only will there be a Mega Drive Mini, Sega has also confirmed there will be a Mega Drive eShop on the Nintendo Switch labeled as Sega Ages. We'll have more information on the Sega Ages initiative as it develops! Over time, the SEGA Ages series grew to encompass enhanced ports of dozens of games across multiple systems.

KitGuru Says: I had a Sega Mega Drive when I was younger, so I have many fond memories of the console.

If Supreme got into video games, they'd probably put out tiny versions of classic consoles. As news regarding the game is unveiled, Nintendo Enthusiast will have it covered. According to Polygon, the 2018 console is expected to incorporate retro hardware, which was also used in the previous Mega Drive clones such as the Sega Genesis Flashback.

Other details that came out of the talk include SEGA's decision to continue expanding the Classic releases, following the last wave of 3D games. Two other games - Ground Gain and Thunder Force IV - will be included in the 15-game collection.

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"We will extend this initiative to the Saturn and Dreamcast with your continued support", he is quoted as telling the crowd at Sega Fes 2018. "MegaDrive Mini" (provisional name) made a decision to be released in 2018! Today, the Japanese gaming luminary announced that the SMS versions of Phantasy Star and Alex Kidd are coming to the Switch.

Sega first launched the original Mega Drive in Japan on October 29, 1988, then in North America on August 14, 1989 as the Sega Genesis.

A miniature version of the Sega Mega Drive, called the Sega Genesis in the USA, will be released later this year, Sega announced this weekend at its Sega FES event. No price or release date for the Mega Drive Mini has been revealed just yet, though we won't be surprised to see it hit the shelves around October 29, the date the original Mega Drive was first sold in 1988.