Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Mega Drive and Master System set for Nintendo Switch

Mega Drive and Master System set for Nintendo Switch

The game has not yet received a rating by the ESRB for its North American release later this year, though the game's rating would most likely translate to a T rating in America and Canada. 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. Over time, the SEGA Ages series grew to encompass enhanced ports of dozens of games across multiple systems.

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.

Sega is bringing a slate of its classic titles to Nintendo Switch.

More titles are planned from the annals of Sega's vast gaming library, so with this unique virtual console headed to Switch in the coming months Switch is fast becoming the place to enjoy your favourite retro classics.


The initiative will bring a number of classic titles from the software giant to Ninty's hybrid box, including Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star, and Thunder Force IV.

Some additional details about some of the games to be featured in SEGA AGES were revealed at SEGA Fes 2018 in a panel after the announcement. We certainly will, but we want to hear your take on this revived retro series.

The first round of Sega Ages titles hit the Nintendo Switch this summer.

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