The publisher and developer said that Alex Kidd in Miracle World (PlayStation 3 version) Gain Ground (arcade version) will be coming to the newly announced compilation. 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.
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While this may set the title apart from the typical family friendly titles Nintendo is known for publishing on its consoles, it's worth noting that Australia is typically much stricter about what is considered offensive or objectionable content in games.
The team has also confirmed that arcade releases will be part of the line-up, with Gain Ground being the initial launch title.
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It's also very close, it's just seven goals. "I will try my best to score again and help the team". Jürgen Klopp's team eventually advanced 5-1 on aggregate and will play AS Roma in the semi-finals.
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. With Phantasy Star, you'll be able to change the walking speed, difficulty and more features from the Phantasy Star Collection. Now, over 20 years later, the series aims do the same on Nintendo Switch this Summer, adding ports of Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, and arcade games to the platform's library.
The first batch of SEGA Ages releases Summer 2018.
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The games of course take inspiration from classic LCD games from the 80s, much like Game & Watch. You can see a few screenshots below and the trailer is at the end of this article.
And what about you, what games for Saturn and Dreamcast would you like to see in the SEGA Ages series?