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16 April 2018, 09:10 | Casey Mitchell
NINTENDOLatest Nintendo Switch games news for Pokemon fans
Over time, the SEGA Ages series grew to encompass enhanced ports of dozens of games across multiple systems. Most of these compilations never left Japan, but many hardcore retro gaming enthusiasts and Sega fans still consider Sega Ages to be the gold standard when it comes to classic game re-releases. SEGA Ages titles will start releasing on Nintendo Switch this Summer. SEGA AGES will launch in North America, Europe, and Japan.
Just a few hours ago, we reported on the news that Sega would be introducing a number of classic games from its library on the Nintendo Switch, under the brand name Sega Ages.
A senior producer behind the project has admitted that, if the project is to expand beyond the initial 15 games, it could likely include games from two of Sega's most noteworthy consoles - the Sega Dreamcast and Sega Saturn. However, a feature in an official Nintendo magazine in Spain has purportedly revealed several crucial details about the Pokemongame on the hybrid console.
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