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Sega Ages Bringing Classics To Switch Beginning In Summer 2018

Sega Ages Bringing Classics To Switch Beginning In Summer 2018

The biggest announcement so far has been the introduction of the SEGA MegaDrive Mini.

The Mega Drive Mini, which is scheduled for release this year, is simply a fun-size version of the classic 16-bit machine, which first launched in Japan in 1988, before being rolled out globally over the following two years.

This could be a change in direction from the company's long-standing relationship with AtGames, whose Sega Genesis Flashback console tried, and failed, to match Nintendo's efforts a year ago. Would you like the arrival of a Sega Genesis Mini?

Russia warns of 'consequences,' slams Trump in wake of Syria attack
According to The Pentagon, there has been some "initial surface to air missile activity" from Syria, but no other retaliation. May said the strikes would "send a clear signal to anyone else who believes they can use chemical weapons with impunity".

The Sega Genesis console was a massive global success.

Next, SEGA announced SEGA Ages for the gaming console Nintendo Switch and stated that it would be available at Nintendo eShop. Sega famously exited the hardware business after the failure of the Sega Dreamcast in 2001. The name "Mega Drive Mini" has been used to describe the device, but it might be renamed before it goes on sale. Sega Ages will be a collection of classic SEGA games that can be individually purchased, instead of the boxed collection coming to other platforms. For starters, it's smaller than the Flashback console, missing a full-sized cartridge post and adding the console's original volume slider.

The miniature version of the classic 16-bit Sega system has been given a 2018 release date, although it's unclear if it will launch in the United States and Europe.


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