Sega Announces AGES For Nintendo Switch, Mega Drive Mini Console


No other details were announced, with SEGA saying more details will be shared soon.

This year was different, however, and there was something for everyone. That's right, there's a Mega Drive Mini in the works.

According to Famitsu (via Forbes), development of the new Mega Drive Mini will be handled by Sega.

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At the same event, Sega has also announced that updated versions of its classic titles Shenmue I and Shenmue II are heading to the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, and PC.

The game will include both English and Japanese voiceovers, visuals options for PC, a choice between modern and classic control schemes, fully scalable screen resolution, and it will come both in physical and digital forms. The full range of games it will offer is unknown (it seems SEGA was asking fans what titles they wanted?), but we do know it will be arriving in Japan in 2018. Currently, only three games have been announced: Phantasy Star, Thunder Force IV, and Sonic the Hedgehog. If the renowned video-game developer includes some of the best titles from their library with the micro-console, then it will nearly be a must-have item for gamers who miss the days of foiling Doctor Eggman or indulging in a few hours of Double Dragon. So far, the only entry to have made it to the West was the fifth entry, Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love in 2010 for the PS2 and Wii.

We don't get the box set, but we can pick and choose.