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.
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Sega Ages series producer Kagasei Shimomura is quoted as saying that he wants to expand the official lineup past the now confirmed retro games being worked on. There's no word on the game's exact release date, but Sega has stated that Europe, Japan, and North America will receive the first wave of classic Sega titles for Switch sometime this summer.
The company did not say when we can expect the Sega Mega Drive Mini to be released, except that it will be some time this year.
It was also announced that Gain Ground will be joined by other arcade games, while Rieko Kodama was also confirmed as the producer on the new Sega Ages project.