Me neither, but that doesn't stop me from getting excited about FIVE classic Sega Master System titles coming to the Switch very soon, with more to follow. While you might already be looking forward to the release, it appears as though there may be even more reason to pick up the game in certain regions.
What titles would you hope to see on the Switch from SEGA's golden years?
"SEGA AGES aims to bring prominent titles from SEGA's legacy catalog to fans around the world", an official message from the company reads. From a selection of home console classics, to a multitude of perfectly-emulated arcade games, SEGA Ages gives fans the ability to build their own retro SEGA collection unlike any other.More news: 'The Walking Dead' Stars Break Down Season Finale Shocker
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According to Sega, games selected for the Sega Ages initiative will "stay true to their original forms" while also including "new features that bring a refreshing twist to these classic titles' gameplay". Now we just need to wait for E3 to roll around so Sega can provide us with a release schedule, as well as when Saturn, Dreamcast and arcade games will start rolling in. Alex Kidd was chosen because of its great performance on the Virtual Console, especially in Europe.
It's not the first time we are hearing about the eighth generation Pokemon, a little while back we have had a few leaks that pretty much suggested this. Meanwhile, Sonic the Hegdehog, Gain Ground, and Thunder Force IV are SEGA Genesis titles; Sonic the Hedgehog and Gain Ground came out in 1991, while Thunder Force IV hit store shelves in 1992.