Sega recently announced that it is releasing a mini version of its iconic Mega Drive game system. The system is supposed to be available sometime in 2018. Also Sega fans may rejoice as the company further announced that at least 15 classic Sega games will hit the Switch this summer to celebrate the system’s 30th anniversary.
Sega has appointed AtGames to build the hardware. AtGames had previously built the shoddy Sega Genesis Flashback, so hopefully this system will be better than that version. The mini NES and SNES are lovely throwbacks that bring the best of the past to the present .
Sega Ages series producer Kagasei Shimomura hints Sega Dreamcast games could also hit the Switch, which could bring Phantasy Star Online or Jet Set Radio to Nintendo’s system.
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