Some of you may remember that SEGA AGES originally launched on the SEGA Saturn in 1996 in Japan, bringing enhanced arcade ports of Puzzle & Action: Tant-R and Quiz Shukudai wo Wasuremashita to home consoles.
At the panel, it was mentioned that Sega Ages will have "fifteen games or above", meaning that depending on how well the first fifteen available games do, more will be added.
A senior producer behind the project has admitted that, if the project is to expand beyond the initial 15 games, it could likely include games from two of Sega's most noteworthy consoles - the Sega Dreamcast and Sega Saturn.
In addition to delivering the top-notch emulation M2 is known for, the new Sega Ages re-releases will include new content and features. SEGA Ages titles will start releasing on Nintendo Switch this Summer.
As somebody who's into both Sega and retro games, I've heard a lot about Sega Ages, but I've never had a chance to try out the series for myself. As such, we prefer to treat these revelations as rumors until the Pokemon Company itself confirms these details regarding the Pokemon Nintendo Switch game.The last Pokemon game to be released was Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, which was released on the Nintendo 3DS. Sega Ages will continue for a few years, so we hope you will support us.