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SEGA Ages kicked off the weekend with a new announcement for Switch owners. Starting this summer, SEGA and M2 will be publishing classic games on the eShop. Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star, Thunder Force IV, Alex Kidd, and Gain Ground are among the confirmed titles. During a stage show at SEGA Fes, more details about the download initiative were shared.

Once the last wave of 3D Classics on 3DS wrapped up, it was decided that it would be a waste to just leave it there. That’s what initially led to SEGA and M2 once again partnering on classic games for Switch.

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QubicGames has readied a gameplay launch trailer for Pirates: All Aboard!, which arrived on the Switch eShop this week. We have the video below.

Travis Strikes Again is quite a bit different from the original No More Heroes games. You’ll be entering the worlds / genres of a few different titles, including action, racing, and puzzle.

The origins of these different games are rather interesting. In an interview with SideQuesting, director Suda51 revealed that the team took inspiration from “several old projects that I had in mind that I made project documents about, but they never went anywhere.”

It wasn’t too long ago that Mad Gear Games released A Hole New World on Switch. The studio’s next title, Kemono Heroes, is now confirmed for the system as well. Kemono Heroes was on display at Tokyo Sandbox this past weekend and Game*Sparks reports that a Switch version is confirmed.

Kemono Heroes in an arcade-platformer title with different characters to play as, each with unique abilities. You’ll also be able to unlock and upgrade different weapons. Co-op play is supported, and Mad Gear says the experience will be different each day you play.

New footage has emerged showing off the Runaways DLC added to LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 this week. Have a look at some gameplay below.

SEGA showed a brief glimpse of Valkyria Chronicles 4 running on Switch at SEGA Fes today. We recorded the brief off-screen footage, which you can see below.

The first Valkyria Chronicles is heading to Switch, SEGA announced at SEGA Fes 2018 today. In Japan, it will be released as “Valkyria Chronicles for Nintendo Switch” this fall via the eShop.

The first Valkyria Chronicles on Switch will include previously-released DLC. Also, those who purchase Valkyria Chronicles 4 will be able to pick up the newly-announced first title for 500 yen.

Speaking of Valkyria Chronicles 4, the title will now arrive this fall in Japan as opposed to summer. The change will not have an impact on the western launch as it was already scheduled for fall in North America and Europe.

To kick off SEGA Fes 2018, one of the first announcements made was SEGA Ages for Switch. In partnership with M2, a bunch of classic games will begin making their way to the eShop this summer.

A “Classic Game Stage” was just hosted at SEGA Fes 2018 where some additional details about SEGA Ages were revealed. First up, below is the full lineup of titles confirmed (there will be at least 15 in total):

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Dufgames has announced an upcoming patch for Black Hole, the arcade style dual-stick space shooter for Switch. Version 1.1 is planned for early May.

The update will entail “will fix bugs and address the save game mechanic as well as some other small additions.” Dufgames is also planning more content updates for the future.

In other news, Black Hole has received a demo on the eShop. Switch owners can try out the first five levels of the game for each difficulty and ship.

Source: Dufgames PR

The soundtrack for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is massive. Despite all of the music the game has, an official OST release is happening. Fans in Japan will be able to pick up the soundtrack on May 23.

Back when the soundtrack was announced, lead composer Yasunori Mitsuda wrote up a blog explaining how difficult it was putting everything together. Fortunately, nextday from VGMdb translated a good portion of the post.

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