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This month’s issue of Nintendo Dream reveals that M2 ShotTriggers console versions of four Toaplan-developed shoot ’em up games are coming to Switch. The lineup includes Twin Cobra, Truxton II, Flying Shark, and Out Zone.

Release dates have not yet been announced. However, M2 has indicated that it will bring the Toaplan games to consoles starting in 2020. In fact, the company intends to put out every title Toaplan made in the future.

The official website for SEGA Ages Herzog Zwei has opened, providing details and screenshots for the upcoming Switch release.

Here’s the full roundup, courtesy of Gematsu:

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Last week, a special bonus game was revealed for Namcot Collection. Those who purchase all ten games in the collection will receive a retro remake of Pac-Man Championship Edition from 2007.

M2, the studio behind the SEGA Ages games and 3D Classics titles is actually behind that version. Director Naoki Horii shared more about the project and said that it actually started out as a 3DS release. The team has ultimately been working on it for nearly five years.

Horii said the following on Twitter, as translated by Siliconera:

After previously debuting in Japan, SEGA AGES Thunder Force AC will reach Switch in North America and Europe on May 28. We have an English trailer for the game below.

SEGA AGES Thunder Force AC will be offered on Switch via the eShop.

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SEGA Ages Thunder Force AC landed on the Japanese Switch eShop yesterday, but it’s now available in the west just yet. Thankfully, the wait won’t be terribly long. An eShop listing reveals that SEGA Ages Thunder Force AC is heading west on May 28.

We have the following overview for SEGA Ages Thunder Force AC:

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SEGA has put out a trailer for SEGA Ages Thunder Force AC, which is out now for Switch in Japan. Watch the new video below.

SEGA Ages Thunder Force AC is available on the Japanese Switch eShop. It’ll be available in North America and Europe sometime in the near future, though a specific date has yet to be confirmed.

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Earlier today, SEGA Ages Thunder Force AC was added to the Japanese Switch eShop. Get a look at some footage in the video below.

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The next SEGA Ages game has been dated for Japan. Thunder Force AC is slated for digital release on May 14, SEGA announced today. Pricing is set at 999 yen.

There’s no word yet on when SEGA Ages Thunder Force AC will be out in the west, but it should launch within the next couple of months. We’ll share an update when we have the overseas release date.


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On April 30, SEGA Ages G-LOC Air Battle will be released in both North America and Europe. We have an English trailer for the game below.

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SEGA Ages kicked off on Switch back in September 2018 with Sonic the Hedgehog. Just a couple of months ago, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 was finally made available as well. Although there’s currently nothing on the horizon, other entries in the series for Switch may not be out of the question in the future.

In a interview with Game Watch earlier this year, SEGA’s Yosuke Okunari was asked if games like Sonic 3, Sonic & Knuckles, and even the arcade title SegaSonic the Hedgehog are possible for re-release. Okunari indicated that there aren’t any set plans, but if the initial collection of SEGA Ages titles is determined to be a success, it’s something the team would like to consider.

Okunari’s full words: