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Six more games in the SEGA Ages series were revealed during a stage show at SEGA Fes today. Shinobi, Wonder Boy, Fantasy Zone, Puzzle & Action: Ichidant-R, Herzog Zwei, and G-LOC: Air Battle are all in the pipeline for Switch.

SEGA Ages Virtua Racer is also still happening. While there’s no release date yet, development is 80% complete. That means we should be seeing it sooner rather than later.

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Alex Kidd and Grain Ground launched on Switch in the west today as the latest entries in the SEGA Ages series. A trailer for the two games can be found below.

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A new trailer has come online to promote the Japanese release of SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo on the Switch eShop (other regions will follow soon). Watch the video below.

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SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo launched for Switch in Japan today, with other regions to follow later. Get a look at some footage below.

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The next SEGA Ages game has received a release date. In Japan, SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo will be available on March 28 via the eShop. Pricing is set at 925 yen.

SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo will support online battles, a new ranking system, and the English overseas arcade version.

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Listings confirm that two SEGA Ages games are dropping on Switch in the west next week. On March 28, Alex Kidd in Miracle World and Gain Ground will both be available.

Here’s an overview of both:

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The second annual SEGA Fes will be taking place in Japan next weekend. Just like last year, several stage shows are planned. The full lineup was announced today, and a session for SEGA Ages has been confirmed.

During the event, updates on announced titles and the latest information will be provided. SEGA Ages lead producer and director Rieko Kodama, SEGA Ages supervisor Yosuke Okunari, and M2 president Naoki Horii will be attending.

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The next Sega Ages game coming to Nintendo Switch will be Virtual Racing. It will be available on the eShop sometime this Spring. So far, it’s only confirmed for release on the Japanese eShop.

Several new features will be added to the arcade classic with this racing. The game will feature one-on-one online multiplayer races. Finally, this release will also feature local multiplayer via split-screen for up to eight players. You’ll definitely need a big TV if you’re going for eight-player split-screen races. You can choose to race either five laps or 20 laps in local multiplayer.

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To celebrate the release of Alex Kidd in Miracle World on the Japanese Switch eShop, SEGA sent out a new trailer. We have it below.

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SEGA Ages Alex Kidd in Miracle World is out now in Japan, with the western release to follow soon. Have a look at some footage below.