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Now that the SEGA Ages Switch series has come to an end, Famitsu recently held an interview looking back with key members of staff. During the discussion, the developers were asked about the popularity of the games in Japan and overseas. Everyone seemed to have different answers, but they referenced some data to back their thoughts up, too.

Included in the interview are Rieko Kodama (producer/director), Yosuke Okunari (supervisor), and Tsuyoshi Matsuoka (M2 director).

Check out our translation of the excerpt below.

Our winners are in! Congratulations to V. Polvela, Björn Roguszka, Sam, Frulla95, and Roto Prime.


SEGA was kind enough to provide us with a few codes for the final entry in the SEGA Ages series, Herzog Zwei. Five copies are up for grabs in total.

To enter our giveaway, leave a comment below mentioning your favorite SEGA Ages game that has released on Switch. Since Switch is region free, anyone can enter. Just keep in mind that we have North American codes, so if you’re a winner in Europe, you may need to create a North American Nintendo Account in order to redeem it.

Herzog Zwei, the final entry in the SEGA Ages series on Switch, is launching in the west today. SEGA announced that it’s publishing the game as part of today’s eShop update.

Here’s everything you need to know about SEGA Ages Herzog Zwei, along with a trailer:

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Footage has emerged for SEGA Ages Herzog Zwei, the final entry in SEGA’s re-release line for Switch. View the gameplay below.

SEGA Ages Herzog Zwei is out now for Switch via the Japanese eShop. Look for a western launch in the near future.

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Herzog Zwei has launched as the latest SEGA Ages game for Switch, and SEGA has prepared a trailer to celebrate. View it below.

SEGA Ages Herzog Zwei is out now on the Japanese Switch eShop. A western release will follow later.

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The SEGA Ages series has been ongoing since 2018 on Switch. We’ve seen a wide variety of classic games return on the system, ranging from Sonic the Hedgehog to Virtua Racing. But now after the development of 19 titles, SEGA Ages is coming to an end.

In an interview with Japanese outlet Game Watch, SEGA’s Yosuke Okunari confirmed that there are currently no plans for additional games. However, he did confirm that the team’s next project is moving along. And while we don’t have any specifics, Okunari suggested that we may still see additional re-releases on Switch in the future.

Nintendo Everything’s full translation is as follows:

The next SEGA Ages game has been dated for Switch – at least in Japan. SEGA announced today that Herzog Zwei will release on August 27 via the eShop. Pricing is set at 999 yen.

A release date for SEGA Ages Herzog Zwei has not been announced for the west at this time. Stay tuned for news regarding the launch in North America and Europe.

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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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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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