If classic games are your thing, then you might be interested to learn that SEGA has announced that it will be bringing its SEGA Genesis Classics onto the Nintendo Switch. This collection was actually announced earlier this year and also launched for competing consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One, but now it looks like Switch gamers will be able to get in on the action.
There will be 50 different SEGA games include in this bundle, so it’s actually a pretty decent deal if you’re looking to relive some classics. The bundle will include some pretty classic franchises such as Sonic and also some of the older Mortal Kombat titles, and so on. However it won’t just be about old games as SEGA will introduce some “modern” features.
This includes the ability to save the games at any time, meaning that you can always pick up where you left off at a later date. Users can also rewind any slip ups they might have, and even customize their controls to their liking. There will also be online multiplayer for some of the titles, and also achievements that players can earn.
Unfortunately there is no release date set for the game because its listing on Amazon seems to have a placeholder date for the 31st of December, 2018, but gamers who are interested can head on over and pre-order it for $30.
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