Racing, shooters... strategy... mini-game collections?
Sega has unveiled the next several games in the M2-developed Ages line for Switch.
Virtua Racing, which was previously confirmed, was listed as "80% complete" and is likely to release soon, though no dates were given for any of the games. The newly announced games are:
- G-LOC: Air Battle, a 1990 arcade plane-based shooter whose sequel was later converted into After Burner III for consoles: the game refers to G-Force Loss of Consciousness
- Herzog Zwei, Technosoft's early real-time strategy game for Genesis, whose Ages version will add online play
- Puzzle and Action: Ichidant-R, a medieval-themed minigame collection that has never previously been localized
- Fantasy Zone, the "cute-em-up" which previously had a M2-powered re-release on the 3DS
- Wonder Boy in Monster Land, the Genesis game in the labyrinthine Wonder Boy/Monster Boy series
- Shinobi, the ninja action game whose Ages version will be based on the original arcade game