In a follow-up interview with Japanese outlet Game Watch, Sega’s Yosuke Okunari said the team was already working on its next project and hoped to continue re-releasing past titles on Switch, but couldn’t reveal if M2 would be involved in the future.
Sega’s collaborations with M2 will seemingly continue in the future – with the M2 Twitter account recently posting the following message in response to some lovely fan art by @Tracker_TD, and asking fans to “please stay tuned”:
In the same Game Watch interview shared earlier in the week, Tsuyoshi Matsuoka (on behalf of M2) said the emulation expert still had “a lot of other titles” it wanted to port. Personally speaking, Matsuoka still wants to see Sega’s “entire history of interactive games” make a return.
The Sega Ages line officially ended with a total of 19 games. What other past titles from Sega (with the help of M2) would you like to see released on the Switch in the future? Tell us in the comments below.
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