Explains why Sega Genesis Classics wasn't announced for the Switch, but for those familiar with M2's fabulous work with Sega's arcade heritage, this is potentially more interesting anyways.
More than 15 classics will be coming out digitally. These include Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star, and Thunderforce IV (Which is sadly absent from Sega Genesis Classics on the PS4/XB1). Phantasy Star is new here, but with the 3d requirement lifted, probably a relatively simple inclusion for M2.
And I've read elsewhere that they will be released worldwide this time around with a simultaneous release across regions. But even if that doesn't happen, the Switch is region free. And it's apparently easy to purchase content off the eShop from other regions.
Hopefully the arcade games aren't left out. In particular, I'd love to see the 16:9/60 fps conversion of Outrun and Thunder Blade appear here on a console, and for a decent home port of Turbo Outrun at long last. Maybe we'll even see fresh arcade content appearing here that M2 wasn't able to deliver to the 3DS, like Outrunners.
Edited by Atariboy, Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:53 AM.