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SEGA Ages: Out Run comes out later this year for Switch

Back in September, SEGA announced that some of their classic titles would be heading to Nintendo Switch in the near future. In a recent tweet by SEGA of Japan, it was announced that SEGA Ages: Out Run would be headed to Switch’s eShop sometime this year.

Here are some of Out Runs details from SEGA of Japan (translated by Gematsu):


Even More Songs on Top of the 3DS Additions – The Nintendo Switch version supports wide-screen and 60 frames per second graphics. The additional background music tracks added to the 3DS version, “Cruising Line” and “Camino a Mi Amor,” are included in the Switch release in addition to three songs from successive Out Run series titles, arranged to match the sound style of the first Out Run. As for which songs will be used, stay tuned for more information.

Gyro Controller Support – Gyro sensor support allows you to play while moving the device like the arcade handle.

The Additional Elements from the 3DS version, Including Machine Tuning – The tuning elements added to the 3DS version are included. Change the performance of your car with the addition of four part types: cornering, engine, tire, and bumper.

Do you plan on getting any of these titles for Switch when they’re released later this year? Discuss in the comments below!

Via Gematsu 


Marcin Gulik

Live and learn everyday. Dreamcast and Shenmue are the epitome of gaming!
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