Sega Ages G-LOC Air Battle

Sega Ages G-LOC Air Battle Cleared for Landing on April 30, 2020.

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The next Sega Ages game is about to fly to Nintendo Switch systems outside of Japan. Sega Ages G-LOC Air Battle, which originally made by Yu Suzuki and is an optimal port of the arcade version of the game, will arrive on the eShop on April 30, 2020.

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Sega Ages G-LOC Air Battle is a flight sim where players take on different stages based on which difficulty level they choose. There are easy, standard, and hard options, which range from nine beginner level missions to up to sixteen that qualify as expert level stages. This version also has a moving cabinet display among its screen options and the option to submit your scores to online leaderboards.

As is common with the Sega Ages line, there is something special in G-LOC Air Battle : its Ages mode. This mode has 16 additional stages that are designed to challenge the people playing. The enemies, lock-on system, and weaponry in this mode are all designed to be more accurate and powerful.

You can watch the Japanese trailer to get an idea of how it will look and play on the Nintendo Switch.

Some other recent Sega Ages games include Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Puyo Puyo 2, Fantasy Zone, and Shinobi. 

Sega Ages G-LOC Air Battle is immediately available on the Nintendo Switch in Japan. People will be able to find it on the Nintendo eShop in other regions on April 30, 2020. It will cost $7.99.

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