Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo Switch
Manufacturer: Nintendo
Variants: Nintendo Switch Lite, Nintendo Switch OLED Model
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Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch

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The Nintendo Switch (ニンテンドースイッチ), codenamed NX, is a Nintendo video game console and successor to the Wii U released in 2017. The console sets itself apart from other video game consoles on the market due to its hybrid nature of being a home console and a handheld with detachable controllers. After the Wii U's disappointing performance, the Switch saw tremendous success, surpassing the Wii U's lifetime hardware sales in just one year.


Sega support

Sega has shown support for the Nintendo Switch as early as when the system was still known by its codename as the NX, as Sonic Forces was announced to be released on the system as far back as July 22, 2016, a mere four months before the console's official announcement.

Sega also contributed a selection of games to the classic games service available via Nintendo Switch Online. At first, Sega only offered Vice: Project Doom for the Nintendo Entertainment System (originally published by Sammy) and Super Puyo Puyo 2 for the Super NES (originally published by Compile), though would later offer a variety of Sega Mega Drive games as part of the Expansion Pack.

List of Sega games for the Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch Online


Non-Sega consoles
Nintendo Entertainment System (1983) | Game Boy (1989) | Super Nintendo Entertainment System (1990) | Nintendo 64 (1996) | Game Boy Color (1998) | Game Boy Advance (2001) | Nintendo GameCube (2001) | Nintendo DS (2004) | Wii (2006) | Nintendo 3DS (2011) | Wii U (2012) | Nintendo Switch (2017)
PlayStation (1994) | PlayStation 2 (2000) | PlayStation Portable (2004) | PlayStation 3 (2006) | PlayStation Vita (2011) | PlayStation 4 (2013) | PlayStation 5 (2020)
Xbox (2001) | Xbox 360 (2005) | Xbox One (2013) | Xbox Series X (2020)
iOS | Android | Windows Phone
Atari 2600 (1977) | ColecoVision (1982) | PC Engine (1987) | R-Zone (1995) | (1997) | WonderSwan (1998) | Neo Geo Pocket Color (1999) | N-Gage (2003) | LeapFrog Didj (2008) | Stadia (2019)