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Japan: SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo Coming 28th March

SEGA has announced a release date for SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo for the Nintendo Switch in Japan, at least. Japanese gamers will be able to purchase the title on the 28th of March, which is only a few days away. SEGA is hoping to announce a western release for SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo soon. The game features online battles and a new ranking system. It also features both the Japanese and western versions of the game.

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5 thoughts on “Japan: SEGA Ages Puyo Puyo Coming 28th March”

  1. Always good to see Puyo Puyo get a release on the switch.

    But this begs the question,

    If Tetris got a Battle Royale, where is Puyo Puyo 99?

  2. Now why is it Sega a much poorer brand than Nintendo can make their Tetris version release a sequel on Switch but much richer Nintendo cant make their Dr. MARIO or Luigi immediately and they have more money? Why is that?

  3. So why cant Nintendo work on Dr. MARIO immediately. Sega is much poorer than Nintendo. It seems it would be easier to make games immediately if you rich compared to being poor. After all Trine 4 is bout to surpass Pikmin 4 soon. And Pikmin comes from a wealthy game developer.

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