Sega Ages Puzzle & Action: Ichidant-R Coming Quickly To Japanese Switch eShop



Sega has revealed Puzzle &amp Action: Ichidant-R is “coming quickly” to the Japanese Switch eShop. This upcoming Sega Ages release began out life in the arcades in 1994 and was ultimately produced obtainable on the Game Gear and Mega Drive (Genesis).

The Switch eShop version will function an arcade mode, Mega Drive mode (comprised of a quest, competitors, and totally free mode) along with network play – enabling players to play collectively on-line. Here’s a synopsis of the arcade mode, courtesy of Gematsu:

The odd duo return, only this time as a pair of knights in a medieval planet. Players have to clear 4 stages and 10 rounds of mini-game battles to save the princess kidnapped by the Demon King. The vivid graphics only obtainable in the arcade version are reproduced in this version. If you use the helper, you will commence the game with 20 hearts and there is only a single quota per mini-game, so you can play quicker and a lot more casually.

As for the Mega Drive mode, here’s what you can anticipate from it:

  • Quest Mode – A mode in which you level-up even though collecting Philosopher’s Stones to defeat the Demon King. It supports up to two players. The story is as follows: A single day, a Demon King appeared in a peaceful kingdom. The Demon King took the princess hostage and commandeered the castle, erecting a barrier about it. To defeat the Demon King, you have to gather the Philosopher’s Stones scattered about the planet to destroy the castle’s barrier. The knights who set out on this journey hear the story of the Demon King from the men and women of a village, then commence their journey to gather the Philosopher’s Stones.
  • Competitors Mode – Progress by way of a sugoroku-shaped field and compete in the games on the tiles you land. Up to 4 players are supported.
  • No cost Mode – Earn points primarily based on your efficiency. The player who reaches a specific quantity of points initially will win. Up to 4 players are supported.

And right here are some screenshots:


Is this a release you believe you would be interested in playing? What other Sega games would you like to see added to the Ages line? Comment under.


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