Published On: Sat, Apr 18th, 2020

Sega Ages G-LOC: Air Battle Is Getting A Western Switch Release Later This Month


After rising on a Japanese Switch eShop towards a finish of final month, it has now been suggested that SEGA AGES G-LOC: Air Battle will be expelled in a west on 30th April.

The game, combined by acclaimed engineer Yu Suzuki, has we dodging and weaving your approach by fraudulent skies, holding control of an initial aircraft on a array of timed missions. It’s arguably many famous for being one of a games that upheld Sega’s insane R360 arcade cabinet.

We indeed went forward and reviewed a Japanese chronicle a integrate of weeks ago. Here’s what we had to say:

An action-packed arcade pretension with a larger concentration on descent play than a likes of After Burner. G-LOC’s first-ever home recover is a acquire one. It’s got a integrate of frustrating stages and, as is a box with many arcade games, it has longevity issues, though as prolonged as we don’t mind personification a same brief array of stages over and over again to corner yourself adult a online rankings, it’s a good approach to pass 10 mins during a time.

As with all Sega Ages games, this one will be accessible on Switch for $7.99 / £5.99 – unless you’ve already picked adult a Japanese version, of course.

Have we been watchful for this one to fly westward? Let us know if we devise to collect it adult with a criticism below.

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