Puyo Puyo and Puyo Puyo Tsu coming to the SEGA AGES lineup

It’s been recently announced in SEGA’s latest Puyo Puyo Championship stream that the first two Puyo Puyo arcade games, Puyo Puyo and Puyo Puyo Tsu respectively, are coming to the SEGA AGES lineup on the Nintendo Switch! No specific details have been dropped regarding what is new to these specific ports or when they’ll releases, though based on screenshots both games will be based on their arcade versions, and will sport borders like the other SEGA AGES titles. The borders themselves are based on the instruction flyers found on their respective arcade machines.

It’s unknown at this time if these two installments will receive a release outside of Japan. However, in the scenario that they do, Puyo Puyo would notably be the first time it got a western release untouched, unlike what happened with Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine and Kirby’s Avalanche in the past. It’s also worth noting that the Puyo Puyo series was a top 10 wanted choice in SEGA’s official SEGA AGES survey from nearly 3 months ago. It’s not clear if the poll had any influence with pushing out these Puyo Puyo releases, but we might expect similar results like Virtua Fighter titles appearing if they are genuinely taking the poll seriously.


3 responses to “Puyo Puyo and Puyo Puyo Tsu coming to the SEGA AGES lineup

  1. Senjav says:

    Talk about another missed opportunity on Segas part, first Outrun and now this for the Switch only, ffs people don’t buy Nintendo hardware for Sega stuff, SEGA should know that by now from the Gamecube, Wii and the Wii U, and even on the handhelds it was more hit or miss.

  2. Tattler says:

    They relegated the entire Sega Ages line up to the Switch exclusively it seems, so unless Sega does the right thing eventually, we’re going to see a lot more of these disappointments in future. Another epic fail Sega.

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