The guesses were made under the assumption that SEGA would actually announce something worthwhile, but as stated before, SEGA typically doesn't have many exciting announcements during its FES events. No other details were announced, with SEGA saying more details will be shared soon.
This year was different, however, and there was something for everyone. In competitive terms, Sega Mega Drive had difficulties in Japan due to the popularity that Nintendo had in that country thanks to the success of the Famicom and later with the Super Famicom, however, in America it was a commercially successful console, just like in Europe.
A few weeks ago the SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis) Collection was announced for PS4 and Xbox, with Nintendo fans feeling left out from enjoying classic SEGA games on the Switch. According to Sega the games will come with Japanese and English voiceovers and an updated user interface. Over 15 games will arrive on the Switch eShop this Winter in Australia. However, the Switch was seemingly absent from this announcement. It will be coming to Japan and the West this summer.
SEGA didn't provide the full list of titles, but three were confirmed: Phantasy Star, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Thunder Force 4.
For those unfamiliar with the series, Sakura Taisen is a series of tactical RPGs that features a sim-based story system where the player's actions have a direct impact on the game's outcome.
We don't get the box set, but we can pick and choose.