Posts Tagged ‘sega’
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E3 2017: Sonic Forces Gameplay Preview

by Jeffrey Harrison June 22, 2017
Sonic the Hedgehog has been through many ups and downs over the years. SEGA’s mascot has had his fair share of duds over the years, but he usually manages to bounce back. The 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog game was greatly maligned, and the franchise was able to survive that and have a great comeback. In […]

Sega Forever Brings Classic Games To Mobile Devices With Free-To-Play Model

by Nathan Gibsonon June 21, 2017
If you have ever wanted to play Sega’s entire collection of game’s on your mobile device then you are in luck. The publisher has made almost its entire classic collection of games, ranging from their very first offerings to titles from the Dreamcast. The current lineup of titles includes a range of games from the […]

Sonic Mania Launching In August

by Nathan Gibsonon May 31, 2017
SEGA’s latest offering featuring their iconic blue mascot is set to launch in August. Sonic Mania will arrive on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on August 15 and it sees the series going back to its 2D roots. Developers Headcannon and Pagoda West Games are working with SEGA to update the classic […]

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Sonic Mania Will Be Out August 15

by Peter Paltridgeon May 30, 2017
Sega has decided to leap ahead of E3 and announce the solid release date for Sonic Mania, their throwback 2D Sonic game. The company says it’s recommitted itself to improving the Sonic brand and releasing better games….but they’ve said that before. It’s hard to mess up the basic formula of an oldschool Sonic game, though […]

Yakuza Kiwami Coming To PlayStation 4 This August

by Nathan Gibsonon April 12, 2017
Sega has announced that they are set to release Yakuza Kiwami, a remake of the 2005 game Yakuza, on PlayStation 4 in Europe and North America this August. “Rebuilt from the ground up” with new graphics and audio as well as technical improvements, the game will release on August 29 and be available at a […]

As Of Today, Bayonetta Is On PC

by Peter Paltridgeon April 11, 2017
She’s vampy, she’s stylish, she’s powerful, and now she’s Steam-y in more ways than one. The original Bayonetta has an official PC port, and it looks great. Sega’s 2010 action game now supports resolutions up to 4K Ultra HD at 3840×2160, as well as other extra graphical enhancements including scalable texture and shadow quality. If […]


Minecraft Now Runs On Dreamcast…Kinda

by Peter Paltridgeon January 20, 2017
Since its introduction, Minecraft has been made playable on every machine capable of playing a game….but what about machines of the past? Since it uses deliberately simple graphics, couldn’t you get it running on past consoles as well? Mozilla will never release a version of the game for the Sega Dreamcast, but somebody by the […]

Persona 5 Gets PlayStation 3, PS 4 & Vita Release Date

Person 5 And Yakuza 0 Not Coming To Switch

by Todd Blackon January 3, 2017
There’s been a lot of rumors recently about what will, and what won’t, be coming to the Nintendo Switch at both launch, and in the coming months. With just a little over a week until the big Switch event, these are no doubt going to intensify. However, some confirmations are coming through as well. Even […]

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Sega Wants To Make Altered Beast and Streets of Rage Movies

by Peter Paltridgeon December 5, 2016
Sega founded a production company called Stories International in 2011 with the intended goal of turning their game properties into movies. So far their only lure that caught a lunker was Shinobi, which producer Mark Pratt purchased the rights to. Now Streets of Confusion, the outfit that makes Fear The Walking Dead and Powers, may […]


Director Switches From Deadpool To Sonic

by Peter Paltridgeon December 2, 2016
Time will tell whether THIS move will pay off, but director Tim Miller has stepped down from his previous project, Deadpool 2, to direct a Sonic the Hedgehog movie instead. Miller directed the original Deadpool film. The Sonic movie was announced earlier this year and is a live-action-CG hybrid, showing real people interacting with computer-generated […]

A Pictorial Tour Of The Ultimate Video Game Museum

by Peter Paltridgeon October 31, 2016
The National Videogame Museum, located in Frisco, Texas, boasts this country’s most complete collection of rare artifacts from the 30-plus year history of video games. Ars Technica was given the grand tour, and what they came back with was spectacular. This may be the best museum I’ve ever seen! Below is a small sampling of […]

Alien: Isolation Developers Considering VR Support

by Nathan Gibsonon September 22, 2016
With the current push towards virtual reality technology in gaming, thanks to the ever-growing popularity of the medium, more and more publishers and developers are looking to make their titles compatible with VR devices. The latest to throw their hat into the ring is Sega, who recently confirmed that they are considering supporting VR headsets […]