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Sonic The Hedgehog Is Coming To The Nintendo Switch, And He Looks Perfect

Sega hasn't had a very good track record with new Sonic games over the last 17 years. The blue hedgehog has struggled greatly to find a solid footing in the 3D realm, so PagodaWest is taking him back old-school, and their new 2D title has him looking perfect.

Sonic Mania is a New Classic Sonic Game For Nintendo Switch

Sega has announced that Sonic Mania will be released for the Nintendo Switch. Sonic Mania is being developed in the style of the Genesis-era Sonic the Hedgehog games and will play at 60 FPS and feature pixel-perfect physics. You'll be able to choose between Sonic, Tails, or Knuckles, each with their own special moves, to take on Dr. Show More Summary

Puyo Puyo Tetris coming to Switch

There's no such thing as too much of good thing, so with that in mind Tetris®, one of the largest-selling and recognized brands in gaming history, and Puyo Puyo™ from SEGA have joined forces to create a puzzle party game that will test...Show More Summary

Yakuza 0 is a great way to get into Sega's outstanding series

The myth goes, you've doubtless heard before, that Sega doesn't make games like it used to. Not its Japanese arm, anyway, where the style and strut of its 90s and early 00s output can feel like a distant memory, as can all that grand ambition that was once fuelled by naked madness. Show More Summary

Shack's Arcade Corner: Missile Command

Missile Command is a 1980 arcade game by Atari, Inc. that was also licensed to Sega for European release. It is considered one of the most notable games from the Golden Age of Video Arcade Games. It was known for its unique trackball...Show More Summary

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone: The Kotaku Review

Now that the Western world’s had a couple of years to get used to games starring Japan’s premiere virtual idol, Sega drops the Hatsune Miku bomb. With over 220 songs to master, Project Diva Future Tone for the PlayStation 4 is one heaping helping of rhythm game goodness. Read more...

ShenmueHD and ShenmueRemastered domains registered by Sega Europe

Sega has said that it would eventually like to remaster the original Shenmue in HD, and some new domain registries could mean that is getting closer to reality. Sega Europe has registered ShenmueHD.com and ShenmueRemastered.com, as well as the oddly spelled shemnuegame.com (courtesy of Sega Nerds and SegaBits, via TSSZ). Show More Summary

Sega's European branch has registered domains relating to Shenmue remasters

You know, the Shenmue franchise is one that I’ve wanted to get into for years. For years, I’ve heard good or interesting things about Shenmue and its sequel. Unfortunately, because I don’t have -- and have never owned -- an originalShow More Summary

SEGA Registers Domain for 'Shenmue HD'

Three domains all point to a potential HD remaster of the Dreamcast classic.

Shenmue HD Domains Registered by Sega Europe

Sega Europe has registered the domain name and. Visiting the domain returns a blank page. The domain would suggest Sega is working on an HD remaster of its Shenmue titles. Back in May 2016, Sega said it was “investigating” remasters of Shenmue and Shenmue II. Shenmue III is currently in development for PlayStation 4...

Do the words “Shenmue HD” prick your ears? Sega domain hints at long overdue remasters

Shenmue HD should already be a thing, so let’s hope this slim evidence turns out to be precisely what we think it is. ShenmueHD.com has been registered by Sega of Europe, according to the domain’s WhoIs record (via Gematsu). The website is currently blank, but we’re hoping that it means Sega is winding up to […]

Yakuza 0 and Persona 5 will remain exclusive to PlayStation platforms

Although Atlus and Sega are listed as third-party publishers for Nintendo's Switch, Persona 5 and Yakuza 0 will remain exclusive to Sony consoles. John Hardin, who manages PR for Sega and Atlus—the Sonic studio acquired Atlus in March...Show More Summary

Did you think you were getting Persona 5 on the Switch? 'Cause you're not

With the big Switch event just 10 days away, there are a lot of rumors swirling about what upcoming games might surprisingly land on Nintendo's new platform. Sega and Atlus are going to nip that in the bud right away. Here's Atlus/Sega PR manager John Hardin straight dashing dreams on Twitter: Read more...

Watch Darth Vader’s Scene From ‘Rogue One’ in 16-Bit

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to watch Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on a Sega Mega Drive? Well, wonder no longer, because this is exactly what it would look like. A guy by the name of John Stratman took time out of his life to render Darth Vader’s appearance in the […]

The man behind Mario/Zelda on CD-i almost released a Donkey Kong parking attendant game with SEGA

The following comes from Stephen Radosh, the man who was responsible for bringing Mario and Zelda to the CD-i... - Radosh left Atari and landed at Sega - Radosh mostly worked on arcade cabinets- “Somehow Sega had gotten the rights to Donkey Kong. Show More Summary

Time for some SEGA retro fun

Since we were lent the Sonic the Hedgehog 25th Anniversary Genesis (Mega Drive) by AtGames, we thought you might want to see what some of the 80 games included in the console look like today. Sadly for Streets of Rage and Ecco fans,Show More Summary

15 Marvel Video Games You Definitely Forgot

From Spidey's Sega swan song to Mattel's mutant misadventures, CBR takes a look back at some of Marvel's most forgotten video games! The post 15 Marvel Video Games You Definitely Forgot appeared first on CBR.com.

SEGA 3D Fukkoku Archives 3: Final Stage devs on the collection's lineup, bonus games

The following comes from a Famitsu interview with devs Yosuke Okunari and Kagasei Shimomura... F: How did you come to decide on the lineup of games for this title? Okunari – Several of our core members, including Mr. Naoki Horii from M2, settled on them after much deliberation. Show More Summary

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