I spotted FEMICOM Museum tweeting about a true rarity, the translucent Hello Kitty edition Sega Dreamcast, and immediately headed to eBay to see what the situation was. It's expensive -- you're looking at at least $250 shipped, fiveShow More Summary
The Sega Forever initiative did not quite get off to the start that Sega may have wanted. The free-to-play classic Sega Genesis titles are suffering from a myriad of performance issues on mobile devices, and Sega is definitely listening and taking action in response to the criticisms.
Sega has confirmed that the previously announced digital plans for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX will be happening for international fans this year. This means that current owners of Future Tone will be able to download the...Show More Summary
Sega has released four classic games into their ad-supported free-to-play Sega Forever initiative, including Kid Chameleon, Altered Beast, Phantasy Star II, and Comix Zone. AppleInsider gave the retro titles a spin, and found room for improvement.
Perhaps in a bid to capitalise on the excitement surrounding the Mini SNES, emails have gone out to press talking about a "Sega Mega Drive Flashback" or "Genesis Flashback" box that will be sold at Australian stores this year. There's just one problem, and it's the same problem that cropped up last year. Show More Summary
Sega's new Sega Forever game collection ought to be a best-in-class way to experience your favorite Genesis games on modern mobile hardware -- but the quality of the ports is terrible and the games don't run well, even on cutting-edge equipment. The post Sega’s New ‘Sega Forever’ Emulation is a Train Wreck appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Longtime Sega fans have a lot of cause to rejoice this week. The game company has launched its Sega Forever initiative, which promises to bring first party titles from the Master System all the way up to the Dreamcast to mobile platforms — for free. Show More Summary
Just days ago Sonic the Hedgehog celebrated his 26th birthday. In honor of the occasion, Japanese brand Anippon has collaborated with Sega on a pair of limited edition sneakers that look just like Sonic’s own signature footwear. The red slip-ons in turn appropriately boast Sonic the Hedgehog branding on the heel, then featuring a unique […]
Sega Forever was revealed with much fanfare, with the idea of bringing more of Sega's classic library to the masses either in remastered or different forms. In this case, that form was mobile, but the execution of the emulation has left...Show More Summary
Sega defends Unity emulation saying it wants games to reach "largest audience possible."
One of the most unique game series out there is Sega's Yakuza games. The franchise got its start on the PlayStation 2, and eventually evolved over time onto new gen systems. With the game's protagonist making his final appearance in Yakuza 6, it's now time to ask what's next for...
Last week, Sega announced it was going to bring a selection of its back catalogue to mobile - and possibly beyond - with Sega Forever, a service that would allow people to play classic games for free. It was almost too good to be true,...Show More Summary
With Sonic Mania on the way out, SEGA wants to make sure they promote old-school Sonic as much as possible. That includes a new set of 24 Sonic pixel stickers for the LINE mobile app. These stickers event include old-school sound effects to go with them!
This show starts quick and keeps rocking the whole way to the finish line. We kick things off with a listener email about the new Sega Forever games, and breaking down the whole timeline of hype teasing to release, along with what we think of the games sinks up the first half of the show.
Hot off the heels of the recent announcement for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX, Sega has opened an official Japanese website for the game with official clarification, and right now things are looking good for previous owners...Show More Summary
Frigg's day has made its return, meaning the Modojo crew is once again able to provide a medieval-laced recap of this week's foray into the mobile gaming arena. This week saw our release of a number of new guides covering everythingShow More Summary
Hello everyone, and welcome to Musgravian Musings, a little space of my own where I can do some non-review reflections on recent game releases. In general, the featured games are ones that have caught my interest in some way or another, and will tend to be games that I didn't (and won't) review. This time,
Sonic the Hedgehog is celebrating his 26th birthday today, and Sega has announced a nice and slightly anachronistic keepsake: a vinyl album. The album isn't a collection of retro tracks, though. Rather, it pays tribute to Sonic Mania,...Show More Summary
To celebrate the release of Valkyria Revolution next week, Sega has released some free themes for PS4 and PS Vita users (I'm sorry Xbox One brethren). The two different styles are the same on each platform, just made to order for smaller/larger screens. Show More Summary