Back in 2013, Archie Comics released a rather groundbreaking crossover -- "Sonic & Mega Man: Worlds Collide." It was a joint effort between Capcom and Sega properties, and brought the two iconic heroes together to battle their nemeses who banded together to take them down. Show More Summary
Sega classics Shenmue and Streets of Rage will receive vinyl editions of their soundtracks via new London-based record label Data Discs. These albums will ship in September, but pre-orders will be available when Data Discs opens its website on 30th May. Exclusive editions will be available to early orders. Read more…
A new label by the name of Data Discs has announced that it will be releasing the soundtracks to the Sega Genesis beat ’em up Streets Of Rage as well as the Dreamcast adventure/RPG Shenmue. Polygon writes: The Streets of Rage soundtrack is said to be fully remastered in collaboration with the original composer, Yuzo […]
In this week's episode of Android Apps Weekly, we continue the saga of Sega removing games, talk a bit about Google I/O, and talk about some new games!
When it comes to classic Sega games, they don't get much bigger (or better) than Shenmue and Streets of Rage. They were released more than eight years apart and on completely different consoles, but they share an important trait: incredible sound. Show More Summary
When it came down to the war between Sega and SNES, I was a Genesis guy all the way. Hell, I was that rare person that even owned a Sega CD (Lunar: The Silver Star FTW!). That’s why I got a little hot under the collar when I saw these gorgeous art prints for different […]
Amsterdam-based art gallery Cook and Becker has launched a new range of art prints inspired by classic Sega games. The gallery, which specialises in "next-gen digital art, concept art and video game art" has previously released work based on Street Fighter, Uncharted and Mass Effect, among others. Show More Summary
Bandai Namco have today revealed some new characters that will appear in Project X Zone 2. The new episode comes featuring many new licenses and characters, among them being announced today include: SEGA Sakura Wars series Sakura Shingûji...Show More Summary
Ah! The ignominy of it all. If you happen to be a game that has been happily spending time on the Google Play Store while serving up a fair number of downloads yourself, chances are you would be deeply disappointed upon hearing that you are about to be removed. Show More Summary
Today, SEGA made good on that promise as we're finally seeing the first few titles disappear from the Play Store. Surprisingly, it wasn't as bad as we thought. Looks like it was only After Burner Climax and Jet Set Radio SEGA gave the axe (at least for now).
Sega has finally followed through on a promise made a few weeks ago saying certain games no longer meet its quality standards and need to be removed from the App Store for iOS devices, Google Play Store, Samsung App Store, and Amazon...Show More Summary
19 games get the (presumably golden) axe. The post Many Sega games removed from iOS, Android markets appeared first on AppleTell.
iPhone and iPad owners now have 16 less games to download from the iOS app store, thanks to Sega removing them from circulation. As Sega promised they would do last week, the company has now removed 16 of its older mobile games made for the iPhone and iPad from the iOS App Store. Show More Summary
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will not be launching next week, as was originally the plan. The Nintendo 3DS rhythm game has been delayed until September 8 in North America and September 11 for Europe, Sega just announced along with a special limited edition -- which includes a wallet chain of all things. Patience is a virtue, I guess. Show More Summary
The mass death of Sega games on the App Store and similar events have prompted AppSpy to ask a very important question: Is anyone preserving these digital games for future generations, or are they doomed to fade into distant memory? The post Who’s Preserving Digital Video Game History? is from Slide To Play via AppSpy.
A couple of weeks ago, we brought word about SEGA's plan to remove some of their games from the App Store. The company didn't specify which ones, but reading between the lines made it look like the company's Genesis games were among the strongest contenders. Well, they finally did the deed, and SEGA's list of
Not that having a good time in a Japanese arcade is by any means difficult! Still, a group of gamers show what they can do on a Sega Maimai music game cabinet. A good time is had by all. Read more...
Sega warned us that a massive cull of its mobile games was coming, and Judgement Day has arrived. A significant chunk of its games are gone, including old Genesis ports like Altered Beast, as well as newer titles like Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2. Show More Summary
Earlier this month Sega let us know that they would be pulling a number of games from the Android and iOS marketplaces for "quality concerns." Now we know exactly what those games are. While you can get a full look at the list below, they're mostly ports of retro games. Show More Summary
Sega has removed 19 mobile games from the iOS and Android stores. This should come as no surprise given that the publisher said it would remove several titles over a week ago and that Sega "determined that a number of them no longerShow More Summary