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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd Review: Pump Up The Volume

Just one year following the US release of the original Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F and Sega is here to sate the hunger of J-pop-loving rhythm game fans with another visit from everybody's favorite virtual idol. Click To Continue Reading

Valkyria Chronicles 2 was the right sequel on the wrong platform

he recent, unexpected and utterly delightful arrival of Valkyria Chronicles on PC has set me wondering about curious fate of Sega's franchise. It's a series that's garnered a passionate and loyal fan base thanks to the 2008 PS3 original,...Show More Summary


21st November 2014 - SEGA(r) and Nintendo of Europe today announced the availability of Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal for Nintendo 2DS and 3DS and Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric for Wii U across Europe. These two games are cornerstones of the newly created Sonic Boom universe and expand the Sonic Boom vision for fans. Show More Summary

Punt Brothers will give you this Sega Genesis for Rajon Rondo

Do not push for Neo-Geo, though. That's a non-starter. This week on Punt Brothers, Jane and Ryan bring back Paul Flannery, widely regarded as the stretch four of the NBA writing world, to discuss: - Why we can't shut up about the Lakers -...Show More Summary

Get tready to learn about Hearts of Iron IV's tanks

I like it when a company modifies their logo to fit with the theme of whatever it's attached to. It's a stupid thing to like and here it's just an old timey World War II filter, but I like it nonetheless (see: SEGA matching Alien: Isolation's...Show More Summary

PSA: Hatsune Miku wants to kill all humans

I noticed something strange while playing through Sega's recently-released PlayStation 3 and Vita rhythm game Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd. During one of the included songs, "This is the Happiness and Peace of Mind Committee," Miku's friendly...

Review: Sonic Boom, Sonic Boom, Sonic Boom & Sonic Boom

Sega has pulled out all the stops for the new entries in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.  Not only are there two new games for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, Sonic fans have been treated to a new animated cartoon on Cartoon Network and a new title from Archie Comics, for a total of […]

Battle Out Run for the Sega Master System

What would you do if you owned a Ferrari F40? Taking this most coveted of 1980s supercars and using it to smash bad guys off the road is one possibility few would have considered, but that's the premise of this 1989 release for the Sega Master System. Show More Summary

ACB - A pair of ratings

3D AFTERBURNER 2, Rating: G, Author: SEGA, Publisher: SEGA — AusVGClassifications (@AusVGClass) November 19, 2014 THE FALL, Rating: PG, Author: OVER THE MOON GAMES, Publisher: NINTENDO — AusVGClassifications (@AusVGClass) November 19, 2014

Jet Set Radio's Anti-Establishment Hero Looks Perfect In Polystone

Straight off the streets of Tokyo-to, the latest statue in First 4 Figures' Sega All-Stars line cannot be Beat, and yet it is. Read more...

Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric - review

A portion of a Game Informer review... I was initially excited when Sega first announced that Big Red Button would be developing Sonic Boom. I thought Sega handing the iconic license over to a new developer might shake Sonic loose of the slump he's endured via a string of rough Sonic Team titles. Show More Summary

Glitched Sonic Boom speedrun clocks in at under an hour

It took speedrunners less than 24 hours to crack open Sega's Wii U action game Sonic Boom and produce an hour-long playthrough thanks to a game-breaking glitch discovered yesterday. The current world record, achieved during Twitch streamer Parax0's...

Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal Review

The latest in a growing list of attempts to reboot and revive Sega’s…

VICE Vs Video Games: The Sega Dreamcast Was Weird, Fun, and Gone Too Soon

We tend to think of the Sega Dreamcast as unsuccessful, but interesting and innovative, leaving behind a very high-quality library. But looking back, it might be more important than that. The Dreamcast isn't just a hidden gem, fondly...Show More Summary

Sega seems pleased with Valkyria Chronicles sales

Valkyria Chronicles came out on PC yesterday. It was a good day. Especially if your name is Sega Sammy Holdings Inc. Money, money, money, money... Money! Sega was proud to announce the amazing strategy role-playing game "forced its way to the top of the Steam download charts," at least for a short while. Show More Summary

Sega's Bringing 'Chain Chronicle' from Japan in December

Sega and Japanese studio gumi are teaming up to release the free-to-play Chain Chronicle on December 8th worldwide. This is a real-time strategy game where players will command their team of heroes, trying to protct their base from oncoming enemy forces. The game takes place in a 6x3 grid, though movement isn't necessarily rigid in

Sega's Chain Chronicle gets a worldwide release next month

Sega will soon release Chain Chronicle, a new mobile strategy game, around the world. Chain Chronicle combines line defense strategy with RPG mechanics, placing you in the role of an army captain charged with the defense of your country. Show More Summary

Sega's Chain Chronicle gets a worldwide release next month

Sega will soon release Chain Chronicle, a new strategy game for iOS and Android, worldwide. Chain Chronicle combines line defense strategy with RPG mechanics, placing you in the role of an army captain charged with the defense of your country.

Valkyria Chronicles deploys on Steam today

Sega's alt-universe strategy-RPG Valkyria Chronicles is out today on Steam, marking its first-ever appearance on PC platforms. Originally released for the PlayStation 3 in 2008, Valkyria Chronicles arrives on Steam with dual-language support, Steam...

The Weird Reason Why Video Games Are Released On Tuesdays

It wasn't easy being Sega in the 1980s and '90s. It had to compete with one of the best-known companies on the planet, Nintendo, which was responsible for bringing back the video game market from the dead. But Sega had some tricks up its sleeve. Show More Summary

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