It's fast turning into 1990 all over again. Within the next few months, Nintendo's iconic NES is being shrunk down and loaded up with games, and Sega is following suit with a new mini Mega Drive. But for those whose gaming nostalgiaShow More Summary
Yakuza 0 will launch for PlayStation 4 in the Americas and Europe on January 24, 2017, Sega announced. It will be released both physically and digitally. The newly launched official website offers a plethora of information on the game’s story, characters, systems, and world. Here’s Yakuza 0 image gallery. Click on any of these image...
If you're lucky five bucks gets you lunch at a restaurant, but in the PC gaming world this translates to hours of entertainment - particularly during Summer Sale seasons. The well-received PC port of Valkyria Chronicles drop to $4.99 in this week's SEGA Summer Sale at the WinGameStore. Show More Summary
Hot on the heels of Nintendo’s plan to release its miniature retro console, SEGA is also releasing a modern version of the classic Mega Drive (aka Genesis) to celebrate Sonic’s 25th anniversary. This new console is…
Admittedly, when I first heard about Sonic Mania, I rolled my eyes sufficiently hard that they landed in the next room. It's not pleasant fishing your eyes out of the kitchen sink. A bit of hyperbole, yes, but the eye-rolling was still very much a thing. Show More Summary
Already out in Japan for PS3 and PS4, Sega's Yakuza 0 prequel will makes its way to North America and Europe on January 24, 2017. Only the PS4 version will make the jump. Set in 1988, Yakuza 0 tells tales set before the first game in...Show More Summary
SEGA has revealed the release date of Yakuza 0 for North America and Europe: January 24. The game will be available for PlayStation 4 only. New screenshots inside.
The latest in the Yakuza series will head west next year in January, as you no doubt noticed by the headline. Today, SEGA confirmed the release date for PlayStation 4. This means those in the Americas and Europe can expect the title to land on January 24 in both digital and physical format. Yakuza 0 […]
Yakuza 0 will launch on 24th January in Europe and the Americas, Sega has announced. It will be available both physically and digitally, exclusively on PS4. Set in 1988, Yakuza 0 will let players assume the role of two different protagonists. Show More Summary
Yakuza 6 will launch for PlayStation 4 in Japan on December 8 for 8,190 yen, Sega announced. Its full title is Yakuza 6: Inochi no Uta (Poetry of Life). A new trailer released today contains the message, “The final chapter of the legend of Kazuma Kiryu.” Watch the Yakuza 6 Trailer: (Watch with English subtitles...
Not to be outdone by Nintendo's reveal of the NES Classic Edition earlier this month, Sega and AtGames announced two new retro consoles this week with 80 games built in in celebration of Sonic the Hedgehog's 25th anniversary. DON'T MISS: An...Show More Summary
Despite reports circulating to the contrary, the Nintendo/Sega console rivalry isn’t flaring back up in miniature form. Nintendo’s upcoming mini-NES is a brand new device. AtGames’ Sega-branded mini-Mega Drive is a shoddy emulation box that’s been around for years. Read more...
The great Nintendo vs. Sega war is back on.
Not terribly surprising.
A couple weeks back Nintendo announced that they’d be putting the 31 year-old NES back into production — as a miniaturized console with 30 pre-loaded games. Well, now Sega wants to bring one […]
After Nintendo just announced its new NES Classic Mini console, as well as a portable gaming system with detachable controllers, Sega is taking aim at its rival by revealing plans for similar consoles. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog, the Japanese company is reviving its Mega Drive brand in the form […]
Sega has revealed the release date for Yakuza 6: Poetry of Life in Japan -- December 8, 2016. It's being billed as the "final chapter" for Kazuma Kiryu, which of course doesn't preclude the series from continuing with another character or even more prequels. Show More Summary
I tell ya this: Forget what Dennis DeYoung sang in the early ‘80s, THESE are the best of times. Well, not politically, or socially, or in any way actually EXCEPT when it comes to the re-release of video game consoles from the ‘80s.Ah yes, the best of times are when I'm alone with you, Sega Genesis. …
Sonic the Hedgehog will be blowing out 25 candles this year, and Sega is celebrating with a new game that harks back to his 2D platformer roots. If you're a purist and would rather return to Sonic's halcyon days, well, you're also covered. Show More Summary