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Altered Beast for the MegaDrive/Genesis

"Wise from your gwave!" An entire generation of gamers were introduced to Sega's 16-bit wonder machine with those very words. Grab your pack-in copy of Altered Beast, slam it in the slot, hit start and straight away your spanking new console was making like Jonathan Ross. Show More Summary

ScribbleTaku

Nazxul360, you broke Techneon’s heart. He was all ready to go with a third ScribbleTaku, but then you dropped in with a guess out of nowhere! The game was Taz-Mania on the SEGA Master System. More »      

Sonic Runners is running out of time

Sega has announced plans to close down Sonic Runners, the first mobile game from Sonic Team. The company ceased sales of the game's premium currency, Red Star Rings, yesterday, and will close down the rest of the game on July 27 at 9am UTC. Show More Summary

Obituary: Sonic Runners

Sonic Runners, the first mobile game from Sonic Team, has died. It was just one year old. The free-to-play endless runner amassed more than six million downloads over the course of its short-lived time on this earth, which Sega brought...Show More Summary

Total War: Warhammer sets franchise sales record

There have been quite a few Total War games in the franchise, but apparently Warhammer is the best of the bunch, at least in terms of early sales according to Sega. Since the game launched on Tuesday, Total War: Warhammer has sold more than 500,000 copies on Steam, making it the fastest selling Total War game in the series. Show More Summary

Total War: Warhammer sells half a million copies in three days

SEGA and The Creative Assembly should be rather pleased with the response to Total War: Warhammer. And they are, obviously. Total War: Warhammer sells half a million copies in three days Within three days, the game has already sold half a million copies, which is a franchise record. The latest entry in the Total War […]

Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Review

A huge, strategic success…. Game: Valkyria Chronicles Remastered Developer: SEGA Publisher: SEGA Reviewed on: PlayStation 4 (Review code provided by publisher) Let’s go back in time to 2008. Valkyria Chronicles, a strategic, tactical RPG was released for the PlayStation 3 from the folks at SEGA. Show More Summary

Bringing Yakuza to the West Is Still Tricky

Sega’s Yakuza games are terrific. You really need to play them. Yet, they’re not always localized, and if they are, they arrive late. According to series mastermind Toshihiro Nagoshi, Sega is still trying to figure out how to appeal to Western gamers. Read more...

Tips For Getting Started In Total War: Warhammer

Back in 2012, Sega and Games Workshop announced a partnership allowing for the creation of multiple Warhammer games. Creative Assembly was tasked with the job, and this week gamers got a taste of a collaboration between the fantasy franchise and the British studio’s main legacy. But Total War: Warhammer is not the simplest of strategy games. Show More Summary

Sega warns of Total War: Warhammer server issues

Total Warhammer: Warhammer servers are now live, although a small portion of players are experiencing game crashes. Sega has blamed the problem on the amount of players currently online. Thankfully, only a fraction of active players are affected. Out of 40k people playing in the game's first hour online, just "a few hundred" had hit the problem, Sega said. Read more…

When A Sega Magazine Got Blacklisted By Sega

Keith Stuart’s written a great article over on Eurogamer, recalling the time that he was blacklisted by Sega despite being the Editor-in-Chief of DC-UK, a magazine devoted entirely to the Sega Dreamcast. Read more...

Total War: WARHAMMER 360° Launch Trailer Released

SEGA and Creative Assembly have released a rather interesting launch trailer for Total War: WARHAMMER. The launch trailer can be viewed interactively via 360°, simply open up the following YouTube video and either: Click and drag your view of the battlefield on desktop (Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer). Show More Summary

Sega currently has 'no plans' to bring JRPG 7th Dragon III Code: VFD to Europe

Sega currently has "no plans" to bring 7th Dragon Code: VFD to Europe, according to Sega Europe community manager Dan Sheridan, who says while the company knows fans want the game, "there's nothing we can confirm today, but we are looking...Show More Summary

That time I was blacklisted by Sega while editing a Sega magazine

This all happened in the winter of 1999 - a weird time for video games. The PlayStation was drawing to the end of its spectacular life, and the hype had begun for its successor. Microsoft was muttering about the Xbox. Everyone was looking forward to a new generation. Show More Summary

Sega is trying to find a way to bring Atlus games to Europe

If you haven't been following along, here's a recap. In the past, NIS has partnered up with Atlus (and by proxy, Sega) to bring Atlus games to Europe. For many years it was a fruitful partnership, but due to undisclosed reasons related to Sega's increasing difficult relationship, NIS broke off ties and is no longer providing their services. Show More Summary

Watch Sega's 1996 training video for game testers

A training video Sega put out in 1996 for rookie video game testers has been released to the internet at large by the production company behind it, Green Mill Filmworks. The 28-minute "trainumentary" was filmed at Sega of America's office in Redwood City, California and boy does it capture life in the 90s. Show More Summary

Sega Classics on Steam now support modern console controllers

Sega Classics on Steam now support modern console controllers. A new patch was released for Sega's emulator this week and it lets you use the PlayStation 4 (using custom DS4 Windows drivers available online), Xbox One and Steam Controller. If you've got old controllers, perhaps PC remakes of Mega Drive pads, they make work as well, Sega said, but they're untested. Read more…

Sonic Adventure is Strange, Overstuffed, Deeply Flawed, and Ultimately Wonderful

About a month ago, I wrote a bit about the Sega Dreamcast and its games . Since that point, I have been spending my non Dark Souls III gaming time basking in the glow of Sega’s beautiful little white box that was too lovely for our cruel world. Read more...

Alien Syndrome might be the next 3D Classic from Sega

Sega has an entire retro library to draw from whenever they feel like hitting their fans with a calculated dose of nostalgia, and it's mostly paid off for them with the 3D Classics line. Going so far as to take more care than Nintendo...Show More Summary

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