Around 300 staff are to be offered early retirement following plans to completely restructure Sega's business. "Local organisations managing packaged game software in Western markets will be streamlined", the company has said, with its...Show More Summary
Sega will offer a sizeable number of staff voluntary retirement. In a note issued today, the Japanese game company warned around 300 employees will be solicited for voluntary retirement as part of its ongoing restructure. Voluntary retirement...Show More Summary
The San Francisco office of Sega of America was once a flagship for the Japanese company in the West.
Sega of America, like all companies, has its eyes set on becoming as efficient as possible. Today, the publisher revealed plans to take drastic steps toward that goal by streamlining through downsizing and relocation. In a notice toShow More Summary
Sega's 2D fighter is being brought over from Japan to Western audiences.
Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is coming west this summer, Sega just announced. The cross-over project celebrates the 20th anniversary of Dengeki Bunko, pitting characters from Sword Art Online, S pice & Wolf, and other series against...Show More Summary
Get ready for a dream duel of epic proportions! Here at Sega, we are beyond thrilled to announce that Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is coming to the West exclusively for PS3 and Vita.
Sega Networks' Three Rings studio is looking for developers with strong backgrounds in mobile and server-side engineering to work on new mobile and live operations games in San Francisco, CA....
In the annals of video games, titles pop into existence that quickly fade into the background and are doomed to an eternity of obscurity. One such title for Sega's black beastie is Atomic Robo-Kid. It hit the arcades in 1988 to absolutely no fanfare, and drifted its way over to the PC Engine, MegaDrive, and a few home computer formats. Show More Summary
He first fell in love with the game thanks to Sega Genesis. Or maybe it was Nintendo. Maodo Lo doesn’t quite remember the exact make or model of the console, The post Maodo Lo: From Berlin to Ivy League Hoops appeared first on SLAMonline.
Game clears milestone three and a half months after release. Alien Isolation sales have surpassed one million units worldwide, according to publisher Sega.Click here to read the full article
Sega has announced a very impressive milestone for Creative Assembly’s thoroughly freaky Alien: Isolation, which has now sold more than a million copies worldwide since it launched last October. That’s great news for a number of reasons, but it’s especially good for us, because a successful horror game means we’ll get more like it. Alien: […]
Publisher Sega and developer Creative Assembly are indirectly responsible for one hell of a laundry bill, as it was announced today that Alien: Isolation has officially sold one million copies worldwide. Accounting for at least one million players, a...
SEGA has revealed Alien:Isolation sales have passed the 1 million mark.
SEGA has confirmed Alien: Isolation sales have passed a significant milestone in just three months.
FMV games are one of those genres that kind of died off. Pretty much all of them were more interesting for being goofy B-movie-grade quality, like Night Trap and Sewer Shark and other mediocre games from the Sega CD. But Her Story wants to try and help reclaim the genre, and will be coming to
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[Fibbef] was hard at work on a project for a build-off competition when he accidentally fried the circuit board. Not one to give up easily, he opted to start a new project with only two days left in the competition. He managed to modify...Show More Summary
Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric was a pretty messy game, and it's taken far too long to patch it. After weeks of waiting though European fans have finally gotten a fix of sorts, but the problem is Sega hasn't disclosed what's actually in it. Show More Summary
This comes from an updated Unseen64 feature... The next update on Sonic Anniversary came from Madrid’s Gamefest 2010, courtesy of Sonic news site, Sonic Paradise. As corroborated by Sonic Reikai, a SEGA representative reportedly let slip an abundance of information on the game to one of their reporters. Show More Summary