Sega and The Creative Assembly have announced the second major expansion for Total War: Rome 2. Players will head into the Western Mediterranean to do battle in the 2nd Punic War with the 'Hannibal at the Gates' DLC, set to release on...Show More Summary
There was something about the VHS days that brought out the goofiest tips and promotional videos from game makers. Especially Nintendo. The most memorable one that comes to mind is their Star Fox SNES promo that had Sony and Sega trying to steal Nintendo's game. Show More Summary
When SEGA, En Masse Entertainment, Twitch and Destructoid powers combine, they become… R O B O T: The Ultimate GDC After Party! Arrive early for a live show hosted by Max Scoville, Spencer Hayes, Phil Janca, with musical performances by MyKill, GrimeGraft, and R3Y. Show More Summary
Many a Christmas has been ruined by one of these. All Time 10s offers a definitive list of the “10 Worst Computer Consoles” — video game consoles, specifically. The list includes the likes of the Pioneer LaserActive, Sega 32X, and 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.
Sega announced a new entry in the Crazy Taxi franchise today, and it will be both free to play and exclusive to the mobile platform. Called Crazy Taxi: City Rush, this new game is a collaboration between original Crazy Taxi creator Kenji Kanno and Hardlight Studios, who have helmed a bunch of games for Sega
Soon there will be a new Crazy Taxi in town. Sega has announced an upcoming free-to-play take on the franchise called Crazy Taxi: City Rush, and it’s being developed by Hardlight Studio, the makers of Sonic Jump and Sonic Dash. To celebrate the announcement, they’ve made the original Crazy Taxi available for free on the [...]
Sega will revive its Crazy Taxi series with a new, free-to-play entry for iOS and Android devices. Crazy Taxi: City Rush is being worked on by series creator Kenji Kanno and Sonic Jump developer Hardlight Studios, VG247 reports, for release later this year. Show More Summary
Free to play game releasing on iOS and Android devices later this year. Sega has announced Crazy Taxi: City Rush for iOS and Android devices. Click here to read the full article
In 1999, Sega released a fast-paced driving game called Crazy Taxi in arcades and on their Sega Dreamcast console. The combination of driving passengers to their destinations, wild and humorous gameplay, and licensed punk music helped Crazy Taxi find a permanent parking spot in many gamers’ hearts. Show More Summary
Another of Sega's classic franchises is getting new life on mobile devices. The company has announced Crazy Taxi: City Rush, a new entry directed by original creator Kenji Kanno. It will be a free-to-play release on iOS and Android devices later this year.
Sega's just announced a new Crazy Taxi game. For mobile. Now what do you think that's going to look like? If you guessed something that looks a whole lot like an infinite runner, then congratulations. This ride's on us. Read more...
Sega announced Crazy Taxi: City Rush this morning, a new free-to-play entry that's being developed exclusively for mobiles. Kenji Kanno, the man who created the original 1999 arcade game, is back as an exec producer on the series' first new entry in...
Taking beloved videogame franchises from the late 90's and early 2000's and putting new titles on mobile platforms seems to be all the rage right now. Activision's doing it with Tony Hawk, and now Sega's taking its shot with Crazy Taxi. Yes,...Show More Summary
New from Sega, it's Crazzzzzzzyyyyyyy Taxi: City Rush! The arcade classic with a casual spin. The post Crazy Taxi: City Rush Announced – Hitting iOS later this year appeared first on 148Apps.
Alpha Protocol, Total War, Binary Domain among games included. Sega is offering up to ten of its PC games for heavily discounted prices as part of the latest Humble Bundle promotion. Click here to read the full article
The Humble Weekly Sale has gone Sega crazy, offering 19 games from the company's classic and modern eras, this time broken into three pay walls. Pay $1 or more for Alpha Protocol, Company of Heroes, Rome: Total War and Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Rabbit....
The team at HumbleBundle.com are really good at pinching the pennies from your virtual wallet, even rivalling Steam's sales with its 'pay what you want' game bundles. This week is no exception, as Sega is stepping up and putting a hefty...Show More Summary
Over the next seven days you'll be able to save on a wide array of Sega-published PC games in a Humble Weekly Sale. A nice mix of new and old titles, the deal is broken down into three tiers. You can name your price for a bundle containing Alpha Protocol, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, Company of Heroes, and Rome: Total War. Show More Summary
The still-growing bundle will help an ailing member of the gaming industry, plus SEGA is packaging great games.
) Sega has released a new video featuring members of the development team at Creative Assembly working on Alien: Isolation, as they describe their goals and approach toward designing the lone Xenomorph stalking the player throughout the game. They certainly make it out to be a tense, terrifying experience. Show More Summary