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Jump Festa 2015 - SEGA lineup

- Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX - Phantasy Star Nova - Shining Resonance on display. SEGA's booth will be giving out special gifts to visitors, including the Hatsune Miku post card above. link

Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai joins the battle on OS X

Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai is now available for Mac, introducing the acclaimed standalone expansion pack by developer The Creative Assembly and published by Sega. Joining the base version of this expansion pack will be a Collection Edition, which includes four faction packs. Show More Summary

Vintage Computers Assemble to Create Christmas Symphony [Video]

From The Glasgow School of Art: The ensemble: A collection of vintage Mac computers, a Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum + 1 and a SEGA Mega Drive perform a rendition of “Carol of the Bells” with lyrics re-written by Robert Florence & Philip Larkin in the Mackintosh Library at The Glasgow School of Art. Show More Summary

Sega Genesis Megatron: A Real American Villain

Earlier this year we featured Takara Tomy’s killer crossover combo action figures of Optimus Prime as a Sony PlayStation and Megatron as a Sega Mega Drive. It turns out the toy maker also released a US…

Sonic the Hedgehog Soccer Warped Ceramic Mug

This is the perfect mug for those who feel the need for speed. The Sonic the Hedgehog Soccer Warped Ceramic Mug is traveling at warp speed, so you and your coffee better catch up. This fun mug features Sega’s famous and fast hedgehog. It is shaped to appear as if it is moving at a […]

Carol of the Bleeps

James Houston created an electronic holiday card for the Glasgow School of Art using a Commodore 64, a Sinclair ZX Spectrum, vintage Macs, and a Sega Mega Drive to perform Carol of the Bells – though the lyrics have been tweaked a b...

A Symphony of Vintage Computers Performing a Cover of the Christmas Song ‘Carol of the Bells’

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Glasgow School of Art alumnus James Houston created the school’s annual holiday card this year using a symphony of vintage computers, including a Commodore 64, an old iMac and a Sega Mega Drive (known as the Sega Genesis in the States) among others. The computers perform a cover of “Carol of the Bells” with rewritten […]

Get a job: Sega Networks is hiring a Mobile Game Engineer

Sega Networks' Three Rings studio in Wisconsin is looking for developers with strong backgrounds in mobile and server-side engineering to work on new mobile and live operations games....

Sega’s The Creative Assembly unveils 10-versus-10 multiplayer with Total War: Arena

The free-to-play online game focuses on real-time multiplayer combat in an ancient-warfare setting.

Total War: Arena resurfaces, enters closed alpha

The Total War sort-of MOBA spin-off has re-emerged today, with Sega and developer Creative Assembly announcing Total War: Arena has entered closed alpha status. You can sign-up for the closed alpha at the Total War: Arena website. Total...Show More Summary

Newswire: Sega wants to adapt some of its old video games into movies and TV shows

From Mortal Kombat to Doom to Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time, movies adapted from video games have a reputation for not being worthy of their source material. Still, that doesn’t stop studios from trying to buck the trend, eternally hoping that what’s enjoyable and popular in one form has got to be at least worth checking out in another. Show More Summary

Sonic Riders almost had a GBA port

- info comes from the portfolios and resumes of artists Keith Erickson and Arvin Bautista - as the game was in development for SEGA USA, SEGA Japan insisted some 3D was added to the game - this change was to be implemented without the addition of extra dev time - this lead to the project being cancelled - game was running on an engine styled after OutRun? Link

Sega hires media exec to adapt its games for TV, films, web

Sega continues its push to enter the world of non-gaming media by hiring Evan Choflin to adapt a number of the publisher's classic games for movies, TV series and web-focused digital content. In his new role, Choflin will lead Stories International,...

Sega Hires Exec To Adapt Its Video Games For Films And TV - IGN News

SEGA has tapped former Break Media executive editor Evan Cholfin to help turn its video games into movies

SEGA Plans to Adapt Games Into Movies and TV Shows

Sega has hired Evan Choflin as head of development, to bring video games such as 'Altered Beast' and 'Shinobi' to the big screen. [...]

Sega Is Getting Serious About Turning Their Video Games Into Movies

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Movies Based On SEGA’s ‘Altered Beast,’ ‘Streets of Rage,’ ‘Shinobi’ and More?!

Here’s just about the coolest news to break this year. Variety reports that, as Sega looks to turn more of its videogames into other forms of entertainment, it has hired former Break Media executive Evan Cholfin to lead those efforts. Cholfin now serves as head of development and production at Tokyo-based Stories International, a joint […]

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