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  • Sonic Dies April 2015… According to the Official 2015 Calendar

    Published at The Sonic Stadium - 14 readers

    So last year we brought you news that Sega was planning to release a Sonic the Hedgehog themed calendar for 2014, well it seems that Sega will be doing it again this year too. And according to the calendar, Sonic will die in April. Very Sad… anyway. We don’t know how this motobug found it’s way into the Marble Zone, the only explanation is that they’ve become self aware an ...

  • ‘Alien: Isolation’ Prequel DLC: ‘Corporate Lockdown’; Season Pass Details

    Published at Game Rant - 10 readers

    One of 2014′s most-anticipated titles (especially after many releases were bumped into 2015), Alien: Isolation received an overall mixed-to-positive reception from critics and gamers. As addressed in our Alien: Isolation review, SEGA and Creative Assembly have crafted a grueling experience – one that will please certain fans while frustrating others. Despite advanced A.I.

  • Wot I Think: Alien – Isolation

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - By Adam Smith on October 3rd, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Alien: Isolation is Creative Assembly’s first-person survival horror take on Ridley Scott’s Alien. No predators, no marines, no swarms of xenomorphs. This time it’s not war. Instead, we have one space station, one creature and one Amanda Ripley, locked in an apparent cycle of terror.
  • #GamerGate: An Honest Discussion About Games Journalism Ethics – Part 1

    One Angry Gamer - - 7 readers - One of the people I interview during the coverage of Allistair Pinsof’s case involving the fallout with Destructoid and the involvement of the Game Journo Pros, was someone who worked closely with Pinsof when he was employed at the site. The fellow’s name is Geoff Henao and he was the former reviews editor at one of Modern Method’s subsidiaries known as Flixist.

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  • SEGA was originally against bashing Nintendo in their Genesis-era advertising

    …The following comes from Sega Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works, a documentary art book written by the Guardian's Games Editor Keith Stuart... "We had to create awareness, to make a noise and grab attention. After all, we had nothing to lose – by then we had a 2% share of the market! But I had to fight with David Rosen and the ad agency…

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  • Sega Officially Unveils Showdown

    …, this will probably be landing in the area of an “attraction piece” level game or FEC-centric; it is certainly closer to an arcade simulator than a typical arcade racing title. I am surprised by how much they have packed into it though given the modes so when I get a chance to play this in a few weeks I will have to spend more than just a few minutes…

    1 readers - Arcade Heroes -


  • Community Art of the Month: October

    … Once again it is time for our Monthly section in which we gather the amazing SEGA related art the community has been doing around the web. There’s a lot of SEGA love between illustrators and artists, and we love to spread what they are doing! Remember to send to us your work or the one you find via our social networks (Twitter, Facebook, or G…

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  • Going ahead dauntlessly: A Ghosts 'n Goblins timeline

    …. It was one of the first instances of such a message popping up in a video game and it was also the source of intense rage for anyone that made it this far in the 80s. The true ending for Ghosts 'n Goblins is a rewarding achievement, but only few have the patience to achieve it. And then there's Daniel "Kareshi" Brown. He currently holds the world record…

    1 readers - Ozzie Mejia - Shacknews - Ghosts 'n Goblins -
  • One on One with The Requiem: Bayonetta

    … Hey, Nerds! I’m back with a great new interview this week: none other than the talk of the gaming town, Bayonetta herself. However, as many of you might recall, things got a bit sultry here in the One on One studio a couple of months ago when I interviewed the SEGA Genesis. So, in order to prevent our guest from being overwhelmed by masculine…

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  • Persona 4 Arena Ultimax shipments top 230,000

    … Numbers revealed for Atlus' fighting game sequel. Shipments for Atlus and Arc System Works’ fighting game sequel Persona 4 Arena Ultimax have topped 230,000 units across Japan and the U.S., Sega’s latest financial report reveals. The game launched for PlayStation 3 in Japan on August 28 as Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold, before…

    3 readers - Sal Romano - Gematsu - Persona 4: Arena Ultimax - Persona 4 -
  • SEGA, Codemasters have a new arcade racer called Showdown

    … SEGA Amusements just showed off a new arcade racer developed by Codemasters called Showdown. “Showdown delivers arcade thrills and full contact racing in every event, each an electrifying festival of energy, speed and destruction that demands repeat play,” reads the game’s description. “Players will fully commit on every corner and overtake…

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  • Valkyria Chronicles for PC releasing this November

    … Sega announced earlier this week its PlayStation 3 exclusive, Valkyria Chronicles, will be headed to PC through the company’s official Twitter page. Today, Sega is announcing further details of the game’s upcoming release, including its release date. Valkyria Chronicles will be made available on Windows PC through digital download starting…

    1 readers - Daniel Perez - Shacknews - Valkyria Chronicles -
  • How Sonic Helped Sega Win the Early 90s Console Wars

    … with slick arcade conversions like Altered Beast and Golden Axe. With its 16-bit credentials stamped on its casing like a muscle-car badge, it was the most powerful console on the market, and had the potential to reshape gaming in its own, sleek image. But first it would have to defeat the competition. And that meant having to take out Nintendo…

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  • Valkyria Chronicles is My First and Only SRPG Love

    … This week, Sega announced that formerly PS3-exclusive Valkyria Chronicles would be coming to PC November 11, 2014. Just the idea that more people will get to experience this game makes me giddy. Why? Because the Valkyria Chronicles series is my first and only SRPG love. From the beginning, I’ve never really liked SRPGs. This is probably…

    1 readers - Richard Eisenbeis - Kotaku - Valkyria Chronicles -

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