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  • Blog Post: Sega Says Phantasy Star Online 2 Still Planned For Western Release

    According to a Sega representative, the long-delayed MMO will eventually be released in Western markets. Many had given up on the game, given that it was released in Japan back in 2012, and missed a planned U.S. release date in 2013. However, when asked about a Western release for the game on Twitter... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo-Themed Costumes Confirmed For Bayonetta 2, Including Star Fox

    During a special Nintendo Direct today, Platinum Games confirmed that Bayonetta 2 will also include the Nintendo-themed costumes originally announced for Bayonetta 1 on Wii U. The developer also revealed a new Bayonetta 2-only costume based on the character Fox McCloud. The new look, pictured above,... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Details Extensive Breakdowns In Relationship With Gearbox Over Alien: Colonial Marines

    Whether the class action lawsuit over Alien: Colonial Marines ever results in meaningful compensation for consumers is something we don’t yet know. However, the legal matter has served to bring to light serious relationship problems between Sega and Gearbox, according to the publisher’s testimony... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Announces Total War: Rome II – Emperor Edition

    Sega and Creative Assembly are giving the 2013 strategy title a definitive second release, complete with a new campaign pack and other under-the-hood improvements. According to the press release, Emperor Edition comes with Imperator Augustus, a new campaign pack expansion that has players settling a... More
  • Blog Post: Company Of Heroes 2 Expansion Takes On The Battle Of The Bulge

    Company of Heroes 2 is getting a standalone expansion, called Ardennes Assault, based on what Winston Churchill described as, "undoubtedly the greatest American battle of the war" – The Battle of the Bulge. Ardennes Assault features 18 single-player scenarios and three new U.S. companies... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Close To $1.25 Million Settlement In Alien: Colonial Marines Suit

    One piece of the Alien: Colonial Marines class action suit could be drawing to a close soon, as publisher Sega has preliminarily agreed to a settlement with plaintiffs. If accepted by the court, class participants would be due an equal distribution of a $1.25 million settlement. The parties came to an... More
  • Blog Post: New Images Of Transformers Sega MegaDrive Megatron And His Sonic Cartridge

    Takara Tomy has released new images of its upcoming Sega MegaDrive (Genesis)-themed Transformer. The evil leader of the Decepticons has taken on a new form, and he even comes with one of that console’s most popular games. As you can see from the images, it looks like Megatron also has some USB... More
  • Blog Post: Gearbox Tells Its Side Of The Alien: Colonial Marines Story In Court

    In April last year, disgruntled consumers filed a lawsuit against Sega and Gearbox over the critically panned Alien: Colonial Marines. The suit alleges that the title was falsely advertised via demos at trade shows, including PAX and E3. In a statement that was filed along with a request for summary... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Unveils Plans For San Diego Comic-Con

    Sega has announced its plans for this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Fans will go hands-on with its new upcoming games and can explore Nerd HQ, Sega's headquarters for the convention, located at Petco Park, a mere few steps from the Convention Center. Players looking to get their hands on the chilling... More
  • Blog Post: Archie Comics Publishes New Sonic Boom Comic Series

    Archie's Sonic The Hedgehog books been the longest running and most popular video game based comics in history (that includes the middle ages). The comic company is hoping to follow up that success with a new Sonic series based on Sega's upcoming re-branding of the character: Sonic Boom. Ian... More
  • Blog Post: Alien: Isolation Pre-Order DLC Will Be Sold Separately Later

    On the Internet, everyone can hear you scream. In this case, it was Sega and Creative Assembly doing the listening. Earlier this week, the duo announced that most of the cast of Ridley Scott’s Alien is reuniting for some special additional content . The news was met with mixed reactions when it... More
  • Blog Post: Alien: Isolation Pre-Order Bonus Features Sigourney Weaver & Movie Cast [Trailer Added]

    Creative Assembly's Alien: Isolation recreates the terror and tenor of Ridley Scott's Alien film from 1979. If you pre-order the game you can step inside the movie itself thanks to the work of some of the members of the film's cast. Sigourney Weaver (Ripley), Tom Skerritt (Dallas), Veronica... More
  • Blog Post: Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix Migrating West In 2015

    Sega has announced plans to bring its popular Japanese franchise Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 to western audiences come 2015 on 3DS. The game will feature an assortment of improvements and upgrades and currently has Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix as its working title. Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai... More
  • Blog Post: Sonic To Sprint Onto Big Screen In Feature Film

    After more than two decades of various TV cartoon adaptations, Sonic the Hedgehog will finally star in his own big-screen role. Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marza Animation Planet, a Japanese CG animation studio, are collaborating to bring the blue blur to life in a hybrid CG/live-action movie. We... More
  • Blog Post: Oculus-Powered Alien: Isolation Stabbed Me Through The Chest

    If you've been following our coverage of virtual reality innovations emerging throughout the industry, you probably suspected that Oculus VR would be here at E3 in Los Angeles. Despite that crystal ball-like foresight, you might not have anticipated that Creative Assembly's upcoming Alien: Isolation... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Blames Shortfall On ‘Harsh Market Environment’

    Sega has closed the year in the black, but not nearly as well as was forecast. The company closed the year with ¥30.72 billion ($302.2 million), which is 34.6 percent below the ¥47 billion ($462.37 million) forecast and even below what the company posted in 2013. Sega says that even though it... More
  • Blog Post: Sonic The Hedgehog Fan-Mod Modified For Oculus Rift

    Chadtronic on YouTube , a channel which usually specializes in playing Nintendo games on the Oculus Rift, recently decided to give Nintendo's former biggest rival a test run with a Sonic the Hedgehog game. The mod seen in the video below isn't an official Sega Sonic game. Instead it's called... More
  • Blog Post: Castle Of Illusion Is This Week’s PlayStation Plus Game

    Sega’s redesigned classic, Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse ( our review ), is this week’s Instant Game Collection title. If you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you’ll be able to download the title after the store updates tomorrow afternoon. As a reminder, today is your... More
  • Blog Post: Company Of Heroes 2 Gets Standalone Armies And Maps This June

    Relic Entertainment’s World War II real-time strategy title, Company of Heroes 2, is getting some new DLC. The upcoming Western Front Armies add-ons are standalone additions to the game, bringing two new nations to the war. According to Eurogamer , The Western Front Armies adds the United States... More
  • Blog Post: Yu Suzuki Reminisces About Shenmue, Expresses Interest In Shenmue 3

    Yu Suzuki, the mind behind Shenmue, spoke today at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco about how his vision came together. The project was ambitious from its beginnings, but Suzuki was always after something grandiose. After joining Sega in '93, Suzuki's early work was creating arcade... More
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