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  • Blog Post: These Sega Classics Have Never Looked More Awesome

    Five talented artists have teamed up to turn some popular Sega games into bona fide works of art, and you can see them all right here. Art gallery Cook & Becker commissioned the works, which include beautiful takes on Streets of Rage (seen above), Jet Set Radio, Phantasy Star, Golden Axe, and Shinobi... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Announces Alien: Isolation Shipments Of 2.1 Million, Blames ‘Harsh Market Environment’

    Sega announced its financial performance for the year ending March 31, 2015 today. The company posted net losses of ¥11.26 billion ($93.9 million) down from from profits of ¥30.72 billion ($256.1 million) last year. The company also suffered from a 54.3 percent drop in operating income indicating... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Closing Some Mobile Games, But Isn’t Saying Which

    Sega has announced today that it will be closing a number of its mobile offerings. The titles slated for delisting will be removed from the Apple App Store, Samsung App Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon App Store. There’s just one problem. We don’t know which games are being terminated... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Will Not Have Its Own Booth At E3 2015

    We have some bad news for Sega fans (and, especially those holding out hope for a Shenmue announcement at E3). The company has confirmed to Game Informer that it will not have its own booth at the show next month in Los Angeles. Sega will be teaming up with some of its partners, though. So you might... More
  • Blog Post: Terror On Your Bookshelf: Alien Isolation Tapped For Action Figure Line

    You hid in closets, ducked under beds, and did everything in your power to not see the xenomorph in Creative Assembly's Alien: Isolation video game. How would you like to look it in the face every day? Toy manufacturer NECA is bringing Alien: Isolation's terrifying nemesis to the action figure... More
  • Blog Post: Learn How The Mega Modem Gave Sega Genesis Downloadable Games In 1990

    The Sega Genesis was ahead of its time in many ways, including online connectivity. The Mega Modem in Japan and Sega Channel in the United States gave Genesis players the ability to buy and download games well before the Internet was commonplace in everyone's home. The latest video from Did You Know... More
  • Blog Post: Sonic 2, Gunstar Heroes, And Streets Of Rage 2 Getting 3D Remasters For 3DS

    Sega's 3D remastered series is getting a few new additions for 3DS. Sega's 3D remastered series takes classic games and adds stereoscopic 3D effect, widescreen, and new modes and features. Previous titles that have been remastered this way for 3DS include Sonic the Hedgehog, Fantasy Zone, and... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Bandai Namco, Sega, And Capcom Mash-Up Project X Zone Getting A Sequel

    Update: Project X Zone will be making its way to North America. You can check out the English version of the trailer directly below. For North America, the game is apparently losing the Brave New World subtitle and will also be releasing in fall of this year, just like the Japanese version. Original... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Classic Arcade Machines Reimagined In Lego Form

    If you’ve ever wanted to own an arcade cabinet but were worried about cost or space, Lego may soon have set of Sega machines that fits on your shelf. The set, created by Lego Ideas user SpacySmoke, includes classic Sega arcade machines Space Harrier, Out Run, and Thunder Blade – along with... More
  • Blog Post: Get 93 Sega Games For $80 With The Sega Steam Super Bundle

    Sega has already kicked off its weekend Steam sale, and is offering a staggering bundle. Steam's Sega Weekend will feature most of the company's available titles at big discounts, ranging from classics like Crazy Taxi to the recent Alien: Isolation. However, the best deal is the Sega Super Bundle... More
  • Blog Post: 3DS Dreamcast Theme Is A Treat For Your Ears

    The Sega Dreamcast may not have stuck around as long as Sega may have hoped, but it left a lasting impression on fans. Sega of Japan is releasing a Dreamcast theme for the Nintendo 3DS that reskins the UI and provides a faithful audio recreation of the retro console's startup – warts and all... More
  • Blog Post: Creative Assembly Prototyped Alien Isolation In Third-Person

    Creative Assembly's Alien: Isolation received praise ( read our review ) for creating a terrifying experience that feels authentic to the universe established in Ridley Scott's groundbreaking film, some of which is owed to the terrifyingly intimate first-person perspective. During a panel entitled... More
  • Blog Post: New Survivor Mode DLC For Alien: Isolation Available Now

    Sega has released Alien: Isolation’s fifth DLC pack, “The Trigger,” as part of the game’s Survivor Mode. “The Trigger,” which is set before the events of the game, puts players in the shoes of Ricardo as he attempts to assist Marshal Waits in dealing with the alien... More
  • Blog Post: Fans Bring The Canceled, Unfinished Sonic X-Treme To Life

    A motivated group on the Sonic Retro Forums has painstakingly ported the cancelled, unfinished Sega Saturn 3D Sonic title Sonic X-Treme to PC so it can be played on modern machines. You can check out some gameplay footage of the port in the video below, and find out more about the project and how to... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Can Sonic Be Redeemed?

    The Sonic the Hedgehog franchise has been on the ropes for a number of years. Whether you're talking Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) or the failed attempt to dramatically change things up with 2014's Sonic Boom, it's been a rough go for one of gaming's most recognizable mascots. Since the Sonic... More
  • Blog Post: New Teaser Image Unveiled For Archie Comics’ Worlds Unite Sega and Capcom Crossover Event

    Two years ago, Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man teamed up in Archie Comics’ Worlds Collide crossover event. Last year a follow-up was teased, and today we learned that the World’s Unite event is even larger than originally thought. Not only are characters from Mega Man X and Sonic Boom entering... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Buys Shoot Many Robots, Marvel Puzzle Quest Dev Demiurge

    Sega recently announced a re-alignment of its priorities, putting more focus on mobile and PC gaming. The company, which recently announced major layoffs and a move from its long-time western headquarters in San Francisco, has just acquired a new studio. The company announced today it has purchased Demiurge... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Projects Net Loss As Sonic Boom Skids With Under 500,000 Copies Sold

    With recent layoffs and the announcement of abandoning its long-time North American headquarters in San Francisco, we knew that Sega wasn’t have its best year. Today’s earnings release puts a fine point on that, as the company now projects a year-end loss following a down holiday quarter... More
  • Blog Post: Alien: Isolation Lost Contact DLC Adds New Salvage Challenge To Survivor Mode

    A new set of 10 challenges for Alien: Isolation's one-on-one human versus xenomorph Survivor Mode is now available, along with new collectibles and crafted items. The Lost Contact DLC puts players in the shoes of Axel, the lone-wolf survivor from Sevastopol Station during the campaign. Stranded in... More
  • Blog Post: Total War: Attila Gets Insane Unboxing Video

    The special edition of Creative Assemblies' newest strategy sim, Total War: Attila, will include three new playable factions, a 64-page biography, and a double-sided poster, but you don’t want me yammering on about this game. Watch someone take an arrow to the knee while trying to do an unboxing... More
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