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Here Are Eight Sega Saturn Games (That You Can Play Elsewhere Since You Don’t Own A Sega Saturn)

The Sega Saturn is 20 years old in Japan on November 22nd 2014, so I decided to celebrate it by talking about some good Saturn games. But since you probably don’t own a Sega Saturn, I decided to focus on games that has ports to other systems.

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Alien: Isolation is dark, atmospheric and finally official

We’ve known it for months now and SEGA finally made an official announcement of Alien: Isolation along with the first details on the game.

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Sonic Lost World Getting Special Nintendo-Inspired DLC

WE’RE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, PEOPLE. Yoshi’s Island inspired DLC for Sonic Lost World was just announced in today’s Nintendo Direct. Yes, really. It has elements from each game, all in one zone – including egg collecting. And it’s free! I have no idea what is going on.  



Atlus to Have Free Access on Unused SEGA IP

As I’m sure everyone remembers, SEGA purchased a part of Index Corp, Atlus mainly. Now, a lot of gamers have been incredibly outspoken about it, claiming that this partnership will run Atlus into the ground, but here’s some new hope. SEGA COO Naoya Tsurumi mentioned that the SMT and Persona Devs could bring much needed expertise

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Virtua Fighter 20th Anniversary website is up, get hype!

We recently learned that SEGA was going to hold a little keynote regarding Virtua Fighter next month, but now something more has ended up on our plate. Today Virtua Fighter‘s 20th Anniversary website was launched by SEGA, seemingly building up towards something. So far there’s only a video of the first Virtua Fighter title on

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The Very Best Dreamcast Titles – Dreamcast 15th Anniversary

Fifteen years ago today, a very special console was released in Japan. That console was the Sega Dreamcast, the console that would mark the end of Sega’s career as a hardware manufacturer in relation to videogames. It’s my personal favourite console of all time and there’s a lot of reasons for that. It started so

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The Future of Virtua Fighter will be revealead on December 26

My favourite fighting game is Virtua Fighter 5. I absolutely love it more than any other game in the genre and I will play it at any given opportunity against anyone. Lucky me, because today SEGA announced that they’ll be holding a very special round table session at the Kurokawa School for the Future of

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Get Literate with SEGA Genesis Documentary Art Book, Blizzard Historical

And now for something completely different: let’s talk about video game books. I’m not one for Kickstarter projects, but SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works, a documentary artbook written by Keith Stuart and compiled by Read-Only Memory, is officially funded with 27 days left to go. The project is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the console

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Make Your Phone Retro-Classic with SEGA Hardware Series Accessories

Though their hardware days may be long numbered, you can keep the dream alive on your mobile device with the SEGA Hardware Series accessories releasing this November and December. The line features iPhone 5 and 5s phone cases, a Bluetooth 4.0 speaker, and battery chargers. The products will be available at Amazon, BestSku, ThinkGeek, and

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Players Going to Stalingrad in “Company of Heroes 2″ DLC

The “Turning Point” update isn’t the only content coming to Relic Entertainment’s Company of Heroes 2. The developer announced today that the “Victory at Stalingrad” premium content for the game’s Theater of War mode will be launching November 12th and is currently available for pre-order on Steam for 10% off, bringing the $9.99 asking price

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f Coming to PS Vita in Early 2014

Released recently on PS3 outside of Japan to surprising success, Sega has confirmed that the PS Vita version of the game will be releasing in both Europe and the US in early 2014. No further info was revealed, but with more publishers taking greater risks with choosing what titles to localise, seeing their gambles pay

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Free Content Update Coming to “Company of Heroes 2″ Next Week

Relic Entertainment have announced that “Turning Point,” a free content update to their RTS game Company of Heroes 2, will be available November 12th. The update will feature two new multiplayer maps, Rails and Metal and Lazur Factory, four new multiplayer commanders, public chat, co-op battles, and the World Builder, a tool that will allow

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Review: Typing Of The Dead: Overkill

Typing of the Dead is the most motherfucking stupid-ass game I’ve ever played. I god damn love it, fucknuts. Typing Of The Dead: Overkill (PC) Developed by Modern Dream – Published by SEGA Minimum (and, actually recommended) system requirements: OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core processor Memory: 2 GB RAM Graphics: ATI Radeon HD

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“Sonic Dash” Gets “Lost World” Themed Content

New content has come to Hardlight Studio’s iOS endless runner, Sonic Dash. Celebrating the release of Sonic Lost World, the content adds the game’s first boss battle, pitting Sonic against The Deadly Six’s Zazz. In addition, the update adds the Deadly Six Card Collection Challenge, where players must work globally to collect a set number

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