Good old SEGA. Still stuck in the 90’s, and still pumping out re-releases of said decade games, but can you blame them? The likes of Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, Shinobi and Golden Axe, all titles we’ll remember forever. Speaking of forever, SEGA Forever will let you enjoy them on the go, for free! Continue reading SEGA classics come to mobile, absolutely free
Recently, Sonic fans were unfortunately greeted with news that Sonic Mania would be delayed into summer, expected originally around the month of May (I could be wrong). However, today Sega have now announced its final release date, alongside a new trailer. Continue reading Sonic Mania given its now summer release date
Sega have been ramping up the reveals for Sonic Forces for about a month now and between seeing new cinematic trailers and level run-throughs, a new feature revealed this week came as a total surprise, and a great one too. A character creator! Continue reading Sonic Forces will let you create your own hero
Sega have released a new gameplay trailer of Sonic Forces, showing off the new visual style in a familiar location; Green Hill Zone. In the trailer, Sonic speeds through a memorable location, but its title and scenery are about the only thing familiar. Continue reading Green Hill Zone gameplay from Sonic Forces revealed
Sonic the Hedgehog fans received both good and bad news yesterday during an SXSW panel, which firstly announced a slight delay of Sonic Mania, originally due for console release this spring. Secondly, Sonic’s 2017 project has been given a title, and an official gameplay reveal is expected later today. Continue reading Sonic 2017 gets a title, while Sonic Mania is delayed
With Shenmue 3 successfully crowd-funded and due for release some time in this or the next decade, it looks like Sega may be furthering their interest in bringing back the original two Shenmue titles in remastered form. Continue reading Sega register Shenmue HD domains
Back in the days of the arcade, Sega were the kings. Sure, we had Namco with their lightgun games that won over a load of players, but it was Sega’s 5 minute bursts of fun and creativity that set them apart from the competition. When the games hit consoles, they were certainly lacking in content, but for a pound, they were perfect. Daytona USA was said to be making a comeback, and here it is! Continue reading Daaaaaaytonaaaaaa is back! Daytona 3 hitting arcades
On the Dreamcast, Bizarre Creations released one of the greatest driving games to grace gaming- Metropolis Street Racer- in that it was the beginning of Project Gotham Racing, and an inspiration with its use of the ‘Kudos’ system, which gave you bonus points based on stylish driving. However, the game featured a fantastic soundtrack, which we will dive into below. Continue reading Soundtrack Section: Metropolis Street Racer
Yuji Naka, the creator of Sonic the Hedgehog recently told Famitsu that he always wanted to see Sonic and Mario pairing up in their own action game. While both have appeared repeatedly in the Mario & Sonic at the Olympics titles for Wii and DS platforms, they have yet to meet on a platformer. Continue reading Who else wants a Mario and Sonic platformer?
During a Sonic the Hedgehog 25th anniversary celebration in Tokyo, SEGA developer Takashi Lizuka revealed that the blue blur is coming back in 2017. Details will be revealed during the 25 anniversary party at San Diego on July 22.