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Sega to Focus on Reviving Major IPs

Based on its Road to 2020 investor plan, Sega is planning to promote global development by shifting its focus to be more IP-centric. The most tantalizing part of an otherwise mundane PowerPoint is where Sega plans a “Revival of past IPs and active utilization of external IPs”.

Notorious Sega CD Game Night Trap to be Released on PS4

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Sega CD cult classic Night Trap, Limited Run Games will be releasing a remastered version sometime this spring. 

Journey: Hall of Famers and Video Gamers

On April 7th, the band Journey was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Journey created hits like “Don’t Stop Believing” and “Any Way You Want it” which were perfect tunes to play in the background during long summer days of gaming. It was especially perfect if you were playing the game that […]

Sega’s 8-bit Tease Alludes to a New Bayonetta Release

Admit it, you fell for a couple of the April Fools’ day gaming news stories. Maybe you fell for the Geforce GTX G-Assistant plug-in player assist module for the lazy and/or inept gamer. Maybe you fell for the heartbreakingly untrue alliance between Nintendo and Sega called Dream Stream which would have allowed Switch owners to […]

Sigi: A New Platformer with an Old Soul

Steam Greenlight may be changing its name and direction soon, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t great games still hoping to find a place in your Steam library. Looking to follow in the pixelated footsteps of Greenlight hits like River City Ransom Underground and Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Sigi offers retro platforming gameplay with modern […]

A New Hope for the ZX Spectrum Vega+

The development of the crowd-funded ZX Spectrum Vega+ has been, to say the least, troubled but recent updates from Retro Computers Ltd appear to give a new hope to its backers and to fans of the beloved 8-bit computer.

Versus Mode: Bad Dudes vs. Vigilante

Superheroes. Countless video games have been created to allow an average Joe to take the form of a superhero and save the universe. Don the cape, strap on the suit, or get really super pissed and suddenly you become invincible. But what about the unlikely heroes? The fat little plumbers. The boys and their blobs. […]

Weird Al Rocks in 8-bit Style

Gaming and music is one of the greatest pairings in life just like peanut butter and chocolate, sex and candy, and Hall and Oates. Music can be used to amplify the joy of a fun game or make playing a game with terrible sound tolerable. Fortunately, Weird Al can do both.

Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove Bringing the Funk to the Nintendo Switch

Toejam and Earl brought the funk to the Sega Genesis when they crash landed their spacecraft on Earth in 1991 and now they will be jammin’ on the one for Nintendo and its new Switch console. 

Versus Mode: Arch Rivals Vs. Basketbrawl

We all have that one friend. The friend who has a Sega instead of a Nintendo or a Colecovision instead of an Atari. This friend tends to lean towards the obscure and likes to talk about “alternative” versions of mainstream titles. Deciding on which game to play with this friend can be a total pain […]


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