The Sega Dreamcast is a console that probably has had the most new games, new hardware interfaces, hacks, etc released for it after it was commercially dead. Take this new hack for instance, a hard drive interface. One that really works. Read on for more information.
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It is no secret that Mario and company never were able to grace the Sega Genesis platform, officially. That has not stopped fans from making unofficial adventures with Nintendo’s favorite Italian plumber available. Take Super Mario 4: Space Odyseey for example, this is a Russian pirate game and looks pretty decent.
The Sega Genesis is getting a lot of newfound love lately from indie developers and publishers. One new release is It Came From the Desert: The Action Game. I have known about this release for awhile now but it was only available on Russian auction sites, or questionable legal-wise “repro” sites, as an illegal, unlicensed, […]
Piko Interactive have been quite busy lately (as evidenced here) and they are not resting anytime soon. Their newest announcement is Duke Nukem 3D for the Sega Genesis, formerly a Brazilian only release. Piko Interactive has acquired the rights to publish this game, they are not simply “taking” the code and putting it on a […]
It sucks big time when parents pass away. It is life but it sucks, nonetheless. One teenager has found a way to relive his glory days of playing the original Xbox with his father’s ghost in Rally Sports Challenge.
What if I told you that there is another level, an inaccessible one before now, that was in Sonic Adventure DX? Windy Valley is the name of the level that was not accessible by fans but is now. Windy Valley was shown as a non-interactive demo in the early days of Sonic Adventure on the […]
Sega had some auspacious ideas for the release of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the Sega Genesis, moreso than what they were able to do. See, there were some hologram labels that were intended to be used on the cartridges but for some reason those plans fell through.
The Genesis gets a raw deal when it comes to colors available and the use of those colors when you compare a cross platform game (see issue #1 of RGM for 15+ pages of such a comparison). Sega could have used better colors for their games, the Genesis has them available, but for some reason […]
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