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Sonic (the hedgehog) is arguably Sega’s most famous creation, with the games series spanning two decades, numerous games, and various releases on consoles. The blue spiky mammal recently celebrated his 25th birthday, having first appeared on the Sega Genesis in August 23, 1991 in the self titled 16-bit platform game. As part of the 25th […]
Check out these five classic retro gaming franchises re-imagined using the Unreal Engine.
Money makes the world go round–not just in real-life, but in gaming universes as well. Gaming currencies can often go completely unnoticed, or they are simply something that players take for granted. It isn’t often central to the main storyline, but gaming money often sets the rules for what you can and can’t do within […]
We love a gaming classic. Yes, Metal Gear Solid V is a visually stunning tactical feast and Diablo III is a soul lifting RPG, but hold these up to old school offerings like Super Mario, Sonic and even Space Invaders and the latter group wins every time.
Sega is a unique company. Rather than being like Nintendo and going after the fans that create games using Sega characters, Sega works with a lot of them. Weird. Anyhow, some fans have released the latest trailer for a 3D Sonic the Hedgehog game- Green Hill Paradise Act 2. This is amazing and it is […]
Sega is apparently regaining their wits as they have just announced a brand new 2D Sonic the Hedgehog game. What in the world is going on? While I am not the biggest fan of Sonic the Hedgehog I can say I am impressed with what is shown in this trailer that Sega just released for […]
Sega were in a dire situation when they were pushing their Genesis console in 1991. The Super Nintendo (SNES) release was looming in North America after a quite successful launch in Japan. Sega was hurting. Nintendo had Mario and it was well known that Super Mario World was going to be the pack-in title with […]
Sega are nothing if not prolific in keeping their classic catalog alive. Now, updating that retro gaming catalog, or allowing fans to make their own updates, is another story. Part of Sega keeping their heritage alive is bringing certain, key, games to new platforms whenever possible. By the end of March, several Sonic the Hedgehog […]
When Sega released Sonic onto the world, it just furthered the notion that every company needed a mascot. This was particularly true for console manufacturers- there needed to be an exclusive game series that was ONLY on one platform to entice gamers to buy into it. This was also true for third parties though, especially […]
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