Kidrobot and SEGA caught a snapshot of the blue blur going fast. This 25th anniversary vinyl figure is 7″ tall and features Sonic running through the Green Hill Zone. It’s also available in a metallic version that’s limited to 200 pieces.
For those of us who participated in the crowdfunding effort, we’re extra excited to see the progress being made on the new ToeJam & Earl game, which does a great job capturing the spirit of the original SEGA games, from its goofy illustration style to its funktastic rhythms.
Yu Suzuki has taken to Kickstarter to fund development of a sequel to the pioneering Dreamcast games. Fan reaction was so massive, that Kickstarter went down upon its reveal at E3. Coming to PS4 and PC in 2017.
HD re-releases of the Sega Saturn classic NiGHTS: Into Dreams and Dreamcast games Sonic Adventure 2 and Jet Set Radio. Available soon (as separate purchases) on XBLA, PSN and Steam.
Loaded with awesome tunes, cool cell-shaded animation, rail-grinding and graffiti, one of our favorites from the SEGA Dreamcast gets brought back to life on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC this Summer.
The latest trailer for Sega’s shooter reveals a Terminator-esque story, except in this future, the machines have much more refined and sleek killing machines compared to the ones Skynet has.
It looked like Anarchy Reigns was just another brawler, but it’s got a new twist. Action Triggered Events (ATEs) disrupt your fights with tidal waves, blades of death and other catastrophic calamities.
Get a good look at four of the most diabolical men of the Japanese underworld in the latest sequel to this dynamic adventure/fighter as they bruise and batter opponents. The winner? Ragdoll physics.
SEGA’s upcoming squad-based shooter for Xbox 360 and PS3 features armies of terminator-like bots and massive urban environments. As a bonus, the trailer has ample cheesy acting and dialogue.
It’s David versus Goliath all over again in Vanquish. Enemies come in different shapes, but almost all of then are gigantic, their size and firepower a good match for Sam Gideon’s reflexes.
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