Tag: Sega

Sega’s Football Manager 2019 Mobile and Football Manager 2019 Touch are officially out on Android

Sega’s Football Manager 2019 Mobile and Football Manager 2019 Touch have both landed on the Google Play Store. These management sims bring along plenty of new enhancements, but of course, you can still expect to find everyone’s favorite soccer management simulation gameplay. If you are confused by the two similar titles, allow me to fill […]

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Shining Force Classics is the latest SEGA Forever release on the Play Store

Alright, it’s been a while since the last SEGA Forever release, but today we a have a new title that contains a three-pack from the Shining Force RPG series. One thing to keep in mind is that this is a series that has gone through a few changes over the years. The first title, Shining in […]

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5 best SEGA Genesis emulators, SEGA Mega Drive emulators, and SEGA CD emulators for Android

One of gaming’s first big rivalries was between the SEGA Genesis and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). We know that Nintendo ultimately won the rivalry, but plenty of people still enjoyed the Genesis and there were plenty of great games for the system. If you’re aching for some nostalgia and the Genesis is your […]

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15 best emulators for Android

Older consoles are an endearing and memorable part of a lot of childhoods. From the SNES to the PlayStation, there were a ton of amazing, iconic games. Some of them are still good by today’s standards. Many of those games have mobile releases, like older Final Fantasy games. However, many only exist on those older […]

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Streets of Rage 2 Classic is the latest SEGA Forever title on the Play Store

The SEGA Forever program may have had it’s release schedule slowed down earlier this year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few classics left in Sega’s library that are slated to come to Android. Last month we received a re-release of Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II, and today the classic beat ’em up Streets of […]

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Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II re-released as a SEGA Forever title

Ah, good ‘ol Sega, re-releasing what used to be paid titles as new ad-filled releases that contain the exact same game. The SEGA Forever program is rife with similar re-releases, so it’s no surprise to see that Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II is the next to join the bunch. If you own the old version that […]

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The Largest Mecha Plastic Model In History Is Completed And Enormous 

Kotaku previously reported that Japanese model company Kotobukiya had made one-to-one scale plastic parts for a Border Break mecha model. It has now been put together. According to Kotobukiya, this was to be the largest one-to-one scale plastic model ever. The parts were on runners in Shinjuku Station in Tokyo. They had to be cut […]

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The Shin Megami Tensei Mobile Game Embraces The Hell World Of Social Media

Screenshot: Sega (Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2) “This is the world of the downloaders,” says one of the characters early on in Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2, Sega’s mobile adaptation of the Atlas JRPG series. That was the moment I started to like this game, despite the fact that it’s free-to-play, chuck full of microtransactions, […]

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Download some devils in Sega’s new gacha JRPG ‘Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2’

Last month the English version of Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2 was listed on the Play Store for pre-registration. At the time I assumed the official release would follow shortly, so it’s not much of a surprise to see that it’s available for download today. Fans of the Shin Megami Tensei series will be able […]

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Sonic Mania’s Encore Mode Is The Perfect Excuse To Play Again

Sonic Mania’s blend of classic stages and ROM-hack inspired originals created a mix tape of everything awesome, fast, and blue. The Encore DLC, released today as part of Sonic Mania Plus, embraces the mixing and matching that made the base game great. Sonic Mania Plus is an expanded version of the original game that has […]

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This Kit Lets You Make Your Old SNES Controllers Completely Wireless

GIF: 8Bitdo For five years, 8Bitdo has been creating near-perfect wireless clones of your favorite classic gamepads, improving the experience of emulating retro games on modern devices. But if near-perfect isn’t perfect enough for your discerning gaming tastes, the company is now selling kits that should make it dead easy to upgrade your original Nintendo […]

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New Sega Book (For Adults) Has Pop-Ups

Specialist publisher Read-Only Memory, the team behind A+ books like the Sega Genesis Collected Works, are trying something different. Instead of releasing another coffee table book about video games, they’re releasing a coffee table book about video games that also has cardboard pop-ups of old Sega arcade cabinets. The book is called SEGA Arcade: Pop-Up […]

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The Total War Steam Community Was ‘Awful’ Until The Devs Brought In A Moderator

According to developer Creative Assembly’s Grace Carroll, the Total War series’ Steam community was, until very recently, a mess. Largely left to their own devices, forums became “toxic” and “an awful place to be.” Instead of letting the trash fire burn, though, the developer decided to dedicate resources to putting it out. Speaking at the […]

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Gucci Just Dropped Another Sega-Inspired Sneaker

Brand: Gucci Model: Rhyton Gucci print leather sneaker Key Features: This chunky black sneaker boasts a thick sole with gum accents, alongside a leather upper. Gucci’s logo is printed on the side, in SEGA’s graphic font. Release Date: Available now. Price: £670 (approx $884) Buy: Gucci Editor’s Notes: Gucci just dropped another Sega-inspired sneaker. This time, however, […]

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Shenmue I & II launch on August 21 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Sega announced today that the Shenmue I & II remasters will be available on August 21 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Both games come together in the collection. The original Shenmue came out for the Dreamcast in 1999. It is a landmark game that pioneered the open world genre we see so often today […]

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