Tag Archive | Sega

PS2, Dreamcast Titles Coming to PSN?

According to a Sega document, PlayStation 2 and Dreamcast titles are coming to the PlayStation 3. “Marked as confidential, the Sega document–which contains notes derived from a meeting with SCEA on August 5th–clearly states that Sony wants to sell ALL PlayStation 2 games on the PlayStation Network including Grand Theft Auto Vice City, older Sonic […]

Rush Rush Rally Racing- A New Dreamcast Release?

Here’s the full story from redspotgames.com: Rush Rush Rally Racing is an old school 2D racing game for SEGA Dreamcast. No sponsored cars, no realistic environments – just plain old fun! Features: Single-player grand prix mode with four difficulty levels Three multi-player modes to enjoy with up to four players Five race cars to choose […]

Happy 10th Birthday, Dreamcast!

James Dean, Kurt Cobain, Sega Dreamcast. All of them looked to have promising futures; all of them died in their prime. Today is the 10th anniversary of the Sega Dreamcast, a system near and dear to many a heart. Fans revere the system for its wealth of incredible games over its short lifespan, and its […]

PS3 Bayonetta Not Looking So Good

At an event held in Tokyo over the weekend, Sega invited gamers to come and witness the debut of Bayonetta on the PlayStation 3 in all its blurry, stuttering glory. Up until now, Sega and Platinum have chosen to show off Bayonetta on the Xbox 360, and judging from 1UP’s reaction to the title, the […]

The Truth Behind Hardcore Wii Software Sales

A lot has been said, written, and typed about hardcore third-party sales figures on the Nintendo Wii. While numbers for such titles may not rival that of the cutting-edge systems, we may not be seeing the complete picture. It is no secret that development costs on what is basically a last-gen console “retread” are exceptionally […]

Alpha Protocol Mini-Preview

Those of you who appreciate playing roles are going to dig Alpha Protocol, the Espionage RPG coming from Obsidian Entertainment(and Published by SEGA) later this year. The game is actually more along the parallel of the Action RPG genre and offers much in the vein of customization, allowing you to personalize your version of the […]

Maintaining “Control”…

The Atari 2600 joystick. The NES Advantage. The Genesis 6-button controller. PlayStation Dual Analog control. Each of the aforementioned input devices revolutionized control in gaming as we knew it. Microsoft’s “Project Natal” is no different. So, with recent advancements in technology, could we be on the precipice of the physical control scheme’s extinction? To answer […]