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8Bitdo Nintendo Switch N30 Pro 2 Bluetooth Gamepad gets release date and other details

Added: 11.11.2018 14:18 | 1 views | 0 comments

Amazon has put up listings for the 8Bitdo Nintendo Switch N30 Pro 2 Bluetooth Gamepad, revealing the release date as well as several other details and images. If you are interested, you can preorder the different versions of the controller with the following links: 6 Edition (Nintendo 64 Style) C Edition (Gamecube Style) M Edition (Sega Genesis Style) N Edition (NES Style) You can also find a general list of features, via Amazon, below: Compatible with Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac OS & Android Featuring motion controls and vibration Designed with the utmost attention to detail- a proper d-pad that feels

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Project Judge’s Friend Event System Detailed By Sega

Added: 07.11.2018 14:37 | 2 views | 0 comments

Befriend residents of Kamurocho and Soutenbori to unlock additional content and opportunities.

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Try before you buy with a Football Manager 2019 demo

Added: 06.11.2018 7:14 | 0 views | 0 comments

Sega has released a demo for the latest instalment of its football management sim, Football Manager 2019.
While not formally announced on the game's news or updates feeds, the demo is now available via the game's Steam page. According to (via ), the demo provides you with half a season to give the sim a go and get acclimatised to the game's systems before commiting your hard-earned cash.
Any progress you make will carry over should you like what you see and decide to pick up the full game. To grab the freebie, head on over to the .

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Team Sonic Racing has been delayed to May next year

Added: 06.11.2018 7:14 | 2 views | 0 comments

Team Sonic Racing will no longer release this year, as originally planned, Sega has announced. Instead, those that like their hedgehogs blue and their woodland animals fast will now need to wait until May 21st next year.
Team Sonic Racing is being developer by Sumo Digital, the developer behind 2012's superb Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed and its predecessor Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. Following much and earlier this year, Sega finally announced the game would be coming to PC, Switch, Xbox One, and PS4 some time "this winter".
Fans rejoiced! As did Eurogamer's Martin Robinson, who at Team Sonic Racing in June. He came away impressed, calling it "the same fundamentally brilliant arcade racer [that] Sumo Digital has proven it's more than adept at creating over the years".

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Random: Former Sega President Admits The Mega Drive Was Created To "Beat" Nintendo

Added: 06.11.2018 5:00 | 2 views | 0 comments

Chasing success.
In the latest issue of Japanese publication Famitsu, Sega's former President Hideki Sato - who led the company between 2001 and 2003 - reflected on the period prior to the release of the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis. When asked about the planning that went into the creation of the system, Sato confessed the team simply wanted to create a game console that could beat Nintendo:
In short, we just wanted to make a game console that could beat Nintendo. We released our very first video game console, the SG-1000, and it sold 160,000 units. Those were huge numbers, considering Sega has only made arcade games that sold no more than several thousand units up until then. However, it stood no chance against the Family Computer , which released on the same day…
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Mario Segale, Inspiration for Nintendo’s ‘Super Mario,’ Dies at 84

Added: 05.11.2018 15:54 | 2 views | 0 comments

Seattle real estate developer Mario Segale, who was the inspiration for the world's most famous video game character — Nintendo's Mario  – died on October 27 at a local hospital. He was 84. ...]

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Football Manager 2019 is Out Now

Added: 04.11.2018 16:31 | 1 views | 0 comments

Sports Interactive and SEGA Europe Ltd. are delighted to announce that Football Manager 2019 is out now on PC and Mac. Want to know more?

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The Man Who Inadvertently Lent His Name To Mario Has Sadly Passed Away

Added: 02.11.2018 9:45 | 5 views | 0 comments

Farewell, Mario Segale.
Mario Segale, the American real estate developer who inspired the naming of Super Mario, has passed away at the age of 84, we're sad to report. Segale died on October 27th, surrounded by his family in Tukwila, Washington.
In case you weren't aware, the story goes that Segale was rented a Tukwila warehouse to the struggling Nintendo of America in 1981, around the same time that Shigeru Miyamoto created the character that would become Mario.
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SEGA AGES Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Might Be The Best Version We've Ever Had

Added: 01.11.2018 12:30 | 7 views | 0 comments

An improved version of Virtua Racing is also expected.
SEGA and M2 are doing a great job of bringing classic Mega Drive games to the Switch with the SEGA AGES series of games. As with the 3DS 3D Classics range, these aren't just lazy efforts. M2 really get into the original games source code so you know you are getting a port worthy of your time.
with M2’s CEO Naoki Horii, he revealed that they are pulling out all the stops for the SEGA AGES port of . Digging into the source code they have found that this will be a challenge; after all, Yuji Naka was a coding genius and his techniques take some head-scratching to get your head around.
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Sega Wants To Bring Star Wars Arcade To Nintendo Switch

Added: 01.11.2018 11:45 | 3 views | 0 comments

Be still my beating heart.
We've been posting a few stories here and there from a recent interview with M2’s CEO Naoki Horii, Sega producer Kagasei Shimomura and director Rieko Kodama, the latter of whom is most famous for her association with , . The interview covered Phantasy Star as well as the news that Switch is capable of emulating , but there are plenty of other interesting facts contained within, too.
One of the more appealing pieces of info relates to one of Sega's past arcade favourites; a title that has been rather forgotten thanks to the annoying complexities of licencing.
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