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|Shenmue I & II Review | GameSkinny|
Added: 21.08.2018 8:31 | 0 views | 0 comments
These are indeed relics of a bygone era, but they still hold up because of the work SEGAs put into this collection. As it stands, this is the very best way to play these classics, and it's a collection that should be in your library if youre a fan of Japanese role-playing or action games.
|Shenmue I And II Is Now Available For Xbox One|
Added: 21.08.2018 6:40 | 0 views | 0 comments
Product Info: Developer: D3T Publisher: SEGA Europe Ltd Website: Shenmue I & II Twitter: @d3tLtd / @SEGA_Europe
|Valkyria Chronicles 4 announces a slew of new features|
Added: 21.08.2018 4:43 | 0 views | 0 comments
SEGA Atlus is proud to reveal the latest additions to Valkyria Chronicles 4 before its release on September 25. Traverse across diverse environments including radiant countryside, dust-swept battlefields, and snow-stricken arctic wastes as you fight for The Federation in its brave battle against The Empire.
|Shenmue I and II review - Revenge Gets a Facelift | Reggie Reviews|
Added: 21.08.2018 0:23 | 0 views | 0 comments
The original Shenmue was an unofficial flagship title for the SEGA Dreamcast on release in December 1999
|Sonic Mania Plus Review - GamerKnights|
Added: 20.08.2018 17:52 | 0 views | 0 comments
GamerKnights reviewer Joe has done a full review of the new "Sonic Mania Plus".
"Sonic: Sonic Mania was a triumphant return for the blue blur. Finally there was a Sonic game worth the legacy of Segas number one mascot, taking all of the best bits of Sonics 2D past and remixing it into something blisteringly cool and surprisingly fresh. Now, about a year since its original release, its been given a new lease of life with a generous helping of extra content and for a ridiculously cheap price tag, too. Sonic hasnt been this well looked after in AGES."
|Shenmue 1 & 2 Review - GameWatcher|
Added: 20.08.2018 16:24 | 0 views | 0 comments
From GameWatcher: "In the last breaths of the 20th century, Shenmue was unleashed upon the world. Developed by Yu Suzuki, it was a forefather for immersive storytelling in video games- Flanked by the likes of Metal Gear Solid and Resident Evil. To say the title is any less than legendary would be an insult- It stands on a reputation of many industry firsts, and influenced how games are made even today. Over 40 million dollars were spent developing and marketing the game, but it still couldn't save Sega's ill-fated Dreamcast."
|Shenmue I & II Review - PlayStation Universe|
Added: 20.08.2018 16:24 | 0 views | 0 comments
From PlayStation Universe: "Chances are if you have played and enjoyed Shenmue I & II previously you have already committed to pre-ordering the return tour on PS4 and for those folks I can confidently say that you have made a sterling purchase; Sega have re-released these classic games in their definitive form and you should be rightly excited for it."
|Team Sonic Racing Adds Vector the Crocodile, Blaze the Cat and Silver the Hedgehog|
Added: 19.08.2018 18:19 | 0 views | 0 comments
Vector the Crocodile, Blaze the Cat, and Silver the Hedgehog will be playable characters in Team Sonic Racing, Sega announced. The trio make up the game’s Team Vector. Both Team Vector and the previously announced Team Rose, as well as the new Ice Mountain track, will be playble in the game’s Gamescom 2018 demo build....
|Valkyria Chronicles 4 shows that to move forward sometimes you've got to take a step back|
Added: 19.08.2018 15:16 | 0 views | 0 comments
Ten years have passed since the very first Valkyria Chronicles, but it could have been so much longer ago - or much more recently, really. There's something ageless about Sega's original PlayStation 3 tactical shooter, something in its washed out lo-fantasy take on World War 2 that feels like it transcends time. That's another of the strange things about Valkyria Chronicles - it's a game that's constantly pined for, and yet one that's never really been away all that long.
Maybe it's because so many of the games in those intervening years never really scratched the itch left by the original - or weren't properly given the chance to, anyway. A sequel came out for PSP back in 2010, taking the turn-based formula back to school in a slightly discordant but still enjoyable outing, followed up quickly by a third instalment that, while brilliant, never made its way out of Japan. A five year lull ensued, the silence broken by Valkyria Revolution's dismal fanfare - a spin-off that bungled a handful of the series' tropes into an anaemic action game. It was a definite nadir of Valkyria Chronicle's decade of existence.
So how lovely it is to have such a concerted bounce back so soon after the Valkyria games had hit rock bottom - and what a bounce back it is. Valkyria Chronicles 4 is a full-blooded, big-hearted throwback to everything that made the original shine, a return to the strategic action as well as to the whimsical fantasy take on World War 2. After the turbulence and disappointment of Valkyria Revolution, there's something warming about going back to it all and finding everything in its right place.