I take the fan-made Alex Kidd in Miracle World 2 for a quick spin! Continue reading
It’s been a long time since our previous Fan Art Showcase. We wanted to bring it back, but got distracted by things.
Here’s our second edition of the Sega Fan Art Showcase. The next installment will arrive before Phantasy Star Online 2 gets a North American release, we promise.
Phantasy Star 1 by kamiomutsu.
Alex Kidd in Miracle World by Mr Nik.
Jet Set Radio and Splatoon crossover by gemi333.
Shinobi fan art by BrotherOstavia.
Monster World IV fan art by
ESWAT: City Under Siege fan art by Vandrell.
Phantasy Star II fan art by Isedaichi Ken.
Splatterhouse fan art by TheDarkCloak.
A take on a favorite level of Shinobi III by modusprodukt.
Yakuza 5 fan art by Amasaki Kasama (NSFW content).
If you have any exceptional, inspired, or just a beloved piece of fan art you’d like to submit for our next gallery, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
Other Sega Fan Art Galleries
Be sure to check out previous Sega fan art galleries:
Tags: alex kidd, alex kidd in miracle world, eswat: city under siege, fan art, gallery, jet grind radio, jet set radio, monster world iv, phantasy star, phantasy star i, shinobi, shinobi iii: return of the ninja master, splatterhouse, yakuza 5
Microsoft has released the list of initial Sega xbox 360 backwards compatible games for Xbox One. Continue reading
Tags: alex kidd, condemned: criminal origins, crazy taxi, golden axe, ikaruga, Monster World, NiGHTS into dreams..., sonic cd, sonic the hedgehog, sonic the hedgehog 2, sonic the hedgehog 3, streets of rage, XBLA, xbox 360, Xbox One
Sega activity on the web has been a little slow since last week, so I figured we’d try something new. Below, you’ll find some samples of some really cool Sega fan art that I found around the web. Continue reading
Kurt Kulata, of Hardcoregaming101, posted a few Alex Kidd-related items to Facebook and one of them was the video below. I hadn’t seen it before. Evidently, in 2012, Game Informer translated the following sequence from the Dreamcast game SGGG and put it on the web. Find out how Alex Kidd reacted to fading into obscurity in the 90s. Prepare your Kleenexes, folks!
Damn, right in them feels.
It’s a weekend on the interwebs and there’s usually very little new stuff to read or do. With that in mind, I wanted to point out 1UP’s recent Missing Mascots: Gaming Personalities that Slipped Off the Radar article. It’s a Where Are They Now for gaming mascots of the 1980s and 1990s, including many who graced Sega consoles. Alex Kidd, Opa Opa, Randar, Wonder Boy, and Yuko all get their own sections.