Sega of Europe published their latest Sega Central and some interesting items were discussed. I go over the important bits and give my thoughts on the official statements.
It’s the weekend again, which means it’s time for Saturday Morning Sega for the week ending March 5th, 2016!
It’s the weekend again, which means it’s time for Saturday Morning Sega for the week ending February 27th, 2016!
Nekketsu Oyako is a “theme park” beat `em up for the Sega Saturn.
Microsoft has released the list of initial Sega xbox 360 backwards compatible games for Xbox One.
The Sega Mega Drive turns 27 today.
Data Discs has announced a leftovers sale for the Shenmue and Streets of Rage translucent color, black and limited edition vinyls!
Here’s a gallery of awesome Sega cosplays where fans bring their favorite characters to life!
Sega 3D Fukkoku Archives is a Japan exclusive Nintendo 3DS compilation of Sega 3D Classics.
There isn’t much to report on aside from the headline, but Data Discs confirmed that they have plans to release the entire Streets of Rage trilogy on LP as they did with the first game. Considering the immense popularity of Streets of Rage 2, you might want to watch it’s release day like a hawk to get a copy!
Well, we hope you got the chance to pre-order either a Shenmue or Streets of Rage limited edition LP from Data Discs – because both of the LEs were sold out on the first day! Unfortunately, it’s more likely that a good number of them are going to opportunistic individuals than genuine enthusiasts. What a bummer. It’s no surprise that Data Discs LPs have proven to be popular. The packages, especially the Street of Rage release, look great.
The internet is ablaze with buzz this week as news broke out that Data Discs will be releases new Shenmue & Streets of Rage vinyl LP albums. The audio has been remastered for these new albums and they go on sale on May 30th, 2015 when the company’s website opens for business. These two albums will be the companies’ initial offerings, and the company states on their Facebook page that they have obtained the rights to “develop their back catalogue on vinyl.” That means even more releases are possibly on
Check out this surprise tribute to Streets of Rage that was in the recently released Saints Row IV! Now you might have a new incentive to check the game out.
There’s not much going on the interwebs today. Keith Apicary uploaded his new Keith of Rage song to Youtube, which you can see below. It’s quite obviously inspired by the Genesis classic Streets of Rage. How is it? It’s… a Keith Apicary song.
Seeking to fill an unjust omission in OCRemix’s catalog of albums devoted to remixes for specific games and series, they’re launching a Streets of Rage project (finally!). Forum poster Dusk spilled the beans and asked for volunteers last Wednesday in this forum post. According to Dusk, this will be a 3 album project, with each album focusing on a game in the series. The plan is to release each album about a year apart, devoting the time in between to craft the best remixes possible. This also means that fans
In the first news posting today involving remakes of games being easier than their originals, Sega has released additional details on 3D Streets of Rage here (Japanese). In a new “One Hit Deathblow Mode,” players will be able to defeat enemies with a single punch. I’m confused, is this an iOS game or a 3DS game? It sounds too simplistic for an actual gaming handheld. I’m not a fan of dumbing the game down so severely. 3D Streets of Rage will also feature co-op play (huzzah), control configurations, and a