Guardian Heroes is an insanely fun beat’em up for the Sega Saturn. Continue reading
Microsoft has released the list of initial Sega xbox 360 backwards compatible games for Xbox One. Continue reading
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It was a surprise to learn that Sonic the Hedgehog 1 & 2 are to be removed from Nintendo’s Virtual Console and Xbox Live Arcade on October 30th. Continue reading
Sega has rounded out the details on the Castle of Illusion remake. It’s coming out on September 3rd for PSN and September 4th, 2013 for XBLA and digital download on the PC. It will cost each service’s equivalent of roughly $15.
If you pre-order the game on PSN between August 20th and September 2nd, you’ll get the original Genesis game, an exclusive theme, and three avatars. Once your pre-order is complete, you’ll be able to download the original Genesis game right away.
Click on Read More to check out some screenshots from Sega and the E3 trailer for the game.
Having issues finding the new Sonic Generations demo on Xbox Live Marketplace on the interweb? Well, guess what, buckaroos? Evidently you need to be signed into your Xbox Live Gold account on your 360 in order to see the title card for the download. Bummer, eh? At least we know it’s available. Just scroll up to the Game Marketplace section to find it. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to go check it out.
Sega of America has notified everyone to let us all know that a new Sonic Generations demo, which includes Modern Sonic gameplay as well as Classic Sonic, will be hitting Xbox Live sometime today in Europe and North America. It’s not up yet as of 7AM EST, but I suppose they still have 17 hours to go.
If you don’t happen to have an Xbox for some reason, you can grab it next week on PSN on October 25th, 2011. Bummer.
Today we are excited to confirm that a second demo is incoming for Sonic Generations! Best of all, it’s coming really really soon – like really soon! The second demo for the game will be available via Xbox Live Arcade on 18th October across North America and Europe and PlayStation Network on 25th October for North America! You’ve been waiting patiently, you’ve seen the demos, videos and materials we’ve been teasing – now you can enjoy the demo a few days ahead of the full game release on November 1st!
The first demo, released on June 23rd 2011 – the anniversary of Sonic’s 20th year – allowed fans to play as Classic Sonic only. Now the second demo not only contains the Classic content you enjoyed, but now adds in Modern Sonic in the iconic Green Hill level from Sonic Generations! Take that Monday, this week just got a whole lot better!
Do-da do-da do-do-do-do do-do-do DAYTONA!
Well, it’s official. Daytona is coming to PSN and XBLA on October 26th, 2011 in North America and in late November in Europe. It will cost $10. It will be awesome.
Feature list? We got you covered right here.
• Fresh Oil and a New Coat of Paint: Experience the classic retro graphics of the original arcade hit in an enhanced, 16:9 widescreen format
• Let’s Go Away: Relive your glory days of racing to the sounds of the original Daytona USA soundtrack, also available in Karaoke Mode (admit it, you know you have been singing along anyway)
• Pedal to the Metal: Drive like a pro with included support for the Logitech GT Driving Force steering wheel controller on PS3™, and all Xbox 360-supported steering wheel controllers
• Reach the Winner’s Circle: Challenge AI opponents in Arcade Mode, race the clock in Survival and Time Trial Modes, and trade paint with up to eight players in online multiplayer to place on the worldwide leaderboard
If you are not excited by this, I don’t know what to do with you.
Blue, blue skies!
Treasure’s hectic 2D Saturn beat’em up Guardian Heroes is finally out today on XBLA. It costs a mere $10, or 800 MSP, which sure as hell beats the $60+ the US version goes for on eBay. Even better is all of the polish that has been given to this game. I’ve played a couple of hours of it so far and it looks great. I’m looking forward to lots of multiplayer mayhem on Xbox Live and in the house.
I feel like it’s $10 well spent, despite having played a lot of it back in the day.
Wow. So Sonic CD is not only coming to Xbox Live Arcade, but also PlayStation Network, iPhone and iPod touch, iPad, PC Digital Download, Android, and Windows Phone by the end of 2011. The best part? It’s featuring the original Japanese soundtrack! The release, according to Sega, will feature “enhanced widescreen graphics, special iOS features, Xbox LIVE Achievements, PSN Trophies, PC Achievements and more.”
It sounds like this re-release is shaping up to be a solid one. Don’t let us down, Sega!