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Superdimension Neptune VS SEGA Hard Girls launches October 18 in North America, October 21 in Europe

Idea Factory International recently announced that Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls is coming to PlayStation Vita very soon. Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls will launch on October 18th in North America and October 21st in Europe for PlayStation Vita, with a physical and digital version that will be available. Idea Factory released an official description of the game, which you …

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Data Discs’ Golden Axe vinyls go on sale this Saturday

Data Discs have announced that their latest SEGA vinyl release will be Golden Axe inspired, bringing the first two games into one package. The Golden Axe vinyls will go on sale this Saturday (Aug. 27) on the Data Discs website. “This release features the unforgettable artwork from both games, supplied on two thick lithographic prints, with the record itself pressed …

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided includes a hilarious Easter Egg about SEGA’s “& Knuckles” meme

Sonic the Hedgehog‘s Twitter account has spawned numerous hilarious tweets and memes that have entertained us for ages. One meme that seems to be quite prevalent within the Sonic community is the “& Knuckles” joke, which is taken from the game, Sonic & Knuckles. Last year, Sonic the Hedgehog‘s Twitter account posted a hilarious image of a boxart that had …

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Review: The King of Fighters XIV (PS4)

t's been a long time since I woke up thinking about a fighting game. Not since my glory days ascending the global ranks in Soul Calibur IV have I been so consumed by the urge to power on my console for "one more match" which, inevitably, turns into several more… Review: The King of Fighters XIV (PS4) Review: The King …

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Check out this ‘Maid Cafe’ gameplay from Persona 5

For the past couple of days, ATLUS has been showing off trailers for some of the fun activities that you could partake in while strolling the streets of Tokyo. The latest trailer shows off the protagonist visiting a cafe, which you can check out above. Persona 5 is scheduled to be released in the Americas and Europe on February 14th, …

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Street Fighter II for Master System made possible because of a joke

The year was 1997; Master System and Genesis were still popular in Brazil and both were still receiving new games. TecToy, which had a lot of experience programming for Master System, wanted to bring the most popular fighting games to the SEGA 8-Bits console, which prompted them to start development on Street Fighter II. However, the majority of the companies …

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Iam8bit is selling physical copies of Rez Infinite for $39.99

Last year, we were delighted to report that Rez was getting remastered and released on the upcoming PlayStation VR. Unfortunately for lovers of physical merchandise, it was only announced that Rez Infinite would be available as a digital version. Fortunately, online retailer iam8bit announced that they would be selling physical copies of Rez Infinite for $39.99. Pre-orders for the physical version …

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Here’s a new trailer and screenshots for Puyo Puyo Chronicle

Throughout the week, we’ve been sharing some new deets on the upcoming Puyo Puyo Chronicle, which is scheduled to be released this December in Japan. SEGA has released some new information about the game, as well as a trailer and some screenshots. Check them out below! [via Gematsu] ■ What is Puyo Puyo Chronicle?   Arle and Carbuncle were playing …

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Review: D (Saturn)

Kenji Eno wasn't afraid to take risks. His company, WARP, embraced controversy. They were eager to experiment, bending genres as they saw fit. Strangely, their first title, D, didn't showcase much of their trademark controversy or originality. The gameplay was simple, the story thin and the scares cheap. With Night… Review: D (Saturn) Review: D (Saturn) 2016-08-18 VirtuaDrew QUICK LOOK …

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