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Retro Review: The Lost World Jurassic Park

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In Spielberg Town you always make sure you look down at your feet, because if you're standing anywhere near a ledge, you're most likely going to fall off of it and impale yourself on something. That is the life of a compsognathus, velociraptor, t-rex and human hunter in Apaloosa's Lost… Retro Review: The Lost World Jurassic Park Retro Review: The ...

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Yuzo Koshiro joins Monster Boy team


If you weren’t already excited for Game Atelier’s Monster Boy, the next title in the Monster World/Wonder Boy series, well, this piece of news surely will. In an update on the game’s official blog, it was announced that legendary video game music composer Yuzo Koshiro, who’s worked on such games as Streets of Rage, Ys and Shenmue, will compose music ...

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Win a limited edition Shenmue LP when you tweet #SaveShenmue tomorrow!


It’s that time of month, fellow Shenmue fans! On June 3rd, the monthly Tweetathon to revive the Shenmue franchise comes back in full swing, with fans all around the world tweeting #SaveShenmue to raise awareness. For those who still might be on the fence about tweeting #SaveShenmue, Data Discs has partnered with Team Yu for a kickass contest where the ...

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Rush Rush Rally Racing in stock at GOAT Store


For those completely out of the loop, Rush Rush Rally Racing (R4) is a top-down, 2D racing game, developed by Senile Team and published by RedSpotGames for the Dreamcast. The game was originally released to celebrate the Dreamcast’s 10th anniversary of Dreamcast in 2009, and the regular edition of the game sold out in less than two months. The publisher also produced ...

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Social Media Admin Kellie Parker leaves SEGA, Aaron Webber returns


An era has come to an end as Kellie Parker, the Social Media Admin for Sonic the Hedgehog, has left SEGA. Parker joined the company in 2008 where she managed Sonic’s social media presence for nearly 7 years. Parker sent out a heartfelt message as well as some good news to all of her followers through the SEGA blog: “It ...

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Sonic Boom comic series to end after Worlds Unite


Archie Comics announced on Twitter today that the Sonic Boom comic book series would end after issue 11, after the Worlds Unite crossover event comes to a close. The SONIC BOOM comic series will end after #WorldsUnite with #11. Fear not – the stories and characters will continue in our other books. — Archie Comics (@ArchieComics) June 1, 2015 As ...

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Discotek Media to release Sonic X series on Blu-ray, DVD


After previously announced its plans to release the first season of SEGA Hard Girls, Discotek Media has announced it will release the complete Sonic X series on Blu-ray and DVD. No price or date has been announced, but Discotek did say it will feature the English dubbed version of the series and doesn’t know yet if it will be able to ...

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An Aliens: Colonial Marines Update from Randy Pitchford


‘Sup bitches! It’s me again, Randy god-damned Pitchford. Guess what, suckers! I’m out! Yep! The ol’ Randster is now out of the Aliens: Colonial Marines lawsuit! If you’ve somehow missed my other amazing updates, let me fill in your “imbecile holes” with some quick, Pitchford-brand learnings! Back before Aliens: CM was released, the game was shown at trade shows via ...

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Nintendo announces Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games


Well, I hope you didn’t think that just because SEGA hasn’t seen commercial success on the Wii U that it’d stop bringing its games to the system as Mario & Sonic and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games was announced during today’s Nintendo Direct broadcast. The game, which is in development for both the Wii U and 3DS, will be based off ...

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Shenmue, Streets of Rage vinyls now available to pre-order


Those of you eagerly awaiting the opportunity to jam out to the Yuzo Koshiro’s classic Streets of Rage tunes or relax a bit, curled up on the couch on a rainy day listening to the soothing melodies of Shenmue’s soundtrack are in luck. Data Discs have just started accepted pre-orders for the limited edition vinyls for these two classic games. ...

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One on One with The Requiem: Jacky Bryant


If you live in the US, your SEGA Saturn system is very possibly now two decades old. The announcement of the Saturn’s surprise US release was in May 1995, and what followed was a very rocky and admittedly short lifespan for the console. However, several great games graced the Saturn during its short stint on US store shelves, and a ...

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Pier Solar HD now available on Mac App Store


In what’s become the slow, steady march to Pier Solar HD’s Dreamcast release, Watermelon Game’s retro RPG has just been released on the Mac App Store for $9.99. The game clocks in at a hefty 2.15 GB, and can be purchased here. Speaking of the Dreamcast version, Watermelon stated in a Facebook post that the production samples have recently arrived ...

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PSA: SEGA, Capcom crossover event Worlds Unite begins today


Archie Comics’ super, mega, awesome SEGA and Capcom crossover event, Worlds Unite, begins today with Sonic Universe #76. The 12-part Worlds Unite series will take place in Sonic Universe, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic Boom and Mega Man comics that will include such characters like Alex Kidd, Billy Hatcher, Viewtiful Joe, Vyse (Skies of Arcadia), Ryu and more. worlds-unite-mega-man-cover-10 ◄ Back ...

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You can dress up Yoshi as Sonic in Yoshi’s Woolly World


If you ever wished that Yoshi could morph into the blue hedgehog, your dreams are about to come true. A new trailer that was released earlier today by Nintendo reveals that nearly every amiibo you own will unlock a special costume for Yoshi in Yoshi’s Woolly World. One of the amiibo that scrolled across screen was everyone’s favorite hedgehog, Sonic! ...

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SEGA Nerdcast: Episode 86 (NiGHTS of Rage)


Master System homebrew developer Vinnie Crisafulli joins the show this week to talk about developing on SEGA’s first home console in the United States, his upcoming Genesis title and dishes on whether the NES is more powerful than the Master System. The answer just might surprise you! In this week’s show, we discuss: Chris’ Skeleton Warriors figures finally arrived from that ...

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