Monthly Archives: July 2014

Community Art of the Month: July

Art of the Month July

Whoa! Better late than never! Almost made it! It took us a while this time again, sorry for the delays, as always I’ve been too busy with a lot of work lately (and by that I really mean a lot), but it’s finally here! Our Monthly section in which we gather the amazing SEGA related art the community has been …

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Crazy Taxi: City Rush drifts to iOS today

It’s been a longtime coming, but Hardlight Studios’ next mobile title Crazy Taxi: City Rush finally releases on iOS devices for free today. You can download it off the App Store here. City Rush takes a departure from previous entries in the series and is designed entirely for mobile and tablet devices in mind. The game features touchscreen driving controls, …

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SEGA Nerdcast: Episode 59 (with Elysian Shadows)

On this week’s Nerdcast, we have the lovely chaps from the Elysian Shadows team back to talk about the progress they’ve made on their upcoming indie RPG and what their thoughts on their soon-to-be-launched Kickstarter campaign for the game. Remember, the team’s Kickstarter goes live in less than 24 hours! You can keep up to date with it here. Duration …

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Service Games Audio Book Update and New T-Shirt

From the pioneering team that brought you the original Sega history book Service Games: The Rise and Fall of Sega, comes a brand new Service Games themed T-Shirt available for a very limited time exclusively at Teesprings. The shirts are available in 5 different colors and are only available this week. The Teesprings count down timer will end on Sunday 3rd …

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We’re giving away a copy of Dux 1.5 and want you to win it!

Last month, we gave away a copy of the original Dux (see our review) and this month we are giving away a copy off Dux 1.5. This time the contest will take place on Facebook: Share this post on your timeline and tell us what you would do with a free copy of the game. Be sure to include the hashtags #SNcontest, …

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SEGA Central Episode 2 takes us back to E3

The affable Jim Dyer and lovely Katy Clements return in the duo’s second SEGA Central episode. This episode focuses on E3, where SEGA’s big title to show off was Sonic Boom, and our dearly departed Aaron Webber takes us through the paces of its booth, as well as Alien: Isolation and Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F 2nd. Even our buddy …

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Here’s some footage of the second chapter in Bayonetta 2

The San Diego Comic Con is will underway, and it’s brought us some sweet footage Bayonetta 2’s second chapter. While it was already announced that the original Bayonetta, which features some sweet Nintendo-inspired outfits, would be bundled with the sequel, the IGN crew confirmed both games will be on separate discs. Nintendo Treehouse’s Daniel Orihuela was on hand for the panel …

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Original Alien’s movie cast talks Alien: Isolation

It was just recently that we learned the original Alien movie cast will be involved in Alien: Isolation in the form of pre-order bonus missions. This video, titled “The Cast of Alien,” shows the original cast who will reprise their roles talking about the movie and how excited they are to be apart of Alien: Isolation. The game will be …

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AGES of SEGA: Pop Flamer (SG-1000)

The SG-1000 was all about bringing the arcade home. It did this quickly as well. Pop Flamer is a 1983 arcade game by Jaleco. Jaleco seemed to be following up their first arcade game, Naughty Boy, with Pop Flamer. In doing so, they refined it to a more fun and polished game. SEGA then ported the game to the SG-1000 …

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Willie’s Wild World of SEGA: Pilot Episode

Willie is the world’s biggest SEGA Nerd and a former janitor at Australia’s SEGA Ozisoft during the late ’90s and early aughts. During his time there, he’d scour office trash bins and dumpsters during the midnight hours to find any juicy SEGA Dreamcast tidbits and leak them to the Internet. It didn’t take long before Willie was caught, and while …

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