Monthly Archives: January 2017

Xenocider’s latest update features a new boss and stage

With the new year rolling along, Retro Sumus has released new footage of a boss from Xenocider, as well as a stage that is reminiscent of Crazy Taxi and Sonic Adventure‘s Transistor Highway! In addition to the Xenocider update, Retro Sumus is also planning a new project that will involve a collaboration in the Dreamcast scene. Can’t wait! Via Retro …

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King of Fighters XIV is coming to arcades, currently being tested

The King of Fighters XIV

Back in September, SNK and SEGA released King of Fighters XIV for PlayStation 4. Although it was only released as a console port, SNK has stated that King of Fighters XIV is also headed to arcades.  Recently, SNK announced that will begin testing the arcade version at three specific Taito Stations: Machida, Osaka, and Fukuoka Tenjin. Each play will cost …

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Dreamcast shooter SLaVE is still on its way

Around two years ago, Isotope Softworks announced a new Dreamcast shooter in development called SLaVE. The game featured a neon aesthetic and maze-like maps, taking some influence from DOOM and Robotron 2084. There have been sporadic updates about the game’s progress since then, but no concrete release date has been announced.  Coraline from Isotope Softworks recently gave fans an update …

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RetroN 5’s Game Gear, Master System adapter now available for pre-order

We’ve covered Hyperkin’s upcoming RetroN 5 3-in-1 adapter quite extensively here at SEGA Nerds ever since we got word of its supposed existence several years ago. To our surprise, seemingly out of nowhere, Hyperkin finally announced the adapter, which adds Game Gear, Master System and Master System card support to the RetroN 5, during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show via a …

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New Jersey Devils’ Retro Night inspired by Sonic, Streets of Rage

I live in New Jersey, and I don’t know a lot of people who claim to be New Jersey Devils fans, but their recent Retro Night has quickly made me a fan of the team, well, at least whoever on their staff was responsible for this amazing video. During last Thursday’s home game, the Devils featured Retro Night that included …

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Dreamcast shooter Ghost Blade HD coming to Steam, PS4, Xbox One, Wii U

Popular Dreamcast developer Hucast Games announced today that their well regarded, bullet-hell shooter Ghost Blade will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and Wii U. Ghost Blade HD will release in February on each platform’s digital store, according to Hucast’s tweet. Dear fans, our Intense Bullet Hell Shmup Ghost Blade HD is coming to PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and …

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A TON of classic SEGA soundtracks are now on Spotify

If you have been hoping for some new SEGA music to listen to on the road or while you’re at the gym, you’re in luck! A ton of SEGA music has been uploaded onto Spotify including  Fantasy Zone, NiGHTS, Out Run, Virtua Fighter, Skies of Arcadia, Kunoichi (Nightshade),  Golden Axe, Alex Kidd, Galaxy Force, Jet Set Radio, Rhythm Thief, and …

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Yakuza 0 is getting free DLC over the next couple of weeks

Goro is pretty much the coolest character ever.

Yakuza 0 has finally launched in the West, and with it, a new launch trailer! In addition to the new launch trailer, SEGA has announced that it will be releasing patches for the game that will deliver some brand new content absolutely free.  Batches of new content will be made available every week until February 14th, and it will include …

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Review: Yakuza 0

If you had told me a year ago that I would be eagerly anticipating the release of the next Yakuza game, I'd have called you a filthy liar.

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