Monthly Archives: May 2017

Check out how Valkyria Revolution’s main theme was composed

Valkyria Revolution is almost upon us, so it’s pretty fitting to get to know the music behind the game. In a new video released by SEGA, we get to learn how Valkyria Revolution’s main theme was composed. Yasunori Mitsuda, the game’s composer, did a live-concert hall recording of the main theme, which you can check out in a video above. Additionally, …

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Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls launches June 12 on Steam

Last year, Superdimension Neptune VS SEGA Hard Girls launched on PS Vita, but now gets to be played by a wider audience. According to a recent announcement by Idea Factory, the game is scheduled to launch on Steam June 12th! Check out the game’s overview (via Gematsu)  About the Sega Hard Girls A collaboration project between ASCII Media Works’ Dengeki …

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Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire skidding its way onto app stores tomorrow

It’s always good when companies come up with fun ways to promote their upcoming titles and it looks like our friends over at SEGA Europe feel this way too – as this morning we received a surprise package here at SEGA Nerds Towers. Branded with a Prestige MegaCorporation stamp, the package contained a friendly letter from Edelbert Von Guber, CEO of Prestige MegaCorp …

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Go back in time to when SEGA ruled video game conventions

Our friends at iRetroGamer just published a fascinating trip back to the mid-’90s with a video showcasing SEGA’s showing at the Epcot Innoventions show at Disney World. At the show, SEGA was showing its upcoming Genesis, SEGA CD, 32X and Game Gear games, like Virtua Racing, Garfield: Caught in the Act, Aladdin and even the legendary SEGA Channel. You really …

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SEGA Nerdcast: Episode 111 (Seaman Forever)

The SEGA Nerdcast returns with some new segments and bells and whistles! We’ve added a new weekly trivia contest in the Trivia Block segment and have introduced a Game of the Week segment that will focus on a retrospective of a different SEGA game every week. The catch is you, the listener, will be able to decide which game we …

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Sonic Mania releases mid-August; pre-order trailer unveiled

If you think Sonic CD‘s animated sequences are cute, then the pencil animation in the latest trailer for Sonic Mania is 20% cooler and cuter, as SEGA announced that the game will be released on August 15th. The trailer, animated by Tyson Heese, set to Hyper Potions’ “Time Trials,” begins with a quick kindergarten-esque drawing of Sonic, who almost got …

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SEGA Europe announces partnership & game deal with Two Point Studios

Today SEGA Europe has announced a new publishing partnership with Surrey (UK) based developer, Two Point Studios. You may not have heard of the studio – as it was only established in 2016 and, as far as I’m aware, is yet to release any games – however you should hopefully recognise some of the lead team members’ gaming heritage. Headed …

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Has Sonic Mania’s release date been potentially revealed?

Sonic Mania is perhaps one of the most anticipated games of the year for SEGA fans, yet we have not gotten a solid release date yet. The title was originally supposed to be released this Spring but was delayed to improve the quality of the game.  According to Sonic Mania’s Steam page, Sonic Mania is scheduled to land on August …

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Gunstar Heroes’ soundtrack on vinyl goes on sale Saturday

Data Discs has done amazing job remastering classic video game soundtracks to vinyl. For their latest release, Data Discs is putting Treasure’s classic Gunstar Heroes on vinyl for the first time ever. The vinyl will come as a double LP, “sourced from original hardware and cut at 45RPM.” “The package comprises a heavy single-pocket sleeve and two printed inner sleeves, …

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