Chris Powell

Chris is the editor-in-chief at SEGA Nerds. Over the years, he's written for publications like Joystiq, PSP Fanboy, RETRO magazine, among others. Oh yeah, he's also been a diehard SEGA Nerd his entire life.

Adult Swim Games is publishing TJ&E: Back in the Groove on PC, consoles

ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove was successfully funded on Kickstarter in March last year, having raised more than $500,000. Since then, series co-creator Greg Johnson and his team at HumaNature Studios have been steadfast at work creating the new entry in the series. Today, we’ve learned that Adult Swim Games has signed the game to its publishing label, …

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Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live coming to PlayStation VR

We’ve already seen a tech demo for a Hatsune Miku virtual reality game, and it appears SEGA has continued work on the project as it has announced Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live for PlayStation VR during Gamescom. The game will release on Oct. 14 in both the Americas and Europe for an undisclosed price and promises to be “an all-encompassingly immersive Miku experience” that will be …

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New Monster Boy gameplay trailer released

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is pretty much one of our most anticipated games coming this year. The game’s developer, The Game Atelier, is at Gamescom this week, where it will be playable at the Xbox booth, and has released a new gameplay trailer to celebrate the occasion. This trailer shows off each of the six playable character’s transformations, …

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Sonic Adventure’s Dreamcast online features restored

For those who played Sonic Adventure when it was originally released alongside the Dreamcast back in 1999, we fondly remember battling it out in the game’s World Rankings to gain the best times. Sonic Adventure was one of the earliest games to implement an online leaderboard feature, thanks to the Dreamcast’s built-in modem. However, that functionality has been lost due to SEGA no longer …

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SEGA launches teaser site for possible new game

SEGA has launched a new teaser site that might be its most cryptic in quite awhile. The page features a number of elements, including several clocks that countdown to Aug. 8. There’s also a large “G,” a keyword for “repair” and a marker that’s centered over Florida. The URL is from apps.sega.net, so it’s likely something coming from SEGA’s mobile …

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Yakuza 0 release date announced for North America, Europe

We just found out yesterday that Yakuza 6 would be releasing in Japan at the end of the year, and while it was a bit of a bummer there was no mention of a Western release for the latest entry in the Yakuza series, SEGA gave us some news today to cheer us up. In a post on the PlayStation …

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Yakuza 6 coming to Japan Dec. 6 on PlayStation 4

The “final chapter of the legend of Kazuma Kiryu” will launch in Japan on Dec. 6 on the PlayStation 4, SEGA has announced. The game’s full title is Yakuza 6: Inochi no Uta (Poetry of Life), according to Gematsu. Along with the announcement, SEGA also published a new trailer for the game. SEGA released a demo for the game in January, and …

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Seven Sonic Mania Easter eggs you might have missed

SEGA’s Aaron Webber loves to drop hints and Easter eggs throughout his social media postings and told the audience at the Sonic 25th Anniversary Party that there were plenty of Easter eggs hidden within the Sonic Mania trailer. GameXplain has done some digging and discovered some pretty interesting tidbits of information, some we picked up on when we watched the …

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Here’s some direct-feed Sonic Mania gameplay footage

We were incredibly pleased at SEGA’s unveiling of Sonic Mania last night during the Sonic 25th Anniversary Party. Sonic Mania will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in spring 2017, and those in attendance were able to get their grubby little mitts on a playable demo. The demo featured Green Hill Zone and Studiopolis Zone, and …

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Project Sonic 2017 coming to NX, PS4, Xbox One in holiday 2017

There were a ton of great announcements during the Sonic 25th Anniversary Party, ranging from Sonic Mania to the first footage of Sonic in LEGO Dimensions, but the greatest piece was saved right for the end. SEGA’s Aaron Webber was joined on stage by Sonic Team’s Takasha Iizuka to debut Project Sonic 2017. We don’t know much about the game other …

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