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.

Get amazing deals in this SEGA Humble Store sale

SEGA and Humble have teamed up again to sell cheap games and raise some money for charity. Nearly all of SEGA’s line-up of PC titles are on sale, and they all activate via Steam. Here are just some of the games available: Alien: Isolation – $12.49 Alien: Isolation The Collection – $20.39 Alien: Isolation Season Pass – $7.49 Aliens: Colonial …

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SEGA releases Valkyria Chronicles Remaster story trailer

Those of us who’ve already played the original Valkyria Chronicles time and time again are already well-versed in the game’s story, so this new story introduction trailer for Valkyria Chronicles Remaster won’t be that surprising to you. But damn isn’t it pretty as hell? The game will release in Japan on Feb. 10 and will feature 1080p resolution, all of …

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Nintendo announces Bayonetta 2 standalone version

Up until now, you could only buy Bayonetta 2 in a double pack, which included the original, and that seems to be getting harder to find with each passing day. Thankfully, Nintendo announced today that they’ll be releasing a Bayonetta 2 standalone version for $29.99 on Feb. 19. This will probably make the original, double pack even more sought after, …

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[Update #2] Quantic Dream’s David Cage comments on David Bowie’s passing

Earlier this week, the world was shocked to learn of David Bowie’s sudden passing due to cancer. Of course, Bowie had an illustrious musical and acting career, but some don’t remember that he also dabbled in video games, most notably being heavily featured in Quantic Dream’s Omikron: The Nomad Soul. Omikron was released on the Dreamcast and PC, and Bowie …

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Yakuza 6 demo to release a week after Yakuza: Kiwami

It’s been known that a Yakuza 6 demo would be included with every purchase of Yakuza: Kiwami – a remake of the original game on the PlayStation 4 and PS3. Kiwami will release on Jan. 21, and we assumed the Yakuza 6 demo would be available at the same time, but it turns out we were wrong. SEGA has announced …

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Picomy wants to bring Heroki to Android in 2016

Picomy had a pretty successful 2015, having finally released its much anticipated iOS platformer Heroki in July and then making onto the “App Store Best of 2015” in several countries towards the end of the year. Since then, Picomy has been working hard on its 1.1 update that should go live soon, which promises to bring some big improvements and bug fixes …

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If you won the $1.5B Powerball and bought SEGA…

Tonight, us crazy Americans will watch with bated breath as the $1.5 billion Powerball drawing takes place, making some lucky person or persons instantly rich and nagged by old friends and family they haven’t spoken to in decades. However, we wanted to ask all our readers if you were so lucky to win the Powerball jackpot and bought SEGA with …

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See the special skills you need to survive The Deadly Tower of Monsters

Atlus has released a brand new gameplay trailer for Ace Team’s upcoming The Deadly Tower of Monsters, detailing the special skills you’ll need to use in the game. You’ll be able to use powers like a force push, air teleportation, landmines, an atomic dash, energy barrier and a time vortex. Last week, Atlus announced the game would be discounted 33-percent off …

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir releases June 7 in Americas

Atlus has announced that the Vanillaware Odin Sphere Leifthrasir will release in the Americas on June 7 on the PlayStation 4, PS 3 and PS Vita. The regular edition will come packaged with a 64-page, softcover art book, and there will also be a limited “Storybook Edition” that will retail for $79.99. It will include: A hardcover version of the art …

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Games we want SEGA to release in 2016

Maaaaaan, we can’t begin to tell you how happy we are that 2015 is behind us. It was pretty shitty for a number a reasons, one being that it was one of the worst years for SEGA in quite sometime. However, with the new year upon us, the possibilities for SEGA seem almost limitless, right? Well, maybe not so much, but surely …

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