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.

SEGA announces 3D Streets of Rage 2 delay

3D Streets of Rage 2 was set to release this time next week (July 16, to be exact), but SEGA announced M2’s next entry in the 3D Classics series has met an unfortunate delay. The game will now be released the following week on July 23. No specific reason was given for the delay, other than SEGA’s announcement on Twitter. …

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Stella Glow coming to Europe in spring 2016

NIS America announced today that the Imageepoch’s Nintendo 3DS strategy RPG Stella Glow will release in Europe in spring 2016, with both digital and physical versions to choose from. Atlus, which is publishing the game in the U.S., has announced it will release here this holiday. Information provided by NIS America About the game: As most reluctant heroes do, Stella Glow-protagonist …

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SEGA Hard Girls, Hyperdimension Neptunia teaser site launched

Hyperdimension Neptunia vs SEGA Hard Girls new character

The SEGA Hard Girls and Hyperdimension Neptunia PlayStation Vita RPG that was announced in March now has launched its official teaser site. Longtime Hyperdimension Neptunia and Record of Agarest War developer Compile Heart will serve as the primary developer. The game’s full title is Hyperdimension War Neptunia VS Sega Hard Girls: Dream Fusion Special. The game will star two characters representing both franchises, with …

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Cinemaware releases first ‘It Came From the Desert’ screens

Cinemaware revealed its SEGA Genesis port It Came From the Desert in December last year, and since then, not much has been revealed about the game, other than the game will cost $55. Today, the company released the first screens of the updated game, featuring a revamped menu screen and a shot from a cutscene. Cinemaware has previously said the new …

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RetroN 5 adding Game Gear adapter later this year

The RetroN 5 can already play a ridiculous amount of games, including Genesis and Mega Drive titles, but later this year, it will add support for the Game Gear via an adapter, according to Hyperkin’s Product Manager Paul Leung. In speaking to The Show Radio during E3, Leung said, “Before the end of this year, we will have an adapter …

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Meet the developers who created Heroki

You might not know that SEGA’s latest mobile release Heroki was developed by Picomy, a small development studio from the Netherlands. This awesome video introduces you the team and their thoughts on the game. Heroki was just released on iOS yesterday and quickly became an Editor’s Choice listing on the App Store. The game stars Heroki, a young lad who lives …

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Bandai Namco delays Project X Zone 2 to early 2016

It seems that it’s that time of year when games keep slipping their release dates. A few weeks ago, we heard that Rodea: The Sky Soldier would be delayed a bit, and now Bandai Namco has announced its upcoming Nintendo 3DS tactical RPG Project X Zone 2 will slip into early 2016. Originally, Project X Zone 2 was slated to …

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3D Streets of Rage 2 hitting 3DS on July 16

A new listing on the 3DS eShop has revealed that M2’s upcoming Genesis port 3D Streets of Rage 2 will be released in North America on July 16 for $5.99. Streets of Rage 2 is the first of three new Genesis titles added to the latest wave of 3D Classics. The other two, Gunstar Heroes and Sonic 2, will release in …

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Famitsu publishes 7th Dragon III Code: VFD preview

We’ve been giving some new 7th Dragon III Code: VFD screens and information, thanks to Famitsu. SEGA’s upcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG appears to be the last game in the series, and will feature elements in the game where it takes the player in the past, present and future, according to Gematsu, culminating in a final battle against the Shinryuu dragon. There will be …

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Heroki finally releases onto iOS devices

It’s been a long, arduous journey for Heroki. The iOS-exclusive, action-adventure game was initially shown at SEGA’s booth at PAX Prime 2013, where SEGA announced the game would be released later that year. Obviously, that didn’t happen, and the game was delayed into sometime 2014. Not much was heard from developer Picomy Games or SEGA, which last posted about the …

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