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, Atlus’ E3 2017 floor plans have leaked

I’m not exactly sure why, but we always freak out around this time a year when the E3 floor plans are revealed. I guess it’s always our hope that SEGA’s booth will get bigger and potentially rival that of Nintendo’s or Sony’s like in the good ol’ days.  Obviously, that hasn’t been the case for some time now, but hey, …

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Officially licensed Sturmwind T-shirts now available for pre-order

Online Dreamcast retailer The Bit Station has teamed up with indie Dreamcast developer Duranik to provide an exclusive, officially licensed Sturmwind T-shirt, and it’s now available for pre-order.  The T-shirts cost $29.95 each, and feature the Sturmwind logo and design, and are limited to only 100. The shirts are available to pre-order until March 12 and come in a charcoal color, …

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Let’s take a look at the canceled Dreamcast game Knights

It always bums us out when we flip through an old copy of the Official Dreamcast Magazine and see a preview of a Dreamcast game that looked really promising but never saw the light of day. Most first-party SEGA games would eventually be ported to the Xbox, GameCube or PlayStation 2, but that’s not the case for many third-party games as they were …

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Rush Rush Rally Reloaded getting a Dreamcast re-release

By way of our good buddies at the Dreamcast Junkyard, we’ve learned that developer Senile Team plans to re-release the Dreamcast/Wii racer Rush Rush Rally Reloaded on our lovable Dreamcast later this year. This re-release, which we learned about from the DC Junkyard, will be in limited quantities, packaged in a PAL-style DVD long box and will feature a multitude …

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Ed Annunziata announces Kolibri coloring book

These days, adult coloring books are all the rage, and you can find a coloring book based on all sorts of things, ranging from Game of Thrones to the Wild West.  Sadly, we haven’t seen many awesome video game inspired coloring books, and that’s why we’re excited to announce that Ecco the Dolphin creator Ed Annunziata has plans to release a coloring …

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Project Sonic 2017, Sonic Mania reveals coming at SXSW panel

Sonic the Hedgehog will be attending SXSW once again this year, and there promises to be some exciting things in store for folks eagerly anticipating Project Sonic 2017 and Sonic Mania.  The panel’s description on the SXSW website reads: Dive into the world of Sonic the Hedgehog in this exclusive behind-the-scenes look at both Sonic Mania and the upcoming Project …

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Mega Visions Issue #2 now available, features Yakuza cover

We’re incredibly happy (and exhausted) to announce that Mega Visions Issue #2 is now available across all major app stores! Check the links below to download the app and get your issue:  Apple App Store: http://apple.co/2gKPEWf  Google Play: http://bit.ly/2foC1X4  Amazon App Store: http://amzn.to/2gfEu71  Windows Store: http://bit.ly/2fFhaQ4 See below for a preview of this issue: Set nearly 20 years before the …

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Puyo Puyo Tetris finally gets release date for North America, Europe

Quickly after SEGA announced that Puyo Puyo Tetris would be released in the West, it quickly jumped to the top of our most-wanted games of 2017. We were pleasantly surprised when SEGA revealed the game would be receiving a port on the Nintendo Switch, and our minds instantly thought of all the fun times we might have playing it on …

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Mutant Football League returns to Kickstarter

Michael Mendheim and his team at Digital Dreams are giving it another go on Kickstarter to help fund Mutant Football League. After their original campaign failed to meet its $750,000 goal in 2013, the gang is back with a new campaign that launched today with a much more reasonable $60,000 goal. This new campaign serves primarily to fund the online multiplayer portion …

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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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