The Requiem

Having grown up with a SEGA Master System, The Requiem has been a lifelong SEGA fan. Favorite SEGA games include: Gunstar Heroes, Shinobi III, the House of the Dead: Overkill, Jet Set Radio, & Alex Kidd in Miracle World. Other game favorites include: Super Metroid (SNES), Tempest 2000 (Atari Jaguar), Mortal Kombat (Arcade) and Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery (iOS). The Requiem exists digitally as @UnboundRequiem on Twitter.

Code of Princess teased for PC release

Japanese game publisher Degica is teasing a new PC release on the Steam platform, and its pretty clear what they are hinting at. Here is the teaser image posted by Degica as reported by Niche Gamer. It seems pretty obvious that the hilt pictured is that of Princess Solange Blanchefleur de Lux’s sword from Code of Princess, a 3DS game …

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Retro Review: The Death and Return of Superman (Genesis)

It’s that time of year again. The time when we believers all take a step back and remember the sacrifice. We remember the selflessness. We remember the death and resurrection of our lord and savior, Superman, the last son of Krypton. Continuing our exhaustive click-baiting celebration of Batman v Superman… Retro Review: The Death and Return of Superman (Genesis) Retro …

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Special Batman v Superman Retro Review Event!

Hey Superdudes and Batchicks! To mark the release of Batman v Superman in theaters, we’re having a special retro review event to celebrate! We’re focusing our upcoming retro reviews on Batman and Superman titles released for SEGA consoles, and while we may not get to them all, you can already read the first review covering Superman for Genesis which posted …

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GameStop may begin accepting SEGA Saturn, other consoles for trade-in

Are you one of those people who hates the way GameStop deals in retro games these days? Well, it may not be getting any better for you in that case, as John Riggs at Skirmish Frogs is reporting that GameStop plans to expand their retro business to include the SEGA Saturn (and some other systems that nobody gives a shit …

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Retro Review: Superman (Genesis)

To commemorate the release of Batman v Superman in March, we're celebrating by polluting cramming the site chock full of SEGA-related Batman and Superman content. Today, I've got Superman duties, so let's see how truth, justice, and the American way fare in Superman's first SEGA Genesis title. I'm betting they… Retro Review: Superman (Genesis) Retro Review: Superman (Genesis) 2016-03-08 The …

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Did Sonic reveal his inner “Otherkin?”

Trigger. Warning. Content advisory. I get a lot of leeway here on the SEGA Nerds site. My views do not reflect those of the site, nor of any other user. This story is laden with opinion, and should not be considered as “objective.” That being said, we’re about to discuss some issues that members of the Church of the Perpetually …

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Gloat-Gasm! Sonic is a Top Ten amiibo in the US!

Hello true believers. This week, Nintendo released the Top Ten selling amiibo figures separated by region, and the Sonic amiibo ranked as the #5 seller in the US, edging out other popular characters including Mega Man, Pikachu, and even Mario! Here’s the full breakdown as reported by Wii U Daily. United States Link – Smash Bros. Bowser – Smash Bros. …

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A Special Game Announcement from Randy Pitchford

Note: Hey guys. The Requiem here. Before I turn it over to Randy, I wanted to say that he told me this news a couple of months ago, but we were both so completely drunk off our respective asses that I thought he was fucking with me. Apologies for the delay in getting you this important, uh, “news.”† What’s up, …

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One on One with The Requiem: Mr. Bones

This One on One interview is extremely adult-oriented and absolutely not safe for work. So, if you’re a whiny-ass bitch who’s gonna cry about intentionally disturbing, fictional humor, it’s now your own damn fault if you stick around and get offended. Trust me, you’re really asking for it. Besides, it’s Halloween. Get over it. For those still with us, read …

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