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.

Face-Off: Are the SEGA 3D Classics just a giant ruse?

[Editor’s note: In the Face-Off, the gloves come off, and we battle it out over controversial or long-debated SEGA topics. A word of caution, things may get testy, and some feelings will probably be hurt along the way. Once it’s done, voice your opinion in the comments and tell us who you think won the debate!] Round 1: FIGHT Chris: Well, ol’ …

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Another Aliens: Colonial Marines Update from Randy Pitchford

Hey guys. It’s me. Randy Pitchford.† The Randster. I realize that many of you might be a little cranky that I recently gave an interview to Game Industry rather than the folks here at SEGA Nerds. I feel your pain. That’s why I insisted on dropping by to clarify my comments. G*ddamn, I’m such a great guy. As many of …

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Retro Review: Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition

The first Jurassic Park game became a huge success on the Genesis, and SEGA quickly tried to recapture that success. Not content with waiting for a true movie sequel, Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition is a "what if" type of story which takes place in an alternate timeline picking up immediately… Retro Review: Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition Retro Review: Jurassic Park: …

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Shenmue 3 Kickstarter announced at Sony E3 press conference

Can it be true? Is the long wait for the return of Shenmue finally over? To the delight of SEGA fans, Yu Suzuki appeared during Sony’s E3 press conference to announce he just launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund Shenmue 3. The campaign’s goal is to raise $2 million to fund the development of the game for release on the PC and PlayStation …

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Face-Off: Should SEGA continue the Sonic Boom franchise?

[Editor’s note: In the Face-Off, the gloves come off, and we battle it out over controversial or long-debated SEGA topics. A word of caution, things may get testy, and some feelings will probably be hurt along the way. Once it’s done, voice your opinion in the comments and tell us who you think won the debate!] Round 1: FIGHT The Requiem:  …

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Roundtable: Our favorite Saturn games

On May 11, SEGA released what would become the ill-fated Saturn console in the United States. Despite the bungled launch and the mismanaged marketing that both preceded and followed, the Saturn still produced some truly amazing titles, many of which remain playable exclusively on Saturn to this day. To celebrate, our crack journalistical SEGA Nerds team has each picked their  …

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An Aliens: Colonial Marines Update from Randy Pitchford

‘Sup bitches! It’s me again, Randy god-damned Pitchford.† Guess what, suckers! I’m out! Yep! The ol’ Randster is now out of the Aliens: Colonial Marines lawsuit! If you’ve somehow missed my other amazing updates, let me fill in your “imbecile holes” with some quick, Pitchford-brand learnings! Back before Aliens: CM was released, the game was shown at trade shows via …

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One on One with The Requiem: Jacky Bryant

If you live in the US, your SEGA Saturn system is very possibly now two decades old. The announcement of the Saturn’s surprise US release was in May 1995, and what followed was a very rocky and admittedly short lifespan for the console. However, several great games graced the Saturn during its short stint on US store shelves, and a …

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Face-Off: Did the Saturn’s surprise launch doom it in the US?

[Editor’s note: In the Face-Off, the gloves come off, and we battle it out over controversial or long-debated SEGA topics. A word of caution, things may get testy, and some feelings will probably be hurt along the way. Once it’s done, voice your opinion in the comments and tell us who you think won the debate!] Round 1: FIGHT The Requiem:  …

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Retro Review: Captain America and the Avengers

In 1991, Data East released Captain America and The Avengers in arcades. It became a moderate hit, prompting Data East to develop a console version on the Genesis/Mega Drive in 1992. Now, nearly 25 years later, justice is being served as Marvel Entertainment is finally releasing Avengers: Age of Ultron,… Retro Review: Captain America and the Avengers Retro Review: Captain …

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