Recent Posts

DCS gets hands on with the latest Dreamcast game – Sturmwind

Those beautiful people over at Dreamcast-Scene (DCS) have got their hands on a preview copy of the latest major indie title due to be released on the Dreamcast, Sturmwind. Developed by Duranik and published by RedSpotGames, Sturmwind was supposed to be released back in 2011, that date was pushed back to 2012, and then the game was put on hold …

Read More »

What is SEGA Spectrum?

This is a bit of a mystery. An image has appeared on the Internet, which appears to be teasing something new from SEGA. According to SEGAnews.net, the text loosely translates as: “A new world of Entertainment.” We’re not sure what this means. It could be a new arcade machine/board. Maybe some new game franchise? Or indeed a new game system? …

Read More »

SEGA confirms Castle of Illusion for PSN, XBLA, Steam

Well, after what is possibly the most obvious teaser for a game, ever, SEGA has confirmed that Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse HD is on its way. The game is set for release this summer for XBLA, PSN and Steam. So, watch the announcement trailer (above) and then read the press release and look at the pretty images (below) …

Read More »

Dreamcast Junkyard to be preserved for future generations

Good Great news SEGA Nerds! Fellow fansite, the Dreamcast Junkyard, is to be preserved by the British Library for cultural history. The announcement came when the British Library revealed a list of just 100 sites ‘Capturing the digital universe’ to be archived for future generations. The list included heavy-hitters, such as eBay, Twitter and Facebook – so for a relatively …

Read More »

Insert Coin teases new range of SEGA apparel

Insert Coin and SEGA have teamed up once again, to bring a new range of SEGA-themed clothing, including something special for the ladies (because apparently girls play games now too). Insert Coin teased the news on its site, stating that the new range will be based on the full Sonic the Hedgehog back catalogue and also from Sonic & All …

Read More »

Edge delves into the ill-fated development of Sonic X-treme

Edge-online has posted up a very interesting article; The making of Sonic X-treme. As every good SEGA Nerd should know, Sonic X-treme was an ill-fated original Sonic title developed for the Saturn. It was to be Sonic’s first true transition from 2D to 3D, but the game never really got past its development stages and SEGA pulled the plug back …

Read More »

Got any questions for Bentley Jones? Get them to RadioSEGA now

Those lovely chaps (and chappettes) over at RadioSEGA announced during one of their shows yesterday that they will be interviewing Bentley Jones next weekend. Why’s this a post? Well, if you have any questions for Bentley, the you can fire them over to RadioSEGA and they will try and pitch them to the artist. And if you don’t know who Bentley …

Read More »

This Week in SEGA Tweets – April 8-14

Welcome back, my fellow SEGA Nerds to another look back at this past week’s best tweets about or from SEGA. It was a bit light this week compared to last week, but I’m sure things will pick up again. Alex Kidd in Snow White’s World Summer 2013. http://t.co/QLV8PO7kRA — SEGA (@SEGA) April 11, 2013 In a tweet simply stating “Summer …

Read More »

Project Unity – a retro gamer’s dream-machine

It may not look too pretty, but Project Unity could possibly be the greatest machine for retro gamers, ever. Weighing in at approximately 20kg, this big box contains over 300 metres of cabling, it took 3,500 hours to build, cost approximately £700 (in parts, boards, wiring etc…) and can play a total of 18 different retro systems… all through ONE …

Read More »

Last few days to register for the SEGA Cup 2013

There are only a few days left to register for the SEGA Cup 2013. So if you haven’t signed up yet (and really want to get involved) then you had better head over to the registration page now! SEGA announced today that there are only 128 slots left and they are said to be filling up fast! Registration closes on …

Read More »

SEGA Nerdcast: Episode 2

Hey, look at us! We were able to come together once again for another SEGA Nerdcast. This week, Graham and I catch you up on all the latest news that’s been happening over the past couple weeks as well as talk a little bit of what we’ve been playing and other silliness. As promised, we have the audio version to …

Read More »

Video review: ToeJam and Earl

Hello everyone! My name is Steven Clem, and this is my review of Toejam and Earl! To give you a brief look into who I am, I am 26 years old and recently graduated with my Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Technology and Culture, which basically means I know a little bit about everything computer related. Currently, I run my own …

Read More »

Project X Zone gets a European trailer and release date

While Project X Zone received a US release date (June 25) the other day, it has been announced that the 3DS game will be released in Europe on July 5. The tactical RPG from Monolith will (it is said) bring the ‘ultimate cross over’- with characters from SEGA, Capcom and Namco Bandai teaming up for the first time in a game. The game features over 50 playable …

Read More »

SEGA and Ubitus team up for cloud gaming fun

Cloud technology company, Ubitus and SEGA have, today, announced a new deal which will see SEGA games coming to the Ubitus North American and European platform from April 2013. To be honest, I hadn’t heard of Ubitus until this announcement. But this isn’t SEGA’s first encounter with Cloud Gaming in recent years, many of the companies Mega Drive (and a few more …

Read More »