BLAZE are proud to be promoting the perfect travel companions for Summer, suitable for both adults and children alike. With retro gaming continuing to rise in popularity, the BLAZE GEAR and the Streets of Rage Handheld Consoles are ideal for any gifting purpose AND as an affordable gaming device to keep the kids occupied, as many fans of the original Sega Master System and Megadrive can now share their gaming experiences with their own children. Coming pre programmed with 30 fully licensed SEGA Game Gear and Master System games, the BLAZE Gear handheld is truly fully portable due to its … Continue reading Blaze Releases Sega Handheld Console
SEGA Europe Ltd. and SEGA of America, Inc. today announced Shinobi exclusively for Nintendo 3DS. Publishers: Griptonite Games Developers: Sega Platforms: Nintendo 3DS
Gunblade NY and LA Machineguns combine into one game for the Wii. But sadly, their total playtime is only equal to about an hour, which makes the price difficult to justify.
Although Iron Man 2 kicks the pants off the original game, it’s nowhere near as good as the movie experience. But at least it’s mildly amusing this time around.
When Sonic and Mario team up, anything can happen. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games puts our heroes, plus plenty of other characters, in a race for the gold.
Racing over dirt, mud and ice can be challenging, especially when SEGA Rally Revo remembers each time cars tear up the terrain, making a hazard for future laps.
Alien Syndrome is a bit of a throwback to games of the past, where there was a lot of killing and not much story to go around.
One thing you have to give Sega credit for: they seem to be the only game company to have grapefruits enough to come up with original stuff. Right out of E3 their impressive showing debuted several interesting titles. Space Channel 5, the dancing game, was released last June (when everyone else was playing the same old genres), and later this year Sega fans will be treated to even more original titles with the likes of Jet Grind Radio and Shenmue. In the meantime, another original title has been released. Seaman, which has been mentioned in many Sega publications, and showcased … Continue reading Seaman: New Pet or Potty-mouthed Tamagotchi?
Sega’s World Series baseball lineup, until now, always appeared a sure thing to me. It all started when I played the original World Series for the Genesis, which was developed by Blue Sky. This company was also responsible for great Genesis classics such as the Vectorman series. When the Saturn was released in 95, a new Japanese-based development house released their smash hit Greatest Nine to the states, naming it again World Series Baseball. It was one of the earlier launches capable of stealing some thunder from the EA Sports titles released for the PlayStation. As each year passed, the … Continue reading World Series 2K1 loses big
Crazy Taxi’s release in arcades last fall came as a big surprise. After all, who would have thought that a game based on driving a taxi cab through a city that looks like a cross between San Francisco and Pittsburgh would provide so much playability, so much action and so much fun. To me, playing it is the greatest cure for road rage since Carmageddon on the PC. The best part of the arcade game is that is runs on Sega’s NAOMI board, which is basically a Dreamcast board with extra RAM and the game code embedded on the board’s … Continue reading Crazy Taxi is one wild ride