SEGA of America, Inc. and SEGA Europe Ltd. today announced Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure exclusively for Nintendo 3DS. In Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure, players are immersed in the mysterious rhythmic adventure in the city of Paris, recreated in stunning 3D vision on Nintendo’s new handheld console. Pump up the tempo in early 2012 with the most mysterious musical adventure to hit the Nintendo 3DS yet. "Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure blends rhythm, puzzles and a compelling story set in one of the world’s most exciting cities in a way that has never been seen before," … Continue reading SEGA Announces Rhythm Thief For 3DS
In this week’s Time Waster Billy spends his time online with Spiral Knights. He finds the MMO strange, fun, and maybe a great way to waste time with the family instead of just your boss.
Although shooters on the Wii are rare, one series keeps plugging away at it with the release of Conduit 2. The campaign mode is a bit generic, but splitscreen multiplayer really saves its bacon.
SEGA Europe Ltd. and SEGA of America, Inc. today announced that the renowned Virtua Tennis series is scheduled to be a launch title on NGP. Developed by the original Virtua Tennis Team in Japan, Virtua Tennis 4 will mark the third time the series has been a launch title on new Sony Computer Entertainment hardware, following the successful Virtua Tennis releases at the launch of the PSP (PlayStationPortable) system and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. "We are delighted to announce Virtua Tennis 4 and confirm the development of four further titles for the NGP, illustrating our strong support and excitement … Continue reading E3 News: Virtua Tennis 4 To Be NGP Launch Title
SEGA Europe Ltd. & SEGA America, Inc., today announced London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games. The officially licensed video game of the London 2012 Olympic Games will once again be published exclusively by SEGA in partnership with International Sports Multimedia (ISM), the exclusive licensee of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games will be available for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and the PlayStation3 computer entertainment system, hitting stores in 2012. London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic … Continue reading Sega to cover the London 2012 Olympics
SEGA Europe Ltd. and SEGA of America, Inc. today announced that mutant-massacring B-movie blood fest, The House of the Dead: OVERKILL – Extended Cut is presented for the first time in full HD with 3D support and PlayStationMove compatibility on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. This gruesome shooter puts you in the middle of a mutant outbreak in Bayou County. With all seven stages of the original re-mastered and two brand new scenarios added, the ‘baddest’ just got bigger! Using a host of weapons, watch your back as mutants go mad for blood! Blast bloody pieces out of their … Continue reading The House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut Announced
SEGA of America, Inc. announced that today is "opening day" for MLB Manager Online, its free-to-play, browser-based, baseball game-available at mlbmanageronline.com -in which players compete in real online baseball leagues. Players will compete in online league play with a fantasy team based on active Major League players-over 900 players representing all 30 teams. Users will scout, trade, train, and manage their professional squads as they compete for a championship. Through the MLB Manager Online community users will be able to perfect their teams, set up trades, and talk baseball with in-game chat features. MLB Manager Online is designed for year-round … Continue reading Major League Baseball Online Opens
Todd Hargosh brings us his yearly football roundup, showing which games are worthy of your console gridiron. It’s down to two, but the action is still red hot!
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
Let me start this review of Quake 3: Arena by saying that comparing this game with Unreal Tournament is inevitable. They are both superior in their own ways. Both involve hard-core deathmatches set on a grand scale, but where UT specializes in both single play and multiplay with all new tweaks, Quake 3: Arena (Q3A) sticks with the classic deathmatch engine, and in essence, this is not a bad idea. Now we know that the Quake series has never been well known for plot, and Q3A is no exception. The manual does explain about an alien race called the Vadrigar … Continue reading Quake 3: Arena is multiplayer mayhem