SEGA Forever brings the classics to mobile for free

SEGA Forever  brings the classics to mobile for free

  SEGA have announced that your favorite games are coming to mobile in new, free-to-play formats the app will support offline play and cloud saves. The games can also be Played ad-free with one off low purchase. SEGA Forever collection  has five titles  at launch, including Sonic The Hedgehog, Phantasy Star II, Comix Zone, Kid Chameleon and Altered Beast. Each of these will be available on both the Google Play Store and the App Store for iOS devices and released 22nd June 2017  

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Chris Baker

Chris Baker

Chris Baker interview by Peter Ward Introduction I do not usually do an introduction but I would like to do this as a thank you to Chris.  I have been friends with Chris for under 2 years and its been a pleasure. Chris has over fifteen years experience of developing video games across many platforms, from the initial design phase to final art output and bug fixing and has done work for many big names such as EA. Chris discovered my site from a website/newspaper story on the Kent Messenger…

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Mega Visions Interview

Mega Visions Interview

About this project Click here to support the Kickstarter The Official Dreamcast Magazine, SEGA Visions, Mean Machines Sega … these are just a few of the classic SEGA magazines from days gone by. It seems so long ago that there was a dedicated SEGA magazine we could call our own, but the time has come for SEGA fans to get their very own magazine once again! We’d like to introduce you to Mega Visions, which will be a fully digital, bi-monthly publication that will be designed specifically for easy reading on all…

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History of Sega

History of Sega

SG-1000 Release July 15 1983 Discontinued July 1984 Sega’s first home console, created in an attempt to transition from the arcade game industry Sega Computer Videogame SG-1000 Plays ROM cartridges SG-1000 II Release July 1984 Discontinued October 1985 Upgraded version of the SG-1000 with detachable controllers Can play Sega Card games in addition to ROM cartridges Master System Release JP October 1985 NA 1986 EU 1987 Discontinued JP 1989 NA 1992 EU 1996 Sega’s second major home console, released worldwide Initially released in Japan as the Sega Mark III, the third…

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Daytona USA 2001

Daytona USA 2001

Published by Hasbro Interactive, Inc. Developed by Amusement Vision, Ltd. Released Mar 13, 2001 Platform Dreamcast Released in late 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast Daytona USA 2001 is essentially a top quality compilation featuring the best bits of the original Daytona USA and Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition. This game has all the tracks from both the earlier Daytona games including Three Seven Speedway, Desert City and Dinosaur Canyon plus some completely new tracks such as Mermaid Lake and Rin Rin Rink. The graphics are fantastic, massively improved over the original games with huge…

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Virtua Tennis

Virtua Tennis

  Published by SEGA of America, Inc. Developed by Hitmaker Released 2000 Also For Arcade, N-Gage, Windows Released in late 2000 on Sega’s Dreamcast Virtua Tennis is a fantastic pick up and play sports game converted from the arcade game of the same name. This game has much to enjoy, the graphics are superb with massive and chunky sprites and fantastically well detailed tennis courts with excellent crowd animations (look out for the guy in the awesome tweed jacket). The sound effects are also excellent particularly the sound of the ball bouncing, the…

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Virtua Fighter 3

Virtua Fighter 3

Published by SEGA of America, Inc. Developed by SEGA-AM2 Co., LTD. Released 1998 Also For Arcade Released along side the Sega Dreamcast console in 1999 Virtua Fighter 3 Team Battle was an Arcade perfect conversion from AM2, trouble is the Arcade game was not all that good to begin with. First the good points, the tried and tested Virtua Fighter gameplay is still there with it’s slow and more realistic gameplay (no fireballs here), there is also the addition of a ‘Dodge’ button to further increase the strategy involved in each fight. All of the…

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Power Stone

Power Stone

Published by Capcom Entertainment Developed by Capcom Released – Sept 09 1999 Also available for Arcade Released in late 1999 for the Sega Dreamcast Powerstone is a superb 3d arena based one on one beat em up, an extremely original game for the time. The gameplay is really fun and very different to other one on one beat em ups of the time (such as Virtua Fighter 3 and Soul Calibur) in that here you can pick up items in the 3d arena and use them against your opponent. These…

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Marvel Vs Capcom

Marvel Vs Capcom

Published by Capcom Co., Ltd. Developed by Capcom Co., Ltd. Released Jan, 1998 Also For Dreamcast, PlayStation Marvel Vs Capcom was released on the Dreamcast in late 1999, the game follows on from Capcom’s superb range of 2d beat em ups on the Saturn (including X Men:Children of The Atom and Marvel Super Heroes). There is much to enjoy in this game, firstly the roster of available fighters is superb including the best of Marvel such as Spiderman, The Hulk, Wolverine and Captain America and the very best of Capcom including Ryu, Zangief and…

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Sega GT

Sega GT

Published by Empire Interactive Europe Ltd. Developed by Wow Entertainment, Inc. Released 2000 Platforms Dreamcast, Windows Released in late 2000 Sega GT for the Dreamcast is a simulation based racer that whilst not in the same league as the Playstation’s Gran Turismo still has much to enjoy. Firstly the graphics are excellent with textbook Sega Blue sky’s and overall chunkiness (the night stages are especially impressive for the time), the sound effects and music are suitably high quality also. The gameplay is superb with much more realistic handling compared to Sega’s other games such as…

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