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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Gremlin founder Ian Stewart

Gremlin founder Ian Stewart

Ian Stewart Interview by Peter Ward Thank you for this interview it is an honour for me to interview such a Legend….  What did you want to do when you were at school for a career and what was your first job? I wanted to be a toolmaker and took a five year engineering apprenticeship after leaving school at 16.   When did you realise you wanted to get into game industry and how did it happen? I took a career change in 1976 and went into retail management with…

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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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The Way We Played

The Way We Played

About the book Click here to support the Kickstarter From 1985 to 1993 home computing ruled the roost in the UK, with the likes of the ZX Spectrum and the Commodore Amiga offering the kind of experiences not available on other platforms. The Way We Played is a beautifully produced, hardback, full colour art book that celebrates this golden era of gaming, exploring a unique time when multi-platform development could lead to vastly different versions of the same game being produced to match the limitations of the hardware. No. 1…

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Alex the Kidd

Alex the Kidd

Published by SEGA of America, Inc. Developed by SEGA Enterprises Ltd. Released 1986 Also For PlayStation 3, Wii     I have fond memories of this game which was built into the Master System 2. I think what mad this game so memorable was its music very addictive music I have it in my head now! Alex the Kid was a very challenging game and had different styles of levels from your traditional platform jumping level to swimming. I love the rock, paper and scissors challenges to the fast bike riding parts. Alex was a…

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