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Total War: Rome 2 Is Finally Ready To Conquer The Known World!

Total War: Rome 2 Is Finally Ready To Conquer The Known World! The Total War series of games have been known for their giant battles and vast amount of management of nations, and Rome is perhaps one of the best games of the series. And while there have been numerous sequels to the other Total War franchises, including Medieval II and Shogun 2, we’ve seen nothing...
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The Cave Offers You Side-Scrolling Hilarity

The Cave Offers You Side-Scrolling Hilarity Last week, E3 left a bit to be desired in the eyes of gamers round the globe. Thankfully though, it had a lot of substance if you knew where to look. I was lucky enough to see a demo of the upcoming game put out by Ron Gilbert and Double Fine called The Cave. This game was officially announced by Double...
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Sega CEO To Step Down

Sega CEO To Step Down Mike Hayes, CEO of Sega Europe and Sega America, will be stepping down from his role sometime this summer. He will be taking on different roles throughout the industry, and will remain with Sega in “advisory roles” if needed. There is no word yet from Sega about how they will fill the CEO role at this...
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Binary Domain Looks Terrible, Except For These Live Action Ads

Binary Domain Looks Terrible, Except For These Live Action Ads The setting is in Tokyo in 2080, and robots are trying to take over the human race. Well, there is a little bit of question over that as it’s either humans are becoming more machine-like or robots are becoming more human. Either way, this new game that’s coming out late February doesn’t...
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Streets Of Rage Remake Pulled After Sega’s Request

Streets Of Rage Remake Pulled After Sega’s Request Just recently the Streets Of Rage Remake game that was created by fans and took eight years to complete released to fans worldwide. By request from SEGA, the game has now been pulled, meaning that no one else may download it from the official site. The game’s official website states that they...
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The Next Sonic Game Looks Like This

The Next Sonic Game Looks Like This Sega has just unveiled a teaser trailer for their new Sonic game which will hit the PS3 and Xbox 360 later this year. The video originated on the company’s Facebook page this morning, and it’s sort of thinned out. There isn’t much detail of gameplay, or anything else for that matter. For...
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After Eight Years, The Streets of Rage Remake Is Complete

After Eight Years, The Streets of Rage Remake Is Complete Eight years in the making, the Streets of Rage Remake game has finally been released in its entirety – best of all, it’s free. Streets of Rage remake pays homage to one of the best beat-em-ups to ever grace the Sega Genesis, Game Gear, and Master System. The remake includes 19 playable...
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Guy Gets Full Yakuza Back Tattoo, Paid For By Sega

Guy Gets Full Yakuza Back Tattoo, Paid For By Sega Sega held a competition in efforts to promote Yakuza 3 back in 2010. That competition held a very special prize – a full back tattoo matching that of Kazuma Kiryu, a character in the game. Australian 46-year-old Fari Salievsk, an MMA trainer from New South Wales, won that prize and you can see it...
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