Hatsune Miku is once again returninig to the PS3 in English and is packing some free character DLC if your purchase from Gamestop.
The game is looking good – and gives me another reason to bust out the project diva arcade controller!
I just got through watching episode two on Crunchy Roll and I had a smirk on my face the whole time. I will totally buy this series if I get the chance.
The episode starts with Akira anguishing about SEGA or rather himself being 10 years to early. It is only too true when it comes to SEGA.
The girls need to complete a 100 battles in Virtua Fighter which somehow includes: Continue reading
It is nice to see some clean footage of the game. Both Akira and Selvaria are playable characters in the PS3 and Vita version of this anime fighting game. Alicia and Pai are also in the game as support characters. The 2D art looks fantastic.
This is really makes me pine for a full 2D SEGA fighting game. Imagine Shinobi’s Joe vs. Kage or Ryo vs. Akira. Or even Streets of Rage’s Axel vs. Kazuma – could be awesome stuff!
However, for now, we should just revel in the few SEGA characters in Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax. Check out Akira’s moveset after the jump: Continue reading
Zone Runners are a VGM inspired hip hop trio including Digi Valentine! The album is currently on sale at Loudr and Overclocked Records for around $10.
Definitely give it a listen up above. Sonic and rap go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Check out the Zone Runners website: here.
Alright – since the last post, I actually sat down and watched the first episode (currently the only one available on Crunchyroll) and it is kinda cute.
My favourite part is that random SEGA fanservice from sounds (like the Japanese Saturn start-up) to rare artifacts (like the AIWA Mega CD).
It also features neat little factsheet moments about the games. I enjoyed the little episode – in fact it really got me missing SEGA hardware. Attached above is the opening theme song. Lots of SEGA love in it.
I just spotted this on Destructoid…and I had to share it! The three main characters are modelled after the Mega Drive, Saturn, and Dreamcast! Heck, even the SEGA Mark III is in there. Lots of SEGA references in this anime.
Also, it is currently streaming on CrunchyRoll! Time for me to put that subscription I have into use.
Is it just me or is the title referencing the Hitachi / Skeleton edition of the SEGA Saturn?
With the meager number of Wii-U units out there – I decided to capture some gameplay of the demo to share with SEGA fans. I’ve played through the demo three times. On my second run I got a Gold award but not a Platinum…the capture for that run got ruined.
I definitely suggest using a Pro Controller. I also absolutely loved every second of this game so far. I own a bunch of games on Wii-U but this is the one I’ve truly been waiting to play. I love the SEGA references scattered throughout from the Sonic rings to the After Burner jets.
The gameplay is so frenetic that I am sure I missed other details. So stoked!
Here are the first two hours of the live stream. We met people and just started getting real hints of the Alien.
The Sonic background comes courtesy of Baka-Neko and is a part of the 8-bit Live Wallpaper Project. What is a live wallpaper? It is an animated background for your Android device.
Even though it is called 8-bit – Sonic is 16 BIT MEGAPOWER – the interactive Live Wallpapers from Baka-Neko will feature landscapes from popular 8-bit / 16-bit games. Mario and Sonic are on the site for free.
Check it out: here.
From 7:30 pm eastern time to at least 9:30 pm, SEGASHIRO will be streaming Alien: Isolation! The audio feed will be on (not the video unfortunately…this time) and we will be taking your questions.
This will be a first run through the game with no practice prior to the start – I haven’t even booted up the game yet so expect tons of control bloopers and finicky randomness.
Check out the SEGASHIRO TV page to catch the steam! And we are done…Let us know what we need to improve and we will back again with more games and retro content – volume will have to be improved (I know, I know).
Hit the jump to watch the archived playlist: Continue reading