- Sonic Everywhere Pack (17 Sonic PC games) – $18.74
- Aliens: Colonial Marines – $1.99
- Company of Heroes – $1.49
Streets of Rage trilogy on the SEGA Genesis had a wide range of enemies, some of them are so memorable that when you go back years later all you can think about is getting in the game and punching their pixels. Here is a list of enemies we love to hate.
Here is a trailer for the indie title, Hover, which tries to blend the styles of Mirror’s Edge and Jet Set Radio. I guess that isn’t all, Hideki Naganuma is now composing music for Hover, since he did most of the music for Jet Set Radio, expect it to stay funky in style.
So, what do you guys think of Hover?
“Just now, I don’t have anything I can say yet,” he smiled. “I can’t announce right now – but I’m making something.”
This isn’t the first time that the idea of crowd funding Shenmue III has come up, we reported a similar story last year. This time? He says he is looking into it. So what genre do you want the upcoming, unannounce Yu Suzuki project to be? A racer? Fighting? His catalog of classic games is spread too wide between genres to please everyone.
SEGA’s next big arcade game in the West is ‘Transformers: Human Alliance’ which the guys over at Arcade Heroes got an unboxing of! Seems that SEGA is throwing in quite a nice promotional packages for stores that purchase the latest cabinet.
“ I have to say that this is the first time I have been impressed with marketing materials to be provided with a brand new arcade game. Usually you get…nothing. On rare occasion you might get something like a poster but nothing like what comes with every single Transformers arcade machine. Kudos to Sega for giving arcade ops something more akin to what movie theaters get to promote new releases.”
Check out the gallery of assembly photos over at Arcade Heroes’ blog!
Imagine if this whole time you played Sonic the Hedgehog, you weren’t winning, you where falling for Eggman’s plans the whole time? Well, the grown ass men over at Cracked.com have posted a new video detailing four social criticisms that are present in Sonic the Hedgehog.
Now if you’d excuse me, my mind has been blown. Just leave me in this Hedgehog wonderland created by Robotnik.
SEGA has announced a ton of ’3D’ ports of classic games, we have had many of the classics already released and now there is one more to add to your list: Fantasy Zone!
In a strange turn of events it seems that the title of the original classic has been extended for the re-release, now titled Fantasy Zone: Opa-Opa Bros in Japan. Why the extended title? Well, it seems that Opa-Opa’s brother “Upaupa” will be playable. According to the official site, all you will have to do is complete the original game to unlock ‘Upaupa mode’. He will have multiple weapons that can be changed on the fly with the second 3DS screen. The game is set to come out in Japan on March 19th for 762 yen.
So what else is new? Wanna see the screens? Hit the jump!
When Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth was announced, it seemed like it would take aspects of the Atlus’ Nintendo DS long running dungeon crawler Etrian Odyssey and according to this week’s Famitsu, I was partly right. They have now said that the game will feature a map-making feature similar to the one featured in Etrian Odyssey games. This map feature will allow users to draw the layout of the dungeon on the 3DS touch screen and help you find your way around.
That isn’t all though, the game will also contain ‘F.O.E.’ monsters and give you a choice if it you are better off running or allow you to ‘try’ and take down the monster. If you do decide to take do F.O.E. monsters, you might just get a special reward.
So Persona Q is Etrian Odyssey with a Persona storyline and characters from Persona 3 & 4. Persona Q is set to come out in America this fall.
The point of winning tournaments is to rank up some cash and in next month’s SEGA Cup for Virtua Fighter 5, fans of the series will be able to do just that. SEGA is set to give $15,000 dollars worth of prizes and how now divided that cash up to the top 15 winners of the tournament. To see the prize information, hit the jump.
If you want to join in on the mayhem, you can sign up here.
So, what are you picking up?