The fan run initiative to increase the number of SEGA games on PC have passed a milestone with their online petition, amassing over 10,000 signatures – 10,219 at the time of this article. The petition respectively asks that SEGA “consider releasing more games (to PC), particularly from your Japanese division”, naming Bayonetta, Vanquish, and Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown as potential games. If you haven’t signed the petition yet, we urge you to head on over to their page today and add your name to the growing list. We’re over halfway there, folks!
With the surprise announcement of SEGA’s third person shooter Binary Domain heading to Steam, SEGAbits member Pao/Riki has taken it on himself to start a petition for Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown for Steam too. Now from my own opinion, anything that can help boost the potential sales for Virtua Fighter whilst allowing the core gameplay and style to stay intact is a-ok to me. With no other major fighting game released on the PC for some time now, this could be great boost for the series’ popularity so if you happen to be a Steam user who wants to get your voice heard to get one of the best fighting games available on PC, then sign the petition!
The guys over at The Will of the Ancients have posted up a very good petition, one that asks SEGA to remaster the past Panzer Dragoon games for current generation consoles. Not to mention the recent passing of artist Jean Giraud, now is the perfect time for SEGA to bring these classics back. You want them, I want them. Sign the petition below!
Spread the above link, everywhere. Also follow The Will of the Ancients on twitter.
A Facebook petition has just started. The goal? To get SEGA Racing Classic ported over to XBLA and PSN. If you didn’t already know, SEGA Racing Classic is basically Daytona USA in 720p and running in widescreen.
If you want to join the petition, it is up via Facebook.
[Source: Ashley via e-mail]
It is a known fact that all Virtua Fighter fans have been harping on about Virtua Fighter 5R since it was announced! Unfortunately, very few of them have actually been able to play it! Because so far it has only seen an Arcade release in Japan.
But Virtua Fighter fan site VFDC are looking to change this!
Hit the Jump to find out how you can help!