This week is as good a time as ever to save some cash on some great SEGA titles available at a super cheap price for the Xbox 360. SEGA’s got a huge sale on this week on Xbox LIVE for some of their biggest titles such as Sonic and All Stars Racing Transformed, Virtua Fighter 5 FS, Hell Yeah and lots more. Plus, you can save as much as 75% off! Click below to see the super low prices on these great titles. (Geez, I’m starting to sound like an ad)
Got extra cash and want six Android games including the SEGA published ‘The Cave‘? What if I told you that your cash would help charity? Now its your time to help people out and pocket a few good mobile games while you are at it. Humble Mobile Bundle 5 has been announced and as of today it includes:
At least a dollar pledged:
- Bag it
- R-Type II
- Aralon: Sword and Shadow
Beat the average (right now only $3.80):
- The Cave
- The Room Two
- More to be announced later
Amazon’s new Roku/Ouya killer Fire TV was announced yesterday with a lineup of software partners including SEGA themselves. We didn’t really know what the lineup of games were until the system got shipped to the public today. Here’s Sega’s list of games along with their prices.
- Sonic CD ($2.99)
- Sonic 1 ($2.99)
- Sonic 2 ($2.99)
- Sonic 4 Episode 1 ($3.99)
- Sonic 4 Episode 2 ($4.99)
- Crazy Taxi ($4.99)
- The Cave ($4.99)
- Virtua Tennis Challenge ($4.99)
Since the Amazon Fire TV doesn’t make use of Google services, some of the games won’t have Google Play Achievements or use Google’s leaderboards. That will also mean that Sonic 2 doesn’t have multiplayer since it used Google’s services. According to Taxman, the developer, Sonic 2 won’t even have a splitscreen mode due to ‘the projects scope’. The Amazon Fire TV is already shipping and you can purchase on here. Gaming controller sold separately.
To celebrate the first of October, a date in which many shift their focus to things that go bump in the night, we’re kicking off a week long contest in which we’ll be giving away goodies from SEGA and Double Fine’s The Cave. Set to release to iOS on October 3rd, the iOS version of The Cave touts enhanced touchscreen controls. Up for grabs is a The Cave branded soft iPad case and a complete set of The Cave action figures. Two lucky winners will get their hands on these exclusive items, and the how to enter is simple:
To win the The Cave iPad case, follow us on Twitter and tweet us the answer to this question: “What is your greatest fear?” followed by the hashtag #SEGAbitsFYF
To win The Cave action figure set, like us on Facebook and reply to the cover photo image (simply click the cover photo and write a comment) with the answer to this question: “What is your greatest fear?”
We’re accepting entries until October 8th, so you have one week to enter. Winners will be selected based on their answer, so be creative!
Continuing our The Cave coverage, which we will hereby refer to as “The SEGAbits 2013 Cave In” (or not) we have an interview with Ron Gilbert provided to us by SEGA. Double Fine’s The Cave, available on several digital platforms and releasing to iOS on October 3rd with enhanced touchscreen controls, is an adventure game in the vein of the LucasArts classic Maniac Mansion. Ron Gilbert is the man behind many LucasArts classics as well as the The Cave.
SEGA has revealed that Double Fine’s The Cave will be available on October 3rd on the App Store for $4.99/£2.99/€4.49 for iOS devices. The Cave is an adventure game from Ron Gilbert, creator of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, and Double Fine Productions, the studio behind Psychonauts and Brütal Legend. In The Cave Players assemble a team of three from seven unique adventurers and then descend into the mysterious depths. The iOS release features new touch screen controls to enhance the experience. If you’d like to learn more about the game, check out the official site or visit The Cave Facebook page. You can find Double Fine on Twitter and see gameplay footage and more at the Double Fine YouTube page.
Stay tuned to SEGAbits this week, as we’ve partnered with SEGA to bring you some cool The Cave content including a contest featuring Cave swag. Cwag?
Time to transfer your titles to digital and save some money while doing it! Both PSN and X-Box LIVE have big savings on some of your favorite Sega titles. On PSN, you get the “Sonic Master Collection”. It’s 7 Sonic titles and their DLC for $29.99. This includes Sonic Adventures 1 & 2, Sonic CD, Sonic 1 & 2 and Sonic 4 Episodes 1 & 2.
But X-Box LIVE has even bigger sales! Get Sonic Unleashed, Sonic Generations, Sega Superstar Tennis or Condemned for only $9.99! Sonic 4 Episodes 1 & 2 are 400 points ($4.99) each while Space Channel 5 Part 2, Sega Bass fishing, Guardian Heroes, Sonic 1, 2, 3 and Knuckles plus Sonic CD are a mere 160 Points ($2) each. Sonic Adventure 1 also comes in at 160 points while Sonic Adventure 2 is 400 points. Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown, Crazy Taxi, NiGHTS, Daytona USA HD and Jet Set Radio Come in at 400 points. Also, check out The Cave and Renegade Ops coming in at 600 and 320 points respectively. There’s big savings on the DLC as well, so hurry up and don’t miss out!
It’s sort of weird, SEGA listed the mobile version of The Cave to be shown at E3 and our guys didn’t see it there. What we do know is that it is coming out this Summer.
Well, it seems that TouchGen was shown the game and said that they are changing the ‘console’ controls to ‘touch to move’, which isn’t that big of a deal considering that only the console versions had platformer like controls. I played it on PC and it’s basically a point and click game, so ‘touching’ instead of pointing and clicking will be the same basic thing.
The Cave was also announced awhile back for the Ouya, the $99 dollar Android console. So I’m assuming SEGA is also working on an Android port for phones and tablets along with the Ouya release. We did a pretty nice review of the game over here, if you want to check it out.
SEGA’s joint game with Double Fine Productions (Brutal Legends, Stacking) and Ron Gilbert (Maniac Mansion, The Secret of Monkey Island) will be free for Playstation Plus owners later this month. So if you already got a Playstation Plus account, this should be welcoming news to your ears. This is for US Playstation Plus members, Europeans are getting Mass Effect 3 and Dead or Alive 5 for free (so I don’t think they will be crying).
Don’t know if you’d like the game? Read our review! You know, we do those, right?
How could I not be excited for The Cave when SEGA was publishing, Double Fine was developing, and the man behind The Secret of Monkey Island, Ron Gilbert, was behind this title? Now that I have finished the game, was it everything that I expected it to be? Were my hopes too high? Read on and find out.
Just in case you haven’t yet seen it, SEGA and Double Fine put out a trailer a couple days ago in support of The Cave’s recent launch. Anyone pick this game up yet? Comment below.
The Cave is an adventure game from the mind of Ron Gilbert (Monkey Island) and is now available on PSN, Wii U eShop, XBLA, and Steam for $14.99 (or 1200 MSP).
The latest digital offering from Double Fine and SEGA is now available on the Wii U’s eShop, and will be available on the Playstation Store later today! The Cave is the latest adventure game from Ron Gilbert, a man best known for his work the LucasArts adventure games Escape from Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion. While SEGAbits was never given a chance to play the game, we were given an eyes on preview which we wrote about here.
The Cave is going for $15, and will be available on Xbox Live and Steam tomorrow. At the moment, Wii U owners wishing to purchase the game will need to search for it on the eShop since it is not currently available on the shop’s front page.
Last year, SEGA announced that they’d be teaming up with Double Fine Productions (Psychonauts) and Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert to publish their latest digital title, The Cave. It’s a platformer with a large cast of characters, one that looks to meld a quirky sense of humor with gorgeously dark art direction. Coming from these developers, it’s definitely one to keep an eye on.
Release dates and prices below;
Playstation Network: January 22nd ($14.99)
Wii U eShop: January 22nd ($14.99)
Xbox LIVE Arcade: January 23rd (1200 MSP)
Steam: January 23rd ($14.99)
Keep it locked to SEGAbits for more on The Cave as it nears its release.
Above is the trailer for SEGA and Double Fine’s new game, The Cave. This is the second character trailer, if you missed the first one, you can see it here. This one introduces some of the characters you will be able to play as when the game comes out next month. I’m really liking the time traveling character. Which one tickles your feathers?
From Rob Gilbert’s latest Twitter, it seems that the Sega booth will have some toys based on the adventurers from Ron Gilbert’s “The Cave”. What the price of these toys is unkown, but I know I’d love to get my hands on them. Perhaps Sega will be giving some out for free stuff Friday, or is Double Fine flipping the bill for these neat figs?