Above is the CG video that will greet you when you turn out your copy of Hatsune Miku Project Diva F on your Playstation Vita. That is, if you are going to import the title since and since no Hatsune Miku game has been released out of Japan (not counting Miku Flick) I wouldn’t hold my breath.
French hackers Dyak and Furrtek decided that it would be a good idea to connect a shock collar to a SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive. The idea is that every time the on screen character takes damage, the user with the shock collar gets … Well shocked.
Oh, you crazy French people and your need to make awesome inventions like the French Fries and the French kisses. How awesome would this thing be to play with friends with? Imagine a nice tournament of Virtua Fighter. How satisfying.
Another week and another episode of My Life with SEGA. This week A.J looks at Virtua Racing, a fan favorite around these parts. If you have never seen the show enjoy. Three versions of the game, one video. Get to it, hit play!
“This week, we’ll be taking a long hard look at Virtua Racing. Not only will I review the Saturn version, but I’m reviewing the 32X and Genesis/Mega Drive version as well. Which is the best of the bunch? Watch and learn, friends.”
I was never fortunate or rich enough growing up to own a 32X. Actually I never meet anyone around the time that actually had one. So its good to see A.J. crack down some 32x reviews, even if the game pisses him off.
“It’s another “classic” episode from the vault. If you thought my review of Cliffhanger was scathing, just you wait until you endure the horror that is Motocross Championship for the SEGA Genesis 32X.”
Hey guys, the first SEGAbits episode of “My Life With SEGA” is now up on our YouTube channel. The My Life With SEGA YouTube series will look back at SEGA games we grew up with and review them. This episode is part 2 of A.J’s Italian Stallion game playing marathon. Check out part 1 here.
“Hey, I’m A.J. Rosa and this is My Life with SEGA. The mayhem continues with the Italian Stallion: Part Duex! Today, I’m reviewing Judge Dredd for the Sega Genesis and Demolition Man for Genesis and Sega CD.”
Want to win a free copy of Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown? Of course you do! We will be giving away four copies of the game, two on XBLA and two on PSN. What do you have to do? Subscribe to our YouTube channel and comment on the video. Winners will be chosen randomly on Friday. Contest is open world wide. Have fun, if you like the series please share. Want to suggest a game for A.J to do a video of? Contact us.
Hello everyone, I’m proud to announce that “My Life with SEGA” is going to be the first YouTube series for us here at SEGAbits. Some of you guys might have already seen the show, if you have then you know it’s excellent. All new episodes of the series will now appear on the SEGAbits YouTube channel.
So what is the premise of the series? Looking at all those SEGA games we all grew up with and love. This is an ongoing thing here at SEGAbits, we are trying to get more retro content. Next week will be part 2 of A.J’s Stallion series. Hit the jump to see the first episode, which includes a review for Rambo III and Cliffhanger!
Most of you are probably seeing this and talking about how we sold out to the social media trends. But lets be honest, wouldn’t you want to have random SEGA nostalgia pictures daily on your phone? I know most people use Instagram to show off what they are eating or what they are wearing, not us. We are sharing some interesting SEGA pictures. You love interesting SEGA pictures, don’t you?
Instagram is only an app right now, that means no web interface. So how do you add us? Easy, hit the search button and type in SEGAbits. Easy! Instagram is available on both Android and iOS devices.
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