This year’s SEGA console rumor finally here

Every year SEGA is going to enter the console market again. This rumor is as old as… well, as old as the “Microsoft to buy SEGA” rumors. Remember those? The site says that SEGA is planning on releasing a new arcade board and a year after the arcade board is out, SEGA will produce a console based on the technology.

The site says that SEGA has ‘signed up’ a deal with UK’s Imagination Technologies, to work on the console.  Oh and of course, this is not true. Why would this leak to a random website no one has ever heard of?

[UPDATE] This rumor is by Zach Morris, this guy has been making this same rumor since 2003. The last time we encountered him it was at SEGA Nerds, saying that by 2010, we would have the new console. Seems he is pushing it to 2012. This is a lie 100%. Spread the word. [/UPDATE]


11 responses to “This year’s SEGA console rumor finally here

  1. crackdude says:

    "Posted by Zach Morris"

    THE Zach Morris?

    The same guy that is making these rumors since 2003 and always uses the same name?

    I hate him so so much.

  2. George says:

    I just notice, it is him again. LOL. I will update the article.

  3. crackdude says:

    ahah Seriously what is wrong with that dude! LOL

  4. Emmett The Crab says:

    That console looks like a bed pan.

  5. matty says:

    Is there a way to take his internet license away?

  6. Sharky says:

    I hope that attached picture is the one hes using, it looks like the little dipshit made it in work shop class.

  7. George says:

    No, I got that photo off of Google search.

  8. crackdude says:

    that's the back of the portable Dreamcast yo

  9. I tried to get Zach banned from Sonic Stadium, but the mods allowed him to stay. Here at SEGAbits I don't think he'd be so lucky.

  10. SufferLikeGDid says:

    I've gotten the urge to heat up some hot pockets for some reason.

  11. JRcade19 says:

    yup, now it's been pushed back to 2012.

    And by the end of the year it will be something else, that causes the billionth delay.

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