SEGA of America’s official statement regarding changes

There have been a ton of questions flying around, people asking what went wrong. There is quite a bit that sadly went wrong, who is to blame? Probably not the people that got fired, but that isn’t the issue right now. The issue is what SEGA is going to be like in the future. The community has had lots of rumors flowing around. Some are saying SEGA is shutting down SEGA America, which isn’t true.

Now there are questions like, who gave the order? If you guess SEGA-Sammy, you are correct. Check out SEGA of America’s official statement after the jump.


Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi officially announced for digital download

Big surprise, right?

SEGA has just, finally, officially announced that Sonic Adventure and Crazy Taxi will be coming to the Xbox Live and Playstation Network services later this year. But more then that, apparently these games will be the first in a slew of Dreamcast games that are going to be made available on the service!

The games will be incorporating all new features including HD visuals, leader boards, achievements/trophies, and surround sound. The games will be at E3, so expect coverage from SegaBits and Sonic Stadium!

These games are expected to launch in Europe this autumn.

Source: SEGA Blog

Shogun 2: Total War is official

It is now official, since IGN has a hands-on preview of the title. It is said the game will revolve around 8 war factions and not have the epic scope that Empire had.

The game will also offer small scale ambush fights to full scale wars. This should be pretty good, since Samurai anything is good in my book.

[Source: IGN]