Typing of the Dead: Overkill ‘Love at First Bite’ Lexicon Pack released today

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, SEGA has released new DLC for Typing of the Dead: Overkill in the form of the ‘Love at First Bite’ Lexicon Pack. Priced at $2.99/£1.99/€2.49, the pack replaces the usual content with romantically themed words and phrases. Meanwhile, for those who have had enough of Valentine’s Day, on February 13th SEGA will release the free ‘Make War Not Love’ Lexicon Pack, which replaces all the words and phrases with battle cries and “motivational military speak”. So whether you’re in the mood for love, or want to head to battle, SEGA has you covered.

Want to know what we thought of Typing of the Dead: Overkill? Check out the SEGAbits review!

From SEGAbits with Love – new SEGA-themed Valentines are here!


Last year we presented a collection of print-and-cut-out SEGAbits themed Valentines, and this year we’re doing it again! We’re sharing these a day early to give SEGA fans time to prepare. Simply print, cut-out and give (or tweet or instagram or Facebook post) a SEGA Valentine to the man or woman in your life, and pretty soon they’ll be on you like an E-19 Egg Keeper (Sonic Adventure enemy reference, look it up). Have a happy Valentine’s day tomorrow!

After the break, double your love by checking out our Valentines from last year.

Say “I Love You” SEGA Style With These SEGAbits Valentines!

Flowers, candy and an expensive meal got nothing on these SEGA themed Valentines! Consider these our gift to you, and your key to a successful Valentine’s Day. Once you give one of these babies to the man or woman of your dreams, they’ll be asking to join you in a game of Samba de Amigo Version 2000’s “Love Love” mode or beg you to play some Heart Attack mode in Outrun Online Arcade. What you do after that is up to you. Happy Valentine’s Day!

Resonance of Fate sends out Valentines Day cards

What is a better way of celebrating Valentines Day tomorrow than pretending that your video game girlfriend sent you a Valentines Day card? Nothing… is better…  so print it out and hang it on your wall. This is what the card says:

“Hey, have you heard of Valentines Day? Well, if you don’t know, it’s okay. Here are some chocolatez. Why? I wonder why!”

Now you can also pretend you know Japanese. To top the evening off below we have a series of Reanbell angle shots that show her underwear. You know, for when the evening gets romantic. Hit the jump for that.