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SEGA backs Flutin as it sets its sights on the music industry
Flutin uses artificial intelligence (AI) to promote emerging artists and offers recommendations based on listeners’ music preferences, activities, and locations.
SEGA to release Genesis Mini next month
SEGA is giving the SEGA Genesis console the mini treatment as the company sets to launch the new SEGA Genesis Mini next month.
SEGA turns to Palo Alto Networks for cybersecurity protection
When one of the world’s largest video game pioneers wanted to strengthen its IT defences against cyber threats, it started with firewalls and real-time threat intelligence from Palo Alto Networks.
Hands-on review: Sonic Mania Plus is a fast paced experience
Sonic Mania came out last year and is often regarded to be one of the best Sonic games of all time. Now a newer version of the game is here.
Hands-on review: Can Sonic Forces redeem the franchise?
Aside from the enjoyable Sonic Mania, the Sonic series has been in a bit of a rut recently. Is Sonic Forces able to redeem the once great franchise?
New Sonic Forces gameplay video shows the classic Green Hill Zone level
The Green Hill Zone has been a staple for the Sonic series for a long time now. The classic level is now getting a makeover in Sonic Forces.
New Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III trailer focuses on the game's heroes
Relic Entertainment and SEGA Europe have released a new trailer for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III just prior to its April 27th release date.
Kiwi release date announced for Yakuza Kiwami on PlayStation 4
After the successful release of Yakuza 0 earlier this year, Yakuza Kiwami is also coming out to the West. The New Zealand release date was announced.
Yakuza 0 launching in NZ January 2017
Sega will be bringing over a localised version of Yakuza 0 to New Zealand shores in January 2017.
Yakuza 0 heading to Australia and NZ
Fans of the Yakuza series will be happy to know that Yakuza 0 will be released in Australia and New Zealand early next year.
Alien: Isolation is a good first-person stealth game
The term "FPS" usually means first-person shooter in the video gaming industry. However for Alien: Isolation, the game is best described as a first-person stealth game instead.
Aliens are coming...
SEGA and Twentieth Century Fox today announced that Alien: Isolation, the new survival horror title, will be available from 7 October, 2014.
Football Manager Classic arrives on PS Vita
Sports Interactive has announced the release date for Football Manager Classic 2014 for PlayStation Vita has been set as Friday, 11 April.
Be the boss with Football Manager 2014...
If you’ve ever thought you are better than Ricki Herbert, or that Sir Alex Ferguson’s legacy isn’t great enough, then Football Manager 2014 is the game for you.
SEGA to acquire Index Holdings?
Media reports suggest that Sega is interested in Atlus’ parent company Index and has placed a bid for the company among 20 other companies bidding.
Sonic to return and save the day…..for Wii U
Good news for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS owners emanating from the US as it appears Nintendo has signed an exclusive worldwide partnership with SEGA.
PS Vita losing sales fight to SEGA Dreamcast
Unless the PS Vita pulls out all the stops in the next week, the handheld is on track to fall behind the SEGA Dreamcast in Japanese sales at this point in each product’s life.
Gentlemen, start your engines
Sega to re-release Daytona USA.
Football Manager 2012 demo available now
Steam users offered chance to play half a season before official release on October 21.
Zombie rail shooter goes 3D
House of the Dead PS3 port to feature anaglyphic mode plus red-cyan 3D glasses.
Sega online network compromised
See how it compares with recent high profile Sony security breach.
PS Vita unveiled at E3
Sony unveils its 'next generation' portable console, the PlayStation Vita, at E3
Sonic Generations planned for 3DS
Sega confirms Sonic Generations will be available on Nintendo 3DS in November
Review: Virtua Tennis 4
Hot on the heels of 2K's Top Spin 4, SEGA serves up its contender for the tennis-game grand-slam title. Damian Seeto's played both exhaustively, and he offers his considered opinion on which is the superior title right here.