SEGADriven is a SEGA fan-site that focuses on SEGA's console history, retro games and new software hitting the shelves soon. We want to share a love of great, quirky, clever and down-right fun games and SEGA have managed to provide this for over 2 decades. See below for the latest news, features and updates to the site.
3D Out Run is released today! You can now grab the latest port of the SEGA AM2 arcade-driving classic from the 3DS eShop and we suggest that you do because M2 have done a marvelous job in making this the definitive version of the game (and it’s portable!). Check out the launch trailer for the game below:
SEGA will publish a new 2D action platformer developed by Game Freak called Tembo the Badass Elephant. As Tembo you must battle the evil PHANTOM army from taking over Shell City. Check out the announcement trailer below; it’s all kinds of fun:
Tembo the Badass Elephant will launch this summer on PC, PS4 and Xbox One as a digital-only title.
The Creative Assembly’s Total War franchise is now 15 years old and to celebrate the studio have released a lovely little video that looks back at everything from Shogun: Total War to Total War: Attila.
Keep an eye out for a cheeky little nod to the upcoming Warhammer game that the studio are developing but still haven’t officially announced (come on guys, we all know it’s happening):
Sumo Digital have put together a gallery of unused concepts for the original Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing.
As you can see above, Gillius was due to appear in the first game riding the Chicken Leg creature from the first Golden Axe. Sonic is also seen running around without a vehicle and Tails can also be seen a biplane similar to the original red Tornado design.
The first cinematic trailer and gameplay footage for 3DS rhythm game Hatsune Miku Project Mirai DX have launched and you can watch them below. Both feature the song Nice to Meet You Mr. Earthling and it’s going to be stuck in your head for days to come. Check out the cinematic trailer below:
The gameplay trailer clocks in at a meaty 5 minutes so there’s plenty to get your teeth into. It appears that one of the mini-games is just Puyo Puyo so that’s a lovely surprise!
Hatsune Miku Project Mirai DX is released worldwide on the 28th of May for 3DS. The game was developed by SEGA AM2. Yes, really!
Today’s Mega Driving Club takes a look at Turbo Out Run for the Mega Drive. The game was developed for the Mega Drive by AM2 and it was released in 1992. Turbo Out Run was originally released as a conversion kit for original Out Run cabinets. Check out our video review of the game below:
So things have taken a turn for the worse for all the websites hosted on The Sonic Stadium network. The hard drive for the server that the TSS network is hosted on basically decided to die on us. What’s made this problem worse is that the website backups haven’t been created since Christmas 2013 due to a different issue. Always the way, isn’t it? This means the version of SEGADriven you are currently looking at is essentially 15 months old.
I am working to source a lot of the work I’ve done since the end of 2013 through the Internet Archive and my own personal files, but I’m still going to have to rebuild a lot of the missing content. Work on restoring all the lost content will continue for a while but rest assured I haven’t given up (yet).
Please bare with me while the website is in recovery status. Normal service will resume before you know it.
Today’s Mega Driving Club takes a look at Power Drive for the Mega Drive. The game was developed for the Mega Drive by Rage Software and it was released in 1994. Power Drive is more of a time-attack driving game than a racing game. Check out our video review of the game below:
Welcome to our new SEGADriven video series, the Mega Driving Club. This series takes a look at SEGA driving games as well as driving games released on SEGA consoles. In this episode we take a look at Double Clutch for the Mega Drive. Check it out below:
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