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First Look at House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn in Action | Video Spotlight

Sunday, January 21st, 2018

The lovely people over at ThrowBack Tokyo have recorded some extensive off-screen footage of House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn in action at the recent location test in Akihabara. As the footage shows, it’s very much the House of the Dead sequel we’ve all been waiting for, complete with campy voice acting and over-the-top, zombie-shooting action. Like The House of Dead 4, the violence has been toned down somewhat, with the zombies now burning away when they’re dispatched. However, the amount of on-screen zombies has been drastically increased. Click the embed below to see for yourself:

[Source: ThrowBack Tokyo]

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Border Break Finally Getting a PS4 Port in 2018

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

Almost 9 years after its initial release in arcades, AM2’s mech action game, Border Break is finally getting a home console port for the PS4.

Border Break first released for SEGA’s RingEdge arcade board in 2009 and despite receiving many reiterations, has stayed arcade exclusive until now. While there is no firm release date at the moment, SEGA Japan are promising a release at some point in 2018. There is currently no word on a wider release for US and European markets.

Check out the announcement trailer for the game by clicking the embed below:

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YouTube Channel: Mega Driving Club Features Turbo Out Run

Sunday, March 8th, 2015

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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:

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Review: After Burner II for Mega Drive

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

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Another retro review! Today we’re tackling the Mega Drive port of perennial AM2 arcade classic After Burner II. Can the Mega Drive handle a faithful port of a game made for the slightly more powerful SEGA X Board?

Click here to read our full review of After Burner II for the SEGA Mega Drive or alternatively click the First Party Reviews link on our menu bar and then select the Mega Drive Software section.

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SEGA Tunes: Out Run Soundtracks Available to Download from Amazon

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

3 new soundtrack collections of Out Run music have appeared on Amazon.

The 3 collections also feature the new songs by Manabu Namiki and Chibi-Tech that were added to 3D Out Run which is currently Japan exclusive. We can only hope that their inclusion in these collections means a Western release is on the cards.

Volume 1 contains music from Out Run, 3D Out Run and Turbo Out Run, volume 2 contains the full soundtrack to OutRunners and volume 3 contains the full soundtracks to all the iterations of Out Run 2.

Out Run – Original Soundtrack, Vol. 1
Out Run – Original Soundtrack, Vol. 2
Out Run – Original Soundtrack, Vol. 3

Each collection is priced at $9.49 and is digital only.

[Source: Tiny Cartridge]

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After Burner Climax Now Available on iOS App Store

Friday, February 8th, 2013

After Burner Climax is now available for iOS. The SEGA AM2 game costs £1.99.

SEGA have also revealed that an Android release is “just around the corner”. Check out the launch trailer below:

[Source: SEGA Blog]

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After Burner Climax Coming to iOS Devices

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

SEGA AM2’s fantastic After Burner reboot ‘After Burner Climax’ is making its’ way to iOS devices. No release date has been set at this time but SEGA have revealed a screenshot of the game in action which you can see below:

[Source: SEGA Blog]

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SEGA Model 2 Collection Titles Virtua Strike and Virtual-On Stay Japan Exclusive

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

SEGA have revealed that the re-releases of Cyber Troopers Virtual-On and Virtua Striker will not be making their way West and are restricted to the Japanese PSN and XBLA services. This is disappointing news as the other 3 titles in the collection (Sonic the Fighters, Virtua Fighter 2 and Fighting Vipers) were released in the West.

The 2 games are due to launch in Japan on February 13th 2013.

[Source: SEGANews.net]

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Model 2 Fighters Now Available in the West

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

The 3 model 2 fighters Virtua Fighter 2, Sonic the Fighters and Fighting Vipers are now available for Western gamers.

The titles are available on XBLA and PSN for 400MSP and $4.99 respectively. UK pricing is £3.69 per game and European pricing is €4.49.

Additional features include widescreen support and the inclusion of “lost” character Honey the Cat in Sonic the Fighters.

[Source: SEGABits & The Sonic Stadium]

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Game Grumps are Playing Shenmue

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

Have you heard of Game Grumps yet? The YouTube game show features Jontron and Egoraptor sitting down together to play games and talk rubbish. While the concept has been done a million times before, Game Grumps manages to be a cut above the rest simply because the two men are so funny to listen to.

Most of the show has featured Nintendo games up until now. Now the pair are tackling Shenmue which is already producing some funny moments like Jontron losing his cool with the controls and Egoraptor singing along with the theme that plays in the Hazuki residence.

You can watch the first part below. Please be warned that Game Grumps features bad language and adult themes:

The 2nd part is also available to watch here. This will more than likely turn into a very long series so make sure you check the Game Grumps channel for the next episode as it should go live soon.

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