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Panzer Dragoon Remake Headed to Switch Winter 2019

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

We’ve finally got our first look at the Panzer Dragoon remake by MegaPixel Studio S.A.! This new version of the game is a Nintendo Switch exclusive with publishing duties being done by Forever Entertainment under license from SEGA. Check it out in action below:

Panzer Dragoon is a classic on-rails shooter from SEGA originally released on the SEGA Saturn in 1995.

A Look at Daytona USA and Virtua Cop on the Tiger R-Zone | YouTube Channel

Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

Before the release of Sonic Advance and Sonic Adventure 2 Battle for the Game Boy Advance and GameCube respectively, SEGA did publish their games on some rather bizarre third party hardware. In this video we take a look at Tiger Electronics’ answer to Nintendo’s Virtual Boy – the R-Zone. A slew of SEGA titles were released for the system and we take a closer look at the ports of Daytona USA and Virtua Cop:

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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]

New House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn Arcade Game Announced for Japan

Monday, January 15th, 2018

SEGA Japan have revealed a new House of the Dead arcade title called House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn. This will be the first new House of the Dead title since The House of the Dead: Overkill in 2009 and the first Japanese-produced House of the Dead since The House of the Dead EX, also released in 2009.

Location tests start at the Akihabara Club SEGA arcade on the 19th of January 2018. There is currently no word on a Western release or a home console port at this time.

[Source: House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn Official Website]

Review: Die Hard Trilogy for SEGA Saturn

Sunday, September 25th, 2016

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In today’s review we take a look at Fox Interactive’s Die Hard Trilogy compilation. Can Probe Entertainment port the Playstation classic to the Saturn and retain its intensive particle effects, multitude of character models and overall detail? Read our full review to find out what we thought of their efforts.

Click here to read the full review of Die Hard Trilogy on SEGA Saturn. This review can also be accessed from the SEGA Saturn section of our First Party Reviews section.

Video Spotlight: Transformers Human Alliance Looks Like Gunblade

Sunday, October 13th, 2013

The first gameplay footage of SEGA Amusement’s Transformers Human Alliance has gone live and I’ll be damned; it looks like awesome-SEGA-arcade-light-gun-fun-times. What’s interesting is it reminds us of SEGA arcade classics Gunblade and LA Machineguns and it even includes that brilliantly cheesy dialogue that SEGA are so famous for (see games like House of the Dead for instance). Check out the trailer below:

Video Spotlight: SEGA to Release Transformers Arcade Game

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

SEGA Amusements have revealed the following teaser trailer which showcases a Transformers arcade game:

Judging by the on-screen cross-hairs, we’d take a guess that this is an on-rails shooter in a similar fashion to Lets Go Jungle.

[Source: SEGANews.net]

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