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YouTube Channel: SEGA Items at the Centre for Computing History

Friday, August 11th, 2017

We visited the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge and had a look at all their SEGA stuff! The centre is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10am ’til 5pm. Adult entry is £8.

Review: Another World/Out of this World

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Eric Chahi’s Another World was a monumental achievement in 1991 featuring beautiful artwork, rotoscoped animation and cinematics that were animated using flat polygons instead of pixel art. This masterfully directed piece of work features no heads-up-display at all and each scene must be played through trial and error to discover how to progress.

Click here to read our full review of Another World for the Mega Drive.

YouTube Channel: Alex Kidd in Miracle World 2

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

Ian Wall and some talented contributors from SEGA8Bit have developed a homebrew fan sequel to Alex Kidd in Miracle World for the Master System. The game ignores the events of Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle and instead re-imagines a sequel to Miracle World as a Master System title. The game is free to download via this link and can be played via emulator or flash carts. Take a look below for a short let’s play from us that shows the game in action:

The SEGADriven Tumblr is Now Open for Business!

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

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In our quest for social media dominance we’ve only gone and opened a Tumblr! We’re big fans of Tumblr and seeing blogs like Animated Screenshots has inspired us to create a similar wall of animated, video game glee using SEGA games.

If you want images and animated GIFs of various SEGA classics littered across your Tumblr homepage then you can do no wrong by subscribing to the SEGADriven Tumblr and we’ll make sure that happen for you.

A Few Words on the Condition of This Website

Saturday, March 7th, 2015

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Hello everyone, Sonic Yoda here.

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.

A Quick Update Regarding the Status of the Website

Friday, September 7th, 2012

Hello everyone, Sonic Yoda here. A friend of mine suggested I keep you all in the know as to why the site has been quiet for such a long period of time and I thought that was quite a good idea!

So on the 28th of July I moved home and even though I’ve been in the new place for over a month me and my flat-mate are still sorting the last few things out. The main one is obviously the internet.

With any luck we should be live soon but there’s some strange fault with my line (apparently) so even though I should’ve gone live on Tuesday (4/9/12) I’m still having endless calls with my provider to get things sorted.

We have some cool content for you when we’re back though so don’t think we’ve been slacking. I have a feature video that includes all my favourite games from this year’s SAGE to still upload and then we’ll be doing another collaborative video with The Community Spotlight.

Once again, apologies for the long period of dead-time but hopefully we should be live and kicking again soon!

Video Spotlight: A Look at the Pier Solar Soundtrack

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Pier Solar is a rather fantastic indie RPG that was released for the Mega Drive last year. As a companion piece to the game, Watermelon Games have released a 4 disc soundtrack boxset. We received our copy this morning so we thought we’d give you some insight as to what you get for your money:

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SEGADriven Featured on the Community Spotlight

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

TitansCreed’s Community Spotlight feature is a monthly YouTube series where the man talks to various members of the Sonic and SEGA community to discuss various topics and projects. This month’s feature just happens to be on us!

I talk to TitansCreed about the website, where it originated, Sonic fan games, Summer of Sonic, community in general and my band. Check out the full feature below and learn a little about myself and the website:

[Source: Community Spotlight on YouTube]

YouTube Channel: The SEGADriven Mega Drive Collection

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Ever wanted to see what SEGADriven HQ’s Mega Drive collection looks like? Well the mystery is no more thanks to this video I put together:

I’m still not entirely sure I like this video, but if it interests some then I suppose that’s all I could ask for! Interesting note, there are actually 149 games in this collection as I forgot to include Pier Solar.

SEGADriven is now on Facebook!

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

Like SEGADriven? Well “like” SEGADriven on Facebook!

We now have an official Facebook fanpage for those who want to support the site through the world’s biggest online community website.

Click here to be taken straight to the page. We’ve also added a permanent icon to the menu. Look to the left at the very top!

We’re hoping to bring a community atmosphere and a generally more casual approach to the Facebook page so come and check it out and share your SEGA related stories and photos!

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