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Sonic 25th Anniversary Humble Bundle Now Available

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

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SEGA have once again teamed up with Humble Bundle to bring you a heap of cheap PC games whilst also raising money for charity. The new Sonic 25th Anniversary Bundle includes the following games:

$1-$8.50
– Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
– Sonic Adventure DX
– Sonic 3D: Flickies’ Island
– Sonic CD

$8.50-$9.99
– Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
– Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing
– Sonic the Hedgehog 2
– Sonic Adventure 2 Battle
+ more coming soon

$10-$34.99
– Sonic Lost World
– Sonic Generations +DLC
– Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2
– Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Transformed +DLC

$35 or more
– Exclusive Sonic 25th Anniversary T-shirt

Click here to be taken to the bundle on the Humble Bundle website. All games are redeemable on Steam. The bundle will cease availability in 13 days time.

Downloads: Sonic Month Wallpapers

Sunday, June 12th, 2016

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As a part of our Sonic Month celebrations with Project Phoenix Productions, we have two very special desktop wallpapers available to download. Drawn by our good friend Ciara “Nemain” Thrush, these 2 wallpapers showcase scenes from Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure 2 and can be downloaded below:


Created by Ciara “Nemain” Thrush exclusively for Sonic Month 2016 on SEGADriven and Project Phoenix Productions
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Created by Ciara “Nemain” Thrush exclusively for Sonic Month 2016 on SEGADriven and Project Phoenix Productions
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Alternatively you can download these wallpapers by navigating to our Downloads section. Enjoy adorning your desktop with a fresh lick of paint!

YouTube Channel: Sonic Month!

Monday, May 30th, 2016

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The celebrate the 25th anniversary of the original Sonic the Hedgehog title, myself and Project Phoenix Productions are running a special month of Sonic-related videos and let’s plays on our respective YouTube channels.

Our channel will be hosting a Sonic Adventure let’s play while Project Phoenix Proudctions will be hosting a Sonic Adventure 2 let’s play (starting soon). We are joined by various members of the Sonic community for both and we’ve also got a roundtable discussion video live where myself, Titanscreed, The Gatestormer and Dreadknux discuss what the Sonic franchise means to us. Check below for the first videos to be available in Sonic Month:


SEGA Tunes: Crush 40 Perform Live & Learn at the SEGA Joypolis

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

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Back in May, Crush 40 played the SEGA Joypolis as a launch event for their new CD 2 Nights 2 Remember. You can now watch a live recording of the band playing Live & Learn from the event. Check it out below:

Crush 40’s 2 Nights 2 Remember is out now and can be ordered from Amazon.

Video Spotlight: Shay Deconstructs the Sonic Franchise

Saturday, January 24th, 2015

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I’d like to draw your attention to the latest episode of Shay Says. If you’re unfamiliar with the series then it’s a documentary-style video games show that deconstructs certain games of gaming franchises in a similar way to Egoraptor’s Sequelitis.

For the latest episode, Shay is taking a detailed look at the gameplay mechanics of the Sonic franchise (and when I say detailed, I mean detailed). 2 more episodes will follow that look at other aspects of the franchise.

While I wouldn’t normally recommend watching an almost feature length video about a games franchise, Shay has some incredibly interesting things to say about what works and what doesn’t regarding Sonic gameplay mechanics. He’s also one of the few people I’ve seen actively suggest alternative mechanics that might just improve the experience.

If you have the time then please take a look at the below video because it’s an extremely well made and unbiased look at what makes the Sonic franchise work so well and what doesn’t.

YouTube Channel: Dreamcast Collection and Q&A

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

In today’s YouTube video we take a look at our personal Dreamcast collection and answer a couple of questions from our followers. Check it out below:

Video Spotlight: SEGA Heritage Collection Trailer

Sunday, September 9th, 2012

The SEGA Heritage line of HD re-releases is almost here and there’s a fancy new trailer to show you what you’re in for:

As confirmed by the trailer, the release dates for all 3 games are as follows:

Jet Set Radio – September 2012
NiGHTS into dreams… – October 2012
Sonic Adventure 2 – October 2012

More on the exact dates as we get them.

[Source: SEGAShiro]

Sonic Adventure 2 Confirmed for Autumn Re-Release at Sonic Boom

Sunday, July 15th, 2012

We all knew it was happening but SEGA finally confirmed the rumours that Sonic Adventure 2 is being re-released on X-Box Live Arcade and Playstation Network this Autumn. Check out the handheld footage of the announcement at Sonic Boom below:

Gotta love SEGA’s sense of humour! It’s also great seeing how many people actually still love this game 🙂

[Source: The Sonic Stadium]

Sonic Adventure 2 Coming to XBLA/PSN

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Whoopsie! Someone at Xbox.com pressed the ‘ok’ button a bit too early and revealed 10 screenshots for Sonic Adventure 2 on X-Box Live Arcade and Playstation Network. SEGA haven’t officially announced the game but this entry on the site (which has now been removed) gives us all the proof we need.

The Playstation Network version is only confirmed because one of the screenshots shows the circle button on the dualshock controller which pretty much means a PSN port is obviously in the works.

The games also support a widescreen display. The usual achievements and trophies are expected. The release date listed on the website before it was taken down is October 3rd 2012.

[Source: Sonic Retro]

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