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Aliens: Colonial Marines Development Was Outsourced to TimeGate Studios

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

An ex-Gearbox employee has revealed that the majority of Aliens: Colonial Marines was not developed by Gearbox Software.

The un-named employee has said:

“Hate to say it, but I wouldn’t get your hopes up too high for Colonial Marines. I used to work at Gearbox, and the development of that game has been a total train wreck, going on what, six years now? Gearbox isn’t even making the game, except for the multiplayer. Primary development was outsourced to TimeGate Studios, which has a less than stellar past.”

TimeGate Studios are known for the game Section 8: Prejudice and various DLC packs for FEAR.

[Source: Eurogamer]

Video Spotlight: Aliens Colonial Marines Extended Contact Trailer

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Check out the new Aliens: Colonial Marines “Contact” trailer, now available in an extended cut:

Aliens: Colonial Marines by Gearbox Software launches on PC, PS3 and X-Box 360 worldwide February 12th. A Wii-U release will follow soon after.

[Source: SEGA Blog]

Video Spotlight: Want to Spoil 2 Hours of Aliens: Colonial Marines for Yourself?

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

IGN have uploaded 2 hours worth of Aliens: Colonial Marines footage courtesy of their IGN Live segment.

Click here to be taken straight to the footage on IGN.

Aliens: Colonial Marines will launch on X-Box 360, PS3 and PC on February 12th worldwide. A Wii-U release will follow at a later date.

[Source: SEGANews.net]

Video Spotlight: Titanscreed Plays The Cave

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Our good friend Titanscreed and his YouTube channel Project Phoenix Productions (that we are proudly affiliated with) have begun a Let’s Play series of the Double Fine adventure game The Cave. You can check out the first episode below:

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Video Spotlight: Aliens Colonial Marines Tactical Multiplayer Trailer

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

A new trailer for Aliens: Colonial Marines. This time SEGA show off some tactical multiplayer action and showcase the various choices you can make as both Xenomorph and Marine. Check it out:

Aliens: Colonial Marines will launch on X-Box 360, PS3 and PC on February 12th worldwide. A Wii-U release will follow at a later date.

[Source: SEGA Blog]

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]

SEGA Approves New Character for Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed

Friday, January 25th, 2013

Steve Lycett from Sumo Digital has revealed that he has received approval from SEGA to include a “specific character” in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.

No information regarding what character it is has been revealed at this time. Presumably, the character will be released as DLC for the game at some point in the near future.

More on this as we get it.

[Source: SEGABits]

Video Spotlight: Aliens Colonial Marines Kick Ass Trailer

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

More Aliens: Colonial Marines gameplay in this Kick Ass trailer! Check it out below:

Aliens: Colonial Marines from Gearbox Software will release on X-Box 360, PS3 and PC on February 12th. A Wii-U release will follow.

[Source: SEGA Blog]

Rumour: New Sonic Game Could Be Announced Next Month

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

The Sonic Stadium have revealed that “sources close to SEGA” have revealed to them that a new Sonic game will be either announced or simply teased next month with an estimated release date of September 2013.

There’s an awful lot of details about the game from this mystery source. We’ve detailed the key points below:

* It will be released on Wii U, PS3, 360, 3DS, PS Vita, PC, and “Next gen” consoles
* PC and PS Vita versions will be identical aside from the graphical differences, while the 3DS version will be another Sonic Rush styled game
* Similar to Sonic Unleashed (Daytime), Sonic Colours and Sonic Generations where gameplay switches between full 3D movement and 2D side-scrolling sections
* Each route in a stage will lead to one of two or three exits at the end that will each take you to a different stage
* The developers are trying for a least 20 diferent stages, not including boss battles
* “You might unlock Knuckles in any one of three stages. Sometimes, if you already have a character that would be unlocked first, a different one may be unlocked. Altogether we’re looking at about 10 different characters to play with, and no, Sonic isn’t getting any new friends.”
* Each character will have their own skills to help them progress in stages easier where others will have more difficulty or simply cannot ala Sonic 3 & Knuckles and the Sonic Advance series
* The 3DS version will be “similar in idea, but smaller in scope”. The source says it looks like every stage will only ever branch off into 2 stages.

[Source: The Sonic Stadium]

Video Spotlight: Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Speed Run

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Need help improving your speed in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed? SEGA have uploaded this handy speed run video detailing the best racing lines in the Adder’s Lair stage. Check it out:

[Source: SEGA Blog]

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