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SEGA Pico Added to Hardware Section Alongside Numerous Updates

Friday, November 29th, 2019

A brand new selection of updates have just gone live in our hardware section. See below for a full list of updates with direct links to each entry:

SEGA Pico added, complete with article, specifications and photographs kindly provided by Aaron Foster
Multi-Mega article revised with new text, specifications and photographs
– High quality photos added to the Master System entry
SEGA Control Stick added to the 8 Bit Peripherals

Once again a huge thank you to Aaron Foster for proving us with the amazing, high quality images of his SEGA Pico.

Updated SEGA Saturn Articles in Hardware Section for 25th Anniversary

Friday, November 22nd, 2019

It’s the 25th anniversary of the SEGA Saturn! To celebrate we’ve done some tidying up in our hardware section and made separate articles for the original HST-3200/HST-3210 SEGA Saturn and the “model 2” HST-3220 revision. The article for the HST-3220 revision is also entirely new.

Click below to directly access each article:

SEGA Saturn (Model Number HST-3200/HST-3210) article
SEGA Saturn (Model Number HST-3220) article

Master System II and Dreamcast Articles Added to Hardware Section

Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

2 new hardware articles on the Master System II and Dreamcast have been added to our hardware section. These articles feature a detailed history of each system alongside the system’s specifications and a selection of high quality images.

The Master System II article can be viewed by clicking here. Huge thanks to Mark Hughes for providing the photographs.
The Dreamcast article can be viewed by clicking here.

We are continuing to fill out our hardware section with even more features. Stay tuned for more updates!

Review – SEGA Master System: A Visual Compendium from Bitmap Books

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019

Bitmap Books’ Visual Compendium series are some of the most beautifully presented books about video games out there, and with their 6th entry in the series the team are focussing their sights on SEGA’s 8 bit powerhouse, the Master System. SEGA Master System: A Visual Compendium is a hefty, 432 page slab of nostalgia that highlights a strong portion of the Master System software library.

Click here to read our full review of SEGA Master System: A Visual Compendium. You can also view the entry on this book in our SEGA Book Catalogue by clicking here or you can browse the complete list of our features by clicking here.

The Nostalgia Nerd’s Retro Tech: Computers, Consoles, & Games | Review

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Books written by YouTubers are fast becoming a common occurrence and now it’s time for Peter Leigh aka The Nostalgia Nerd to throw his hat in the ring. The Nostalgia Nerd’s Retro Tech: Computers, Consoles, & Games is a brief but well-presented history of retro computers and consoles that comes off like a cute, little handbook that guides you through some of history’s most famous (and infamous) gaming hardware.

Read our full review of The Nostalgia Nerd’s Retro Tech: Computers, Consoles, & Games by clicking here.

A Casual Look at the Modern Sonic Series on Steam | Feature

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

It is our pleasure to introduce you to a guest feature written by our good friend Pete “TitansCreed” Nethercote!

In this feature, TitansCreed takes a casual look at the Modern Sonic games that are available on Steam, and what it’s like to stream them. If you’re a PC owner and a streamer then this is an interesting little article that might help you prioritise which Sonic games are worthy of you and your audience’s time.

Click here to read the full article.

Super Night Riders | Review

Friday, August 17th, 2018

Super Night Riders is an arcade-style, time attack racer by the one-man French studio, neko.works. The studio has stated that Super Hang-On is a big influence on the game and that’s certainly a good enough reason for us to check it out. The game is available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One as a digital-only release.

Click here to read the full review.

Feature: Sonic Boom (SatAM Episode Review)

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

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We return to the world of Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) with another episode review. In this feature we take a look at the first “proper” episode after the pilot. This episode is called Sonic Boom and you can read a review of it by clicking here.

More episode reviews will be added to this page as I make my way through the series. It would be great to get some feedback on this feature so please leave your thoughts and comments below!

Feature: Revisiting SatAM – Sonic the Hedgehog Full Series Review

Monday, December 5th, 2016

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Something a bit different for a change! In this new feature, I will be re-watching both seasons of Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) and seeing how well they holds up. A review of the pilot episode “Heads or Tails” is now live and can be read by clicking here.

More episode reviews will be added to this page as I make my way through the series. It would be great to get some feedback on this feature so please leave your thoughts and comments below!

Feature: Yakuza 0 and the Disparity Between SEGA America and Europe

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

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With the announcement of Yakuza 0’s release in Western territories, we’ve been introduced once again to the disparity of SEGA’s American, European and Japanese branches. In this feature we delve into the ongoing frustration that is being caused by the disparity between these divisions and why committing to one Western territory and not another is damaging trust between SEGA and its user-base.

Click here to read the full feature.

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