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YouTube Channel: Mega Driving Club Features Power Drive

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

 

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Today’s Mega Driving Club takes a look at Power Drive for the Mega Drive. The game was developed for the Mega Drive by Rage Software and it was released in 1994. Power Drive is more of a time-attack driving game than a racing game. Check out our video review of the game below:

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YouTube Channel: Mega Driving Club Features Double Clutch

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

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Welcome to our new SEGADriven video series, the Mega Driving Club. This series takes a look at SEGA driving games as well as driving games released on SEGA consoles. In this episode we take a look at Double Clutch for the Mega Drive. Check it out below:

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Review: World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

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1990’s Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse was an early hit for the Mega Drive. The SEGA-developed platformer was an excellent little game full of beautiful scenarios, smart level design and tight controls and it was gently dipped in that lovely, Disney goo that makes the experience all the more magical. A sequel was inevitable and the next two years saw Castle of Illusion making its way to Master System and Game Gear. An original sequel for the 8 bit consoles came in the form of Land of Illusion and then things came full circle with another Mega Drive game in the form of World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck (that title is quite a mouthful).

Click here to read our full review of World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck or alternatively click the First Party Reviews link on our menu bar and then select the Mega Drive Software section.

Review: Bare Knuckle III/Streets of Rage 3

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

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The final Streets of Rage game is a polarising one. While the first two games in the series are universally praised as classic beat-em-ups, the third game just doesn’t get the same amount of love. This might be because depending on whether you’re playing a Japanese or a Western version of the game you’re in for a quite a different experience.

Check out or review of Bare Knuckle III/Streets of Rage 3 by clicking here or alternatively click the First Party Reviews link on our menu bar and then select the Mega Drive Software section.

Merchandise: New Books Added

Monday, January 19th, 2015

 

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Our merchandise section gets another update! This time we’ve decided to feature some SEGA-orientated books. The following books have now been added:

– The History of Sonic the Hedgehog (Special Edition)
– Push Start: The Art of Video Games
– SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works
– Sonic Generations: Bradygames Official Strategy Guide
– Sonic the Hedgehog: Adventure Game Book 2
– Sonic the Hedgehog: Joke Book
– Where’s Sonic?
– Where’s Sonic Now?

Click here to go straight to the books section of the merchandise catalogue or alternatively click the merchandise link under the Info section of our menu.

Review: Fire Mustang for the SEGA Mega Drive

Monday, January 5th, 2015

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We love our shmups at SEGADriven and we’ve recently been playing quite a few on the Mega Drive. For today’s review we’ve decided to take a look at World War II-themed shooter Fire Mustang, a game that never made it out of Japan.

Click here to read our full review of Fire Mustang for the SEGA Mega Drive.

Review: Capt’n Havoc

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Capt’n Havoc is a platform game for the Mega Drive developed by Data East. The game puts you in control of a seafaring, pirate seal called Havoc who must save his friends Bridget and Tide after they’re kidnapped by an evil pirate named Barnado.

We now have a review of the title live in our First Party Reviews section. You can also click below to go straight to the review.

Click here to read our review of Capt’n Havoc for the Mega Drive.

Feature: We Speak to Brandon Cobb from Super Fighter Team

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Brandon Cobb is the president of independent video game publisher Super Fighter Team. Super Fighter Team have just announced releases for another 2 Genesis games namely Cascade and Magic Girl. We thought this would be a great time to catch up with Brandon and quiz him about the company as well as their new games.

Click here to be taken straight to the interview with Brandon.

Tommo Release SEGA Mega Drive-Themed Accessory Range

Sunday, November 17th, 2013

Well here’s some rather peculiar SEGA merchandise!

Tommo have revealed a range of SEGA Mega Drive-themed accessories which include bluetooth speakers, a battery charger and iPhone 5 and 5S/C cases which include matching screen protectors.

All of the items are released in North America on December 19th and will be sold via Amazon.com, ThinkGeek.com and BestSku.com. Check below for individual pricing:

– SEGA® Genesis/MD Controller Classic Case – $24.99
– SEGA® Genesis/MD System Classic Case – $24.99
– SEGA® Game Gear Classic Case – $24.99
– SEGA® Saturn Classic Case – $24.99
– SEGA® Genesis/MD Power Partner – $69.99
– SEGA® Saturn Power Partner – $69.99
– SEGA® Genesis/MD Replica Bluetooth Speaker – $89.99

[Source: RadioSEGA]

YouTube Channel: A Review of The Incredible Crash Dummies on Mega Drive

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Today’s YouTube content revives our Review Request feature and we receive a recommendation of The Incredible Crash Dummies from our pal Keithy Huntington. As per usual, I must warn our younger viewers that this video contains bad language:

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