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Posts Tagged ‘portable’

Selection of AtGames Handhelds Added to Hardware Section

Tuesday, August 10th, 2021

We’ve added 3 new features to our Hardware section that detail 3 AtGames handhelds from 2008 and 2009. The full list of additions are linked below so please click through and read about these officially SEGA-licensed handhelds developed by AtGames:

AtGames SEGA Mega Drive Portable Video Game Player
AtGames SEGA Mega Drive Portable Video Game Player (6 Button Variant)
Blaze AtGames Gear Portable Video Game Player

Astro City Mini and Game Gear Micro Added to Hardware Section

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021

Our hardware section has been updated with 2 new console features and a stack of high quality photographs. The hardware section now has a new section at the bottom of the page that features Aftermarket/Mini Consoles, and with it comes 2 new console features on the Astro City Mini and the Game Gear Micro respectively. Click the links below to be taken to each console feature as well as the accompanying image galleries:

Astro City Mini
Game Gear Micro

A huge “thank you” to Gavin Storey who kindly provided the photographs of each console.

Prototype HDMI SEGA Nomad by Retro-Bit Being Showcased at CES

Thursday, January 10th, 2019

UPDATE 11/1/19

Retro-Bit have confirmed this prototype does include the additional controller port on the bottom of the unit, but it is just obscured in the photos they uploaded.


A surprise announcement from CES! Retro-Bit have revealed a prototype of a new SEGA Nomad with HDMI out.

The original SEGA Nomad was a North American exclusive portable Mega Drive that featured an LCD display, 6 button control setup, an extra controller port and support for composite out video.

There aren’t many details on this new Nomad outside of the news of it across channels such as Rewarded Play including a HDMI out for high definition displays and the 3 images at the top, which also show a PAL/NTSC switch for playing games from multiple regions. We don’t know if the emulation is accurate, the screen is improved or even if another controller port is included at this time.

It is also worth nothing that the new Nomad is a prototype and has likely not been greenlit by SEGA themselves. Retro-Bit are likely showcasing this prototype to gain interest in developing the product at a later date. This is a very interesting development that we hope gets approval from SEGA. It would be fantastic to own a modern portable Mega Drive solution without having to dish out the sort of collector’s prices that an original SEGA Nomad now sells for.

[Source: Retro-Bit Gaming on Twitter]

Hyperdimension Neptunia/SEGA Hard Girls Crossover Game Announced for PS Vita

Sunday, March 15th, 2015


SEGA Japan and Compile Heart have revealed Neptunia vs. SEGA Hard Girls; a new crossover game for the PS Vita.

If you are unfamiliar with the 2 titles, Hyperdimension Neptunia is an action RPG which features a fantasy world themed around video game consoles. The game takes its moniker from the cancelled SEGA Neptune console and various SEGA characters cameo in the series. SEGA Hard Girls is a short animated series based around SEGA’s various game franchises and features characters who are based on SEGA consoles so it’s a pretty good fit for the world of Hyperdimension Neptunia.

There is currently no screenshots or footage available for Neptunia vs. SEGA Hard Girls but we’re expecting it to be an action RPG in a similar style as Hyperdimension Neptunia. More details as we get them.

SEGA Japan Reveal Stella Glow for 3DS

Friday, March 13th, 2015


SEGA Japan have revealed a new strategy RPG called Stella Glow and it’s being developed by Imageepoch for the 3DS. Imageepoch have worked with SEGA on RPGs in the past as they were responsible for Sands of Destruction and 7th Dragon on the DS.

You can check out the first trailer for the game below:

Stella Glow is released in Japan on the 4th of June. There is currently no word on a Western release.

New Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Screens

Monday, February 4th, 2013

SEGA have revealed 4 new screenshots of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed on 3DS. Check it out below:

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is released on 3DS this Friday the 8th of February. It is also available as a limited edition that includes “Metal Sonic as a playable character along with his transforming vehicle and Mod Pack, an additional Outrun Bay Track plus challenges and time trials, and stickers for your in-game driver’s license.”

[Source: SEGA Blog]

Video Spotlight: 16 Minutes of ASR Transformed 3DS Gameplay

Monday, February 4th, 2013

The 3DS version of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is finally getting released on Friday and YouTube user Dafstervideos has uploaded 16 minutes of gameplay for us all to whet our whistles on. Check it out below:

[Source: SEGABits]

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Now Available for PS Vita (Digital Only) UPDATE

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012


After only a few hours the game has been removed from PSN. It will now go live on December 7th along with the physical release.


The PS Vita version of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed has just been launched on the PSN store. The game is available to purchase and download for £34.99 in the UK. A physical release is expected on Friday. The product listing reveals the following features:

– Ad Hoc Mode 2-8 Players
– Network Players 2-8
– Network Features
– 2048KB minimum
– Touchscreen
– Dual Analog Sticks
– Motion Sensor

There’s no word at this time what the motion sensor and touchscreen are used for but I’m guessing the motion sensor is used as an alternative control scheme (tilt to steer).

[Source: The Sonic Stadium]

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