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Merchandise: Updates and New Additions to the SEGA Book Catalogue

Sunday, February 7th, 2016


We have a whole host of new additions and updates to our SEGA Book Catalogue in the Merchandise section. Full details are listed below:

– 16 Bit has been updated with new scans/photos and the ISBN
– The novelisation of Desert Strike has been added with scans and photos
– The Dirty Rotten Tips Book from the January 1994 issue of SEGA Power has been added with scans
– The novelisation of Road Rash has been added with scans and photos
– SEGA Consumer History has been updated with new scans/photos and the ISBN
– The 2010 Sonic the Hedgehog Sticker Collection has been added with scans and photos
– The 1995 Sonic Official SEGA Sticker Album has been added with scans and photos
– The Summer of Sonic 2009 art book has been updated with new scans/photos and the ISBN
– The novelisation of Super Monaco GP has been added with scans and photos

Head on over to the SEGA Book Catalogue to check out these updates and new additions.

New Road Redemption Trailer, Still Needs $51,209 for Funding

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Road Redemption, the spiritual successor to Road Rash is in its’ final week of its’ Kickstarter campaign and needs a further $51,209 to be successfully funded.

A new trailer has also been uploaded which you can see below:

Also featured is an Oculus Rift demo which shows the game running with the head-tracking technology:

Pledge towards to release of Road Redemption by following this link: CLICK HERE

Road Redemption Being Ported to Wii-U

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Road Rash spiritual successor Road Redemption is being ported to Wii-U. The game is still looking for Kickstarter funding which you can take part in by clicking here.

Also detailed are RPG-esque details which are included in the single player campaign:

“As you complete missions, you earn cash for the bike shop, where you unlock new bikes with better stats, as well as have the opportunity to customize elements of your current bike, such as its color. You are able to upgrade and recruit new gang members who ride with you on missions, as well as improve your own character by buying new equipment to boost your stats such as better helmets, weapons and other equipment. Of course, some equipment can only be earned by playing certain missions.

There is also a skill system tied to experience earned by playing missions.

There will never be any in-game real money purchases in Road Redemption.”

The Road Redemption Kickstarter ends in 18 days and at the time of writing Dark Seas Games have raised $57,914 of their $160,000 goal.

Spiritual Successor to Road Rash Announced; Looking for Kickstarter Backing

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

Road Redemption has been announced as a spiritual successor to Road Rash and even features ex SEGA development staff among its’ team at DarkSeas.

A $15 pledge gets you a DRM free version of the game on PC, Mac or Linux with a projected release date of July 2014. You can access the project’s Kickstarter by clicking here.

[Source: Eurogamer]

SEGA Tunes: Road Rash 3 United Kingdom Theme Metal Remix

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

The Road Rash games are some of the greatest arcade racers to ever grace the Mega Drive. The games also try their best to create heavy metal songs for the soundtrack using the limitations of the Mega Drive sound-chip. For instance, check out the United Kingdom theme from Road Rash 3:

Now for the interesting bit. A rather talented chap known as Ivan BeSpaleva has rearranged the United Kingdom theme as an actual heavy metal song which you can hear below:

There’s also another fantastic take on this track by TailOff which you can hear below:

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