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The Conduit on its’ Way to Project Shield

Friday, January 11th, 2013

The Conduit has made an unexpected appearance on Nvidia’s new Project Shield device.

A listing on TegraZone (Nvidia’s Android store) lists The Conduit as ‘TBA’. Representitives for Nvidia have also confirmed The Conduit is in development for Project Shield but didn’t supply anymore information outside of naming High Voltage Software as the developer.

Polygon (who made the discovery) asked both SEGA and High Voltage Software for comment but neither company have responded.


Rush Rush Rally Racing Coming to the Wii

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Dreamcast top-down racer Rush Rush Rally Racing will be getting a WiiWare release on the 19th of April in the EU. The game will set you back 900 points.

No release date has been set for US Wii owners at this time but Senile Team have assured fans that they’re ‘doing the best we can to get one as soon as possible’.

[Source: Senile Team]

Video Spotlight: Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games New Olympics Event Trailer

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

I am getting so sick of these unfeasably long video game titles!

Check out the New Olympics Event trailer for… *sigh* Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games:

[Source: SEGA]

Video Spotlight: We’ve All Been Playing Ghost Squad Wrong

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

[Source: SEGAShiro]

Video Spotlight: Mario & Sonic at the London Olympic Games Gamescom Trailer

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Fresh from Gamescom we have a new trailer for Mario & Sonic at the London Olympic Games. Intense cycling Shadow is the best thing ever!

The water in the Thames is NOT that blue!

[Source: Sonic Wrecks]

Prope Announce Family Fishing for Wii

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Yuji Naka’s Prope studio have just revealed a new fishing game for the Wii appropriately named Family Fishing. The game’s main focus is obviously fishing, but you are given free reign to explore the resort using different vehicles. There also appears to be a new fishing rod peripheral available to use with the game.

A vast quantity of screenshots can be viewed over at Eurogamer via this link.

The game is to be published by Namco Bandai and not SEGA and is due for release August 4th 2011 in Japan. There’s currently no word on a Western release.

[Source: Eurogamer and Andriasang]

Sonic Colours Soundtrack Being Released on Western iTunes

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Now here’s a welcome first for SEGA! The Sonic Colours soundtrack ‘Vivid Sound x Hybrid Colors’ is to be released on iTunes in North America and Europe! Game soundtracks are becoming more and more difficult to find on Western shores so the digital distribution of the Sonic Colours soundtrack is a welcome alternative.

Here’s the pricing for both North America and UK:

Individual tracks: $1.29 / £0.99
Per Disc: $9.99 / £7.99

That’s a massive saving on importing and you don’t have to risk getting a massive custom’s charge (I got stuck with an additional £20 on top of the original £40 order; ouch!).

[Source: Sonic City Blognik]

Prope Reveals Rodea: The Sky Soldier

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Prope, the studio funded by SEGA and lead by Yuji Naka, have announced Rodea: The Sky Soldier. The game will be released for Wii and 3DS but no date has currently been set.

The game is meant to be the spirtual successor to NiGHTS into dreams… and follows a similar gameplay style based on flying. Rodea also adds an on-rails shooting element to the gameplay which is also very reminiscent of the Panzer Dragoon games.

There is currently no word on whether SEGA will publish the game or not as SEGA opted out of publishing Prope’s last game, Ivy the Kiwi?

[Source: The Sonic Stadium]

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