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SEGA loses Shenmue trademark in the US

19 Feb

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And here we are again, talking about Shenmue. But no Shenmue 3 rumors or hoaxes today, just facts. In fact appears that SEGA just lost the Shenmue trademark in the US.

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Redux: Dark Matters for Dreamcast is out now

31 Jan

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After years of hyped waiting and a couple of other shooters, you brand new Dreamcast game (mind, not officially licensed by SEGA) is out! Redux: Dark Matters is the latest shooter game released by Hucast Games for the long-dead SEGA console.

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Initial D Perfect Shift Online gets a debut trailer

30 Dec

initial d perfect shift online

Some weeks ago we told you about the new Initial D free-to-play game on its way to the 3DS (the Japanese one, obviously). Initial D Perfect Shift Online, developed by SEGA, looked like a shifting-only racing game, and now, with the first debut trailer, we know it for sure.

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A BETA of ToeJam & Earl 3 for Dreamcast has been released (not by SEGA)

26 Dec

toejam & earl 3 dreamcastYou’re probably wondering what’s wrong with the title of this article. Yes, we know that we’re talking about a 10 years old game, also quite an awful game to be honest. But the interesting fact is that ToeJam & Earl 3 has never been released for the console it was planned for, the Dreamcast, getting just a minor release on the original Xbox.

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What a beautiful console was (and still is) the Dreamcast

24 Dec

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Ready for some console porn? Because Jake Roper has explored the Dreamcast in its very own intimate space! Confirming again, that the latest (and quite unlucky) console from SEGA was, and damn still is, super hot!

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Protect your iPhone with these cool SEGA covers

20 Dec

tommo sega iphone cover

SEGA may not be in for new hardware making, but sure they know how to sell their copyrights. This is the case of these awesome iPhone covers inspired to some of the most famous SEGA consoles.

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SEGA announces Initial D Perfect Shift Online as first free-to-play game on 3DS

15 Dec

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We’re kinda fond of anime and manga, and sure a new Initial D game is something that doesn’t slip off our radar. With our great pleasure (and curiosity) SEGA has announced a brand new game based on Initial D series for the Nintendo 3DS, called Initial D Perfect Shift Online.

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Atlus is free to use dormant SEGA IPs

1 Dec

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In a recent interview with Famitsu, the famous japanese video games website, Sega Sammy’s Chief Operating Officer, Naoya Tsurumi, explained a bit more what are the company’s plan for the future of ATLUS, given the recent acquisition of its mother company Index Corp by SEGA.

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f announced for PlayStation VITA

28 Nov

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F ps3 europe usa

After the unexpected announcement and release of Hatsune Miku Projec DIVA f for PlayStation3 in Europe and North America, SEGA amaze us again announcing the PlayStation VITA version of the game for the western markets.

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SEGA trademarking Shenmue 3 exposed as a hoax

27 Nov

SHENMUE 3 HOAX

As we suspected, we’re sorry to report that the news about SEGA trademarking Shenmue 3 we posted earlier today is almost certainly fake. Various hints lead to a hoax, for example the lack of an application reference number on the website.

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