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It seems as if the surprise arrival of Bayonetta on Steam has been a big success.
Publisher Sega and developer Platinum Games have announced and released a PC version of Bayonetta all on the same day.
Downing, Tafler and Oliver all step up at Sega Europe and Dan Sheridan joins nDreams.
What one hand giveth the other taketh away.
Sega has released its consolidated results for the nine months ended December 31st 2016, and its sales and profits are both up year-on-year.
16bit hit Ecco the Dolphin could be in line for a reappearance.
If Bloodrayne, Doom and Rampage can get the movie treatment, then why should Altered Beast not, we suppose?
The unlikely return of retro classic Daytona to arcades has been seen in motion for the first time.
Wargaming has started a new publishing label called Wargaming Alliance.
Did you know that the Sega Mega Drive still, to this day, sells around 150,000 units every year in Brazil?
UK and European gamers who feared they might miss out on the retro-tastic Collector’s Edition of Sonic Mania are in for some good news.
Sounds kind of unlikely, doesn’t it? But thanks to a partnership between Sega and art publisher Washington Green, retro games icon Sonic is indeed to star in his own art ...
Stormrise, Viking: Battle of Asgard, Condemned, Planet 51, The Golden Compass, Iron Man, Let’s Tap, The Incredible Hulk...
Brexit has ‘definitely caused issues’, says Sega’s European boss Jurgen Post.
Rez isn’t the only Sega classic in line for the virtual reality treatment.
Remakes of Shenmue 1 and 2 are still being actively discussed within Sega.
Charity outing Help: The Game, which gathers 12 original titles from some of Europe’s biggest studios, is now available.
Games industry marketing expert Jon Rooke has joined 2K.
Sega has announced not one but two new Sonic games for release in 2017.
The Sega Saturn was first released in Japan in November 1994. Now, in July 2016, the console’s piracy protection has finally been cracked.
German games firm Deep Silver will be releasing Atlus and Sega games including Persona 5 in Europe.
Sega’s latest purchase is the French developer behind the Endless series, Amplitude.
Sonic’s journey started in June 1991, when Sega published Sonic The Hedgehog for its Mega Drive console.
A collection of new games from some of Europe’s biggest studios will launch next month, with all profits going to War Child.
As the speedy hedgehog reaches quarter of a century old, UK games retailers, publishers, media and developers reminisce about their favourite Sonic games and moments.