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Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect will take a small step in the traditional heartland of gaming later this year when the device receives it's first adult-rated title.
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Two key console releases have seen their release dates pushed back in Japan following the terrible destruction suffered by the country at the end of last week.
Sega and its UK studio Sports Interactive have pledged to donate a portion of revenues to a Japan earthquake relief fund.
Distributor Realtime will now deliver Blaze accessories to retail.
Japanese publisher Sega has released its first ever Facebook game – Sega Play Baseball.
The creator of cult Dreamcast action adventure series Shenmue has said that Sega will probably allow him to create Shenmue 3.
Twenty years of Sonic will be marked by a global merchandising plan.
Virtua Tennis 4 is smashing its way to UK and European retailers in two months’ time.
The success of iPhone gaming will not necessarily come at the expense of dedicated gaming handheld rivals such as the DS, PSP, 3DS and NGP.
Sega has announced that the Mega Drive Classic Collection: Gold Edition will be released on PC on March 18th.
Europe is now Sega’s biggest boxed games market, thanks to the continued performance of Football Manager 2011.
Publisher Sega is spending big to make sure Shogun 2: Total War is the best-selling PC game of Q1.
Publishers, platform holders, retailers and more have signed up to endorse this year’s MCV Industry Excellence Awards.
Capcom, Sega and Namco have each sunk the price of their iPhone games just days after EA and Gameloft announced similar sales ploys.
Europe is now Sega's biggest and most important market for boxed products.
Sega Sammy has posted its financial results for the nine months ending December 31st, with a 117 per cent rise in profit year-on-year.
Sega has revealed that it will release a brand new title in the iconic Sega Rally series in 2011.
Sega Europe will up the ante of its licensing program this year, securing new merchandising deals for its hottest properties, such as Sonic The Hedgehog.
Thor: God of Thunder will no longer be released on PSP when it hits shelves on other formats on April 29th.
The next game to emerge from the ongoing partnership between developer Platinum Games and publisher Sega will be called Max Anarchy.
Virtua Tennis 4 will launch on Wii and Kinect, Sega has announced.
The Conduit II will be released on March 18th.
A boxed compilation of classic Dreamcast games will not arrive on PS3 when it hits shelves on February 25th.