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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.
A new Sonic game is set to arrive in 2017, Gematsu reports.
Late last year, Sega made a number of changes to its US business that has made a big impact on the future of its famous blue mascot.
The team now in charge of Sonic says it is determined to rectify past mistakes.
1995 was an iconic year for video games.
Allowing players to modify classic games can help rejuvenate piracy-hit retro gaming.
Sega has announced that it is closing Sonic Runners, which was the first mobile game from Sonic Team.
Creative Assembly’s latest strategy release has broken a Total War sales record.
Sega, once a dominant force in the console space, has reduced its presence in the sector over the years.
Titles from Japanese games giant Atlus could be coming to Europe by way of Sega.
Nearly 20 years on from its discontinuation, the Mega Drive is making money again.
Japanese publisher Sega is assessing whether it can make HD remasters of Shenmue 1 and 2.
This year’s Interface line-up has been bolstered by the addition of Green Man Gaming, Curve Digital and Soedesco.
Publishers are typically quite precious about their retro properties, which makes Sega’s latest announcement somewhat of a welcome surprise.
Japanese publishing giant Sega is the latest publisher to sign up to our upcoming Interface event, and will be looking for new titles to bring to market.
For the past 30 years, Sega has endured ups and downs, to put it mildly.
The upcoming War Child video game compilation will be published by Sega and could even come to retail.