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Sega's Bayonetta has returned to the Top 10 of both the Xbox 360 and PS3 charts.
Platinum Games’ much applauded hack ‘n’ slash title Bayonetta has sold a total of 1.1m units worldwide since it went on sale in October last year (in Japan).
Japanese publisher Sega Sammy has reported a net income of $189.5m for the nine months ending December 31st. The news is all the sweeter for the firm as in the ...
Sega has confirmed that the Collector’s Edition of upcoming Japanese gangster title Yakuza 3 will be the only SKU released in PAL regions.
16 years on from the release of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 on the Mega Drive – and after a string critically questionable 3D outings for the speedy mammal – Sega ...
Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll will expand the fanbase for its long-running arcade-style puzzle franchise, thanks to Balance Board compatibility.
Retail guru Anna Downing has joined Sega as senior product manager.
A Sonic-branded rollercoaster will launch at Alton Towers next month.
Publisher Sega has dated two of its key Q1 titles – Sonic & Sega All-Star Racing and Napoleon: Total War – both of which will be hitting retail on February ...
Sega will reduce the number of mature Wii games it publishes and develops, a company executive has claimed.
Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing on Wii comes with an exclusive steering wheel peripheral.
Sega will focus its marketing efforts for Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Winter Games around the real-world event for maximum impact.
Australia’s Attorney General has claimed the decision to ban Aliens Vs Predator from release was in “the public interest”.
Sega’s Aliens vs Predator will launch in Europe on Friday, February 19th, MCV can confirm.
Sega has announced that Yakuza 3 will be released in Europe and the US in March 2010.
High-profile 2010 release Aliens vs Predator has become the latest in a long line of titles to fall foul of the famously strict Australian Classification Board, and will not be ...
The UK games industry has slashed a third off its Q4 marketing spend for this year – as the economic slowdown wounds the trade in its most crucial period.