Entries in 'sega' (120)
Koch Media will now be distributing Sega’s games in the Nordic region.
Sega’s Football Manager Classic 2014 for Vita will also be available in a hardware bundle.
Sega's upcoming horror game Alien Isolation will reach UK shelves this October.
The Shenmue III dream is still alive.
The developer behind Sega's upcoming Sonic Boom has admitted that its Western-friendly designs for the game were tough for Sonic Team to stomach.
Namco Bandai invaded Sega's HQ this week in an effort to promote Pac-Man.
Comedy writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are set to write and co-direct a movie adaptation of Blake J. Harris's upcoming book, Console Wars.
Football Manager 2014 has broken the record for the most consecutive No.1s in the PC charts.
Creative Assembly's Total War: Rome II has again fallen under fan scrutiny, this time over paid DLC allegedly including cut content from the game's pre-release version.
The Shenmue trademark looks like it may no longer be the property of Sega.
The Atlus brand has been resurrected by new owner Sega Sammy.
Japanese powerhouses Sega and Takara Tomy have merged for the kill to produce a Transformers console spin-off.
Sega has lifted the curtain on a brand new look for iconic mascot Sonic the Hedgehog.
Sega has shot down rumours that its next Nintendo-exclusive Sonic title will go multi-format.
It looks as if Sonic might have unpinned his colours from the Nintendo mast.
Aliens: Colonial Marines received heavy criticism from fans after its release last year. So you’d understand if Sega decided to play it safe with its follow-up. Instead, this autumn’s Alien ...
Having been released on the Apple App Store yesterday, Sega has now pulled Rhythm Thief & The Paris Caper from sale.
Creative Assembly’s upcoming survival horror outing Alien: Isolation looks unlikely to be making the jump to Wii U.
After months of rumours, Sega has now officially fessed up to the existence of Alien: Isolation.
Sega is keen on bringing additional free-to-play titles onto the 3DS beyond its upcoming microtransaction-fueled racing game, Initial D: Perfect Shift Online.
What appears to be the first glimpse of Creative Assembly’s Alien game has appeared online.
Football Manager boss Miles Jacobson has revealed the true extent of video game piracy on PC.
A SteamOS version of Total War: Rome II will launch early next year, developer The Creative Assembly has announced.
Funstock has announced a range of (legally dubious) retro games cartridges that work with original console hardware.
Sega has revealed its latest six-month earnings report, showing a profit for the period thanks to the performance of Total War: Rome II.