• You can make your very own Sonic the Hedgehog level now, if you want

    My guess is that most, if not all, of you have played the original Sonic the Hedgehog at some point in your life. But while many of you have played the game, how many of you can actually say you designed a level? You know where I’m going with this: has released a fully working level editor, letting you try your hand at creating a level or two. Read More

  • Comic-Con: Win a Bayonetta Xbox 360 from Sega!

    Attention Nerds- Sega and PlatinumGames are giving away one superduperkickass Bayonetta themed Xbox 360 tomorrow. Look at it! You want it! There are two ways of getting yourself into the party to win the one-of-a-kind 360. – Dress Like a Sega Character and attend one of our cosplay events. We should have at least two tickets to give out per meet up, so come prepared with expert knowledge… Read More

  • Review: The Conduit (Wii)

    I now have a reason to ignore my PS3 and Xbox 360. The Wii finally has a decent “next-gen” shooter thanks to High Voltage and Sega. I hate to backtrack, but let’s take a step back for a second before I dive into this review. Developers have typically taken a different route with the Wii since it launched many moons ago and for good reason. First party titles weren’t… Read More

  • Review: Let's Tap for the Wii

    “So, I’m supposed to put my Wiimote on a box and bang on that to play Let’s Tap?” Yeah, that’s pretty much what I kept asking myself while I unwrapped Sega’s Let’s Tap for the Wii. By placing the Wii Remote on a box and tapping the surface, the Wiimote’s accelerometer miraculously picks up on the vibrations and translates them on-screen. It’s… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Sega's Columns free to all iPhone owners this weekend

    In honor of the fourth, Sega is bestowing upon all iPhone and iPod Touch owners a free copy of Columns all weekend. That’s great and all, but at the moment it’s nowhere to be found. And it’ll probably just be a “lite” version of the deluxe version. Maybe the weekend hasn’t started. I don’t know. Don’t shoot the messenger. In honor of July 4, SEGA… Read More

  • Nomad-like portable gaming machine plays Genesis cartridges

    Remember the Sega Nomad? If you excitedly shot up out of your chair yelling “YES!” then you may be interested in a newer, more streamlined device called the Retro-Gen Portable that’ll be available for $50 in about a month. Read More

  • E3 2009: Omnibus E3 demo/hands-on roundup

    We came, we saw, we played. Read More

  • Quick Review: Gensoid Genesis Emulator for Android

    Just when I thought I’d died and gone to heaven with the Nesoid NES Emulator for Android (see the review here), along comes a Genesis emulator from the same developer called Gensoid.If you have a T-Mobile G1 and you’re even remotely interested in playing NES or Sega Genesis games on it, your total out of pocket cost will be just shy of five bucks. Nesoid costs $1.99 and Gensoid… Read More

  • Sonic The Hedgehog Races Onto The iPhone. But Do Its Fake Buttons Slow Him Down?

    The iPhone is quickly becoming the platform of choice for nostalgia-inspiring classic games, with releases like Myst and Wolfenstein now landing on a regular basis. The latest addition, and the one that may strike closest to home for those console gamers of the early 90’s, is Sonic The Hedgehog. The game is now available for a reasonable $5.99, and you can download it here. Now… Read More

  • Sega Mega Drive (Genesis) console

    If you long for the days of the 16-bit loveliness known here in the states as Sega Genesis – or across the pond as Sega Mega Drive – you may be interested to know that if you live in the UK, you can rekindle your love affair for £37.99. Read More