• Toylet: Sega's Video Game System For Toilets Gets Priced And Dated (Video)

    Do you remember the Toylet, the bizarre video game system from Sega that can be placed inside urinals and allows you to control on-screen action with your pee? The Toylet’s core elements are an LCD screen (placed above the urinal) and a speed sensor to track the “pressure level” of your stream. Read More

  • Sega Auctions Rare Items For Japanese Relief

    A few days after the Japan disaster struck, you could find numerous Japanese gaming companies pledging millions of dollars toward disaster relief. That’s still the case, but I also wanted to mention what Sega of America was doing to help. The company has put a number of items up for auction on eBay, and 100 percent of the proceeds will, naturally, go to disaster relief. Read More

  • Total Refinement: Total War: Shogun 2

    Make no mistake about it: Total War: Shogun 2, available today at fine retailers, both real and digital, is the Total War experience perfected. A tighter, more focused experience all around, Shogun 2 puts you in control of one of nine different clans in 16th century Japan, scheming and warring your way to Kyoto, the home of the ruling shogunate. Will you cover your daimyo in glory, or will… Read More

  • Dreamcast Collection Coming To Xbox 360, PC On February 22

    The long-awaited Dreamcast collection for the Xbox 360 and PC now has a release date: February 22. The collection includes Sonic Adventure, Crazy Taxi, Space Channel 5: Part 2 (ha!), and Sega Bass Fishing. No price available just yet. Read More

  • Sega Toylets Allow You To Game With Your John Thomas

    If you thought those old commercials when the guy would yell “SEGA” really loud after showing off Sonic were good, how about a Sega game that adds that pleasurable post-micturition chill to an otherwise dull game of “blow up the Japanese girl’s skirt?” Now I’ve got your attention, right? Read More

  • Sakadachi Nyachi: Sega's New Robot Cat

    In 2006, Sega Toys in Japan started selling a whole series of robotic animals: dogs, hamsters, and puppies, for example. One of the most impressive toy robots was the so-called Dream Cat Venus released last year, and Sega Toys now has a new robo cat in its line-up, the Sakadachi Nyachi [JP]. It’s not as realistic as Venus, but it’s much cuter. Read More

  • The Dreamcast Ain't Dead Yet: SD And MicroSD Card Adapters Released For Sega's Classic Console

    How many of you out there still have your Dreamcasts tucked away somewhere? Nice. Me too. I mean, when you’ve got classics like Chu Chu Rocket, Skies of Arcadia, Soul Calibur, Rez, and more all still looking as good as they did in 1999 (actually still pretty good), why would you throw it away? And now you don’t even have to worry about finding your old discs. This SD card adapter… Read More

  • You'll Want To Download The Football Manager 2011 Demo Today

    Good news! The demo for Sega’s Football Manager 2011 is now available. So put on your José Mourinho or Sir Alex Ferguson or Arrigo Sacchi or Helenio Herrera (drop enough names yet?) hats and get to it. Read More

  • Sega: Yeah, We May Have Made Too Many Sonic Games In The Past Few Years

    As you know, Sonic 4 comes out today on the Xbox 360 and PS3. (It came out two days ago on the Wii, and last week for iOS.) I haven’t bought it yet, but my time with it last week left with me with the impression, well, the game is certainly a fun romp. Can’t ask for more than that. But what we can ask less of is less trashy Sonic games. You know, that game where Sonic transformed… Read More

  • Shogun 2: Total War: The Closest You’ll Get To Actually Being A Samurai

    So as I mentioned the other day, Sega was in town showing off the goods. Sonic 4 was probably the game with the most, shall we say, mass-market appeal, but I also spent some quality time with Shogun 2: Total War. And by “quality time” I mean like a good 20 minutes. It’s rare that these meet-and-greets last more than, say, 10 minutes, so I’m pretty sure The Creative… Read More

  • Do You Like Fun? Then You'll Probably Like Sonic 4

    Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog 4 comes out next week for the Xbox 360 and PS3 (and on tomorrow for iOS), but I’ve already played it. Well, watched someone play it, and for all of 10 minutes. But believe me when I say this: if there were ever an award for best digital download-only game, then you’d have to figure that Sonic 4 would be right at the top of the list. Read More

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