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SEGA wants to know the opinions of players on various series

Sega is known for its long line of popular franchises and now the company wants feedback from its fans. Through a survey, SEGA is asking questions about Sonic the ...

SEGA, announces major losses due to a specific sector

Like a bolt from the blue, SEGA announced a large financial loss resulting from the lack of success of the mobile department. According to the latest economic results of the company reported by Gamingbolt, the Japanese industry has announced that it will suffer a ...
Catherine: Full Body

Sega may have suggested Catherine's arrival on PC

An image published on Bayonetta's Steam forum seems to suggest Catherine's arrival on PC. And the image in question is simply a sheep. But let's go with order. The image of the sheep ...

Sega announced the remake of Panzer Dragoon I and II

Sega, along with Forever Entertainment, announced the remakes for the shooter published on Saturn Panzer Dragoon and the sequel Panzer Dragoon II: Zwei. The first game will be available before the end of the 2019, ...

The last game of Yakuza's studio has a name and a period of release

Sega has confirmed that Project Judge, the next game from the developer of Yakuza Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, will arrive in the West in the 2019 and will be entitled Judgment. This is reported by the official Sega Twitter account. Come in...

Free is beautiful: Company of Heroes 2

Company of Heroes 2 came out five years ago, and even though today is not the anniversary of the debut, Sega still thought about celebrating by offering the game for free on Steam! RTS signed Relic ...

Project Judge, from the creators of Yakuza a new all-Japanese adventure

Judge Eyes: Shinigami no Yuigon is the new Yakuza studio title that was announced this morning during the PlayStation Lineup Tour event. What has that got to do with Project Judge then? Simply SEGA has confirmed ...
Yakuza Kiwami 2

A Sega poll suggests the possibility of seeing other Yakuza games in ...

As Sega tends to do every time a new Yakuza game comes out in America, a poll has been created in which various questions are asked about the saga. This time, the survey looks like ...

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