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SEGA tells us the prequel of Sonic Forces with a free comic strip

Sonic Forces is at high speed (otherwise it would not be Sonic) to our consoles and PCs and for the first time Dr. Eggman's plan to conquer seems to have been brought to ...
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Valkyria Revolution: innovation does not pay

Valkyria Revolution, produced by Media Vision and published by SEGA, nomen omen, is a true revolution in all respects. The first "revolution" takes place in the setting. Fourth chapter of a saga with some success, for ...
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Sega Forever: The retrogaming made by Sega landed on mobile

If remastered is the trend of the moment, retrogaming is a trend that never dies. While in recent weeks there are people who are opening a mortgage to buy one of the mini NES left on ...

Mad Old Accattino - Crazy Taxi FREE? and not only

Welcome back from your Accattino dear sparagnosauri, as you can deduce from the text I will certainly not speak of My Little Pony free in this flash bazza, but of Crazy Taxi, a headline that made us enjoy ...

Vanquish - SEGA announces an epic return for the shooter

You will probably remember Vanquish the third-person sci-fi shooter developed by Platinum Games, which appeared in 2010 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and directed by Shinji Mikami, behind Bayonetta (of which ...
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Sonic again on smartphones? (Unless Mario Run's end is done)

We talk about rumor and as such you have to take it. That said, the coincidences that make it a plausible hypothesis are there and must be taken into consideration. It all starts in 2014 with this thread where a user stated that ...

WARHAMMER 40,000: DAWN OF WAR III

Relic Entertainment and SEGA Europe have announced the return of Dawn of War in the highly anticipated third chapter of the multi-critically acclaimed real time strategy. Dawn of War III immerses players in the usual brutality ...

Age of Empires IV is shown in a gameplay of 38 ...

There is very little time left for Age of Empires IV, the historic RTS saga that has been waiting for a sequel for many years. At ten days ...

Epic Games Store Opens Doors to Blockchain-Based Video Games ...

In the last few days, Valve has updated its guidelines dedicated to titles that cannot be published within their digital platform ...

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