Tag Archives: Sega

Get some! Sega and Gearbox unveil new gameplay footage of Aliens: Colonial Marines

Sega may be experiencing some financial troubles, but that hasn’t stopped them and developer Gearbox from putting the finishing touches on the often-delayed Aliens: Colonial Marines. The German-dubbed footage showcases the usual bits that we’ve seen in previous trailers: Space

Review: Mario and Sonic win the gold…for bizarre gameplay

The 3DS edition of Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games hit store shelves last month. Mediocre initial review scores made me wary, but I did enjoy the eShop demo, so I finally caved and bought the cartridge.

Would New Games for Old Systems Really Be That Bad?

Recently, Dan posted an article about a new Super Nintendo game in development.  As I read the article I felt a chill of excitement run down my spine and started thinking, would this really be a bad idea if it

Nintentunes: The anti-Nintendo edition

Video game music has come a long way from the bleeps and bloops that populated most game at the inception of the medium, and seems only right to take a look back at not only game that have appeared on

By popular demand, an exciting trailer for Aliens: Infestation

This new trailer for Aliens: Infestation brings the hotness and looks to do the exciting new title justice. Wayforward has seen much success with their previous 2D platformers on Nintendo handhelds, and it looks as if Aliens: Infestation is geared

Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure Heads to 3DS in “early 2012”

Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure isn’t just a really long game title, it’s a really long game title for a game that happens to be for the 3DS. Sega looks to have a winner with Rhythm Thief, as it