People are calling 2021 the “Year Of The Backlog” due to many anticipated titles being pushed back into 2022 and beyond. I’ve spent the better half of this year finishing … Continue reading“Hyperstone Heist” is Better than Turtles In Time
Whispers of the Nintendo Switch Online service expanding its hardware and software library surfaced a few months ago. Some of us were hoping to include Game Boy and Game Boy … Continue readingNintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack Arrives Next Week at Steep Price
Covid, be damned, the past couple of years have indeed been a magical period for classic Sega fans. First, we were treated to Streets of Rage 4 last year- and the developers … Continue readingThe Blue Blur’s Birthday is Upon US and SEGA is Throwing a Party.
Last month, a playable demo of Yuji Naka’s next project, Balan Wonderworld, was released to the public across all major platforms. Initially, this thrilled me as not only is this sort of … Continue readingBalan Wonderworld Will Get a Day One Patch to Address Demo Feedback
It was in 1992. You either had a Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo, perhaps both if your parents were loaded. Then, one kid with filthy wealthy parents had the Neo … Continue readingSNK is Teasing a New Console, and It’s Right Around the Corner.
Turkey day is right around the corner, but that’s not the only thing worth celebrating this week. The Super Famicom turned 30 on November 21. While you probably know me … Continue readingA Look Back At The Super Famicom
There is no getting around the fact that Sega has been on a steady decline since the failure of the Sega CD and 32X add-ons for its most well-known console. … Continue readingSega Expected to Undergo 10 Billion Yen in Losses. Can Yakuza Save Them?
The good news of former Sega superstars Yuji Naka and Naoto Oshima joining forces to bring us an entirely new IP comes with some bad. As of July 31st, Sega Group Corporation’s … Continue readingThoughts: Sega’s President Kenji Matsubara Abruptly Resigns