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 reading Nintendo 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 reading The Blue Blur’s Birthday is Upon US and SEGA is Throwing a Party.
Super Mario Brothers (1993) is often considered the first proper game-to-film adaptation. While some of the original pitches held much promise, what we ended up with was perhaps the strangest take on … Continue reading The New Super Mario Movie Could Open Doors for More Nintendo Property Films
Right before our world got turned upside down, I caught the Sonic The Hedgehog movie in theaters and (of course) loved it. Unfortunately, it did not have followed the source material down to a … Continue reading Sonic Movie 2 Arrives Next Year Sneak Peeks & Thoughts
NIS Interactive may be best known for the Disgaea franchise, among other tactical role-playing games. However, the team isn’t afraid to step outside of this genre, as proven by the recently rereleased Prinny games. … Continue reading Poison Control is the Shooter/RPG Hybrid with Franchise Potential
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 reading A Look Back At The Super Famicom
In this era Sega isn’t the gaming giant anymore. They are no longer in the console business and sometimes seem barely still in the video game business too. Although they … Continue reading Crunchyroll and AdultSwim Present Shenmue Anime
As much as I would like to share some more good Sega-related news, there’s been another unfortunate (and unexpected) bit of bad news. The news is regarding one of the … Continue reading Iconic Sega Arcade Center Closes Its Doors on August 30