Sega

Alien: Isolation is a survival horror game based on Hollywood’s 1979 classic

Sega reveals Alien: Isolation, an upcoming first-person survival horror game from Total War developer Creative Assembly. The game is due for release on the PlayStation and Xbox family of consoles, plus Windows, in 2014.

Gaming

Jetsetter: Sega keeps its most promising games locked up in Japan

This week Jetsetter casts its wandering gaming eye to Sega. The once great console contender has fallen on hard times, and its keeping its most promising games, like Yakuza 5, Phantasy Star Online 2, and Phantasy Star Nova locked up in the Asian market.

Gaming

Jetsetter: Persona 5 the Hedgehog? Sega tries to buy Atlus

This week in Jetsetter, the intrepid RPG maker Atlus hits the auction block as its parent company drowns. Who might be buying? None other than Sega Sammy Holdings. Elsewhere in the world, the developers of Sweden meet adversity head on and the UK stops taking…

Gaming

‘Company of Heroes 2’ preview: War is cold, bitter, and deep

After switching publisher from THQ to Sega, the 'Company of Heroes 2' returns us to the real-time strategy roots that the series so expertly began with, and it does so with a new look and feel.

E3

‘Sonic Lost World’ preview: Sega’s blue mascot is the unlikely savior of Nintendo’s E3

Sonic's been appearing on Nintendo consoles for over a decade now but Sonic Lost World may be the first time Sega's old mascot is looking better than Nintendo's own titles.

E3

‘Sonic: Lost World’ features competitive multiplayer modes and exclusive 3DS levels

'Sonic: Lost World' won't be exactly the same game on 3DS and Wii U, Sega confirms. Newly revealed story details also confirm that the game sees Sonic joining forces with the villainous Dr. Eggman for once.

Gaming

Sega, Gearbox face lawsuit over allegedly misleading Aliens: Colonial Marines demos

A lawsuit filed against Sega and Gearbox Software seeks damages for alleged false advertising in preview demos and trailers that were available prior to the release of Aliens: Colonial Marines.

Gaming

Jetsetter: Summer 2013 brings a brand new game to the Sega Dreamcast

This week in Jetsetter, Germany's NG.DEV.TEAM bangs out NEO XYX, yet another old school shooter built for the Sega Dreamcast and SNK's ancient Neo-Geo console. Then it's off to China to look at how the country's domestic MMOs can't compete with those made in…

Gaming

Disney banks on more retro remakes with Genesis classic ‘Castle of Illusion’

Disney Interactive is dead set on not making many new games, as evidenced by the closure of studios LucasArts and Junction Point. Who needs new games when you've got classics to remake? Hot on the heels of DuckTales remastered, Disney has announced a remake of…

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Sega forced to add badge of shame to its UK ‘Aliens: Colonial Marines’ trailers

The game that Gearbox Software and Sega claimed was Aliens: Colonial Marines in previews and trailers was not exactly the same game as the one they released - and now a UK agency is holding them accountable.

Gaming

Our favorite April Fools Day gaming stories

Every year on April 1, you can generally expect a fairly substantial offering of jokes to pop up in the gaming field, masquerading as real news. Here are our faves so far.

Gaming

It doesn’t pay to be a Dreamcast lover; Sega delays ‘Phantasy Star Online 2’ in the US

Stop polishing those mags and pestering your friends to decide what class they want to role around the galaxy as. Sega won't be releasing its new online role-playing game Phantasy Star Online 2 in the US this spring as planned. The game has been delayed while…

Gaming

New ‘Ecco the Dolphin’ project heads to Kickstarter without Sega on board

In hopes of bringing back his Sega Genesis classic 'Ecco the Dolphin, Ed Annunziata met with Sega in September. The Ecco development team reunited, but with Sega nowhere in site, it's hitting Kickstarter to make 'The Big Blue.'

Gaming

Aliens: Colonial Marines hopes to not to suck quite as much as patches near 4GB

Gearbox Software continues to release patches for Aliens: Colonial Marines, fixing everything from the visuals to functionality. On the PC, those patches are nearing a whopping 4GB.

Gaming

Gearbox Software fights a losing battle against the bugs in Aliens: Colonial Marines

Aliens: Colonial Marines wasn't merely a bad game when it came out, it was a broken game, with myriad bugs and glitches hampering play. Gearbox Software is still working to get the game in order, and a new patch for the Xbox 360 version of the game addresses…

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