Tag: Sega

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Sega’s Game Gear Micro is $50 For Each consoles with four games each??

I’m not much of a retro guy! I understand the novelty that comes with it, but even I can recognize a rip-off when I see one! I can’t in good conscious let this one slide by! Sega’s Game Gear Micro is four $50 consoles with four games each, yes, it’s a tiny handheld that has four old retro games for 50 dollars.

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Sonic Team May Say 2021 Is The “Next Big Year” For Sonic, But I’m Here To Say To Severily Temper Your Expectation!!

2020 is the year we should expect to see some news regarding the next mainline installment of the Sonic games, and regardless of what the Sonic Team and Takashi Iizuka or how much they hype up Sonic’s 30th anniversary, we should stay vigilant.

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We Deserve A Sonic 06 Remake To Amend The Sin Of The Past!

With the last few years of gaming heavily focused on remakes and remastered, and with more to come, there’s one game that I feel desperately needs a remake, and it’s one that people will either heavily agree or disagree with me on, and that is Sonic the Hedgehog 2006, aka the infamous Sonic 06.

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Sonic Riders Needs To Come Back! My Dream Sonic Riders Game

Team Sonic Racing being a thing is great and I’ve heard nothing but good things from it, there’s still part of me that wants the Sonic Riders series back! And I’m not talking about a sequel, I’m talking about a Sonic Riders reboot or a remaster with all the best elements for the past two games, not three, TWO!

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The Future of Sonic The Hedgehog – Where Does The Sonic Games Go After Sonic Forces?

In January 13 2016, I wrote a blog titled, Sonic’s 25th Anniversary Is SEGA’s Last Chance To Prove To Us That The Blue Blur Ain’t Dead Yet (Gaming Wise), in which I discussed the importance of Sonic’s latest title needing to do well in order to confirm to the masses that Sonic the Hedgehog wasn’t out for the count yet. Fast forward to November 7th 2017 and Sonic Forces ended up being mediocre  as hell, while Sonic Mania ended being one of the best games released in 2017. So what happened?