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Sega Genesis Mini Release

Sega Genesis Mini to launch in September 2019 with 40 games

April 1st, 2019

There’s always a lot of money to be made riding the wave of video game nostalgia, a lesson Nintendo was pleasantly surprised to learn when it launched the NES Classic Edition back in late 2016. The miniaturized console, if you remember, was an immediate hit and quickly became one of the hottest ticket items that …

Yakuza PlayStation 4 1080p Screenshots

New screens of Yakuza Restoration look gorgeous in 1080p on the PS4

February 20th, 2014

With the Japanese launch of the PlayStation 4 just days away, several third-party developers are preparing to release their first games for the Sony console. One of those games is the latest in the long-running Yakuza series, a franchise that has found success in Japan as well as overseas. Although the upcoming title, Yakuza Restoration, …

Sega launches a new video game powered by… urine [video]

May 7th, 2012

Sega exited the video game console business in 2001 after stiff competition from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo forced the struggling company to shift gears. Now, more than 10 years later, Sega is back with new video game hardware… but it’s definitely not the kind you might expect. Unveiled late last year, Sega’s “Toylet” is now …

Hackers strike Sega, steal personal data from 1.3 million accounts

June 20th, 2011

Sega has confirmed that personal data from 1.3 million user accounts was stolen during a recent security breach, according to Reuters. Hackers obtained email addresses, encrypted passwords, birth dates, and names of Sega Pass network users. Unlike Sony’s recent security breach, however, the hackers did not access credit card data. As a result of the …