Category Archives: Virtual On
Video games, being an interactive medium, make certain demands of the player. Most require a time commitment, patience, and a degree of skill. Here are five Sega games that I’ve given near infinite time and patience, but could never develop … Continue reading
Nickel-A-Play is an arcade about ten minutes outside of Denver, Colorado. You pay a $3.50 entrance fee, then you can play any arcade game (except DDR) for free. It is totally awesome and offers a ton of rad games for … Continue reading
I Can’t Be the Only One Who Hears a Bit of the Sailor Moon Opening Theme in this Virtual-On Track, Right?
OK, the Sailor Moon opening theme (English): and “From the Moon to Me” from Cyber Troopers Virtual-On I mean, there’s even the word “moon” in the title!
In awesome, but kind of expected news, Anime News Network reports that the new issue of Hobby Japan revealed a Hatsune Miku figure based on her Fei-Yen design in Project Diva Extend!
As far as game music cover bands go, SEGAROCKS certainly was not the first officially sanctioned by a developer/publisher. They weren’t even the first for Sega (that honor would go to S.S.T Band, who are worth talking about at a … Continue reading
Some time back, Sega partnered with clothing designer Mars Sixteen to make a series of shirts based on their titles and they’re pretty great (though, as often the case with designer clothes, quite expensive)! Some shirts are still in stock … Continue reading