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As I listened to the final episode of Saturday Night Sega (RIP) recently, I was struck by the sheer variety of the tunes played during the show. Despite all the disparate styles of songs played, two genres were most prevalent: … Continue reading
Released: December 19, 2013 / $5.99 Version Reviewed: 3DS Original Release: Genesis / 1991 During the 16-bit wars of the early 90s, the most public battle being fought for the hearts and minds of children was between Mario and Sonic. … Continue reading
After discovering Yuzo Koshiro’s brilliant DJ set of Streets of Rage music, I’ve found myself going to it when I’m in the mood for some SoR tunes, over the actual soundtracks! Track appeared on the 4-disc Bare Knuckle Original Soundtrack … Continue reading
Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja With original titles from two beloved franchises released on the system, 1991 was a good year for Game Gear-owning ninja fans. Although the system was pretty much completely ginormous in size, there simply wasn’t room for … Continue reading
Released May 22, 2012 / $4.99 / Version Reviewed: PSN Original Release: Genesis / December 2, 1989 Though his popularity has waned in recent years, primarily due to shifting tastes and a lack of memorable starring roles, Joe Musashi still … Continue reading
Legendary Sega musician Yuzo Koshiro (Streets of Rage, Shinobi, Shenmue) will be the guest of honor at next year’s Magfest. Koshiro will not only be doing a Q&A, but will also be performing a live DJ set (for the first time … Continue reading
This year, Falcom celebrates its 30th anniversary. Best known for their series of Ys action-RPGs, Falcom has developed a variety of games in many different genres. Until just recently, Falcom was primarily a PC developer, letting other companies bring their … Continue reading
“Segac” is a name for Sega of America coined by North American Phantasy Star Universe players when they felt that they were not receiving the same treatment as their Japanese counterparts. While Sega has been pretty good throughout their history … Continue reading