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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

PlayStation Plus Free Games for November 2018

PlayStation Plus free games lineup has picked up Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami for the month of November 2018.

Hope you are having a blast this Halloween whether trick or treating or just lazily sitting around playing video games, which is probably your favorite thing to do, right? We are at the endgame of the year 2018 and November seems to be very promising (for now).

Last month, not everyone was impressed with survival horror title Friday the 13th: The Game and futuristic sports game Laser League. So, a new free games lineup of this month for PlayStation Plus subscribers has been carefully chosen this time.

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PlayStation Plus Free Games for November 2018

Before we just jump into the PS Plus lineup, let's take a quick look at the short clip below showcasing all the titles for November 2018.




The very first game we got our hands onto is a first-person shooter titled Bulletstorm from People Can Fly and Epic Games that Electronic Arts had the Publishing rights to. You can play it in both solo and co-op mode in a 26th century setup.

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition gets you all the exclusive content of the game for a definitive experience. Players will take the role of Grayson Hunt, who runs a black ops team called the Dead Echo and on a mission to either seek payback or survive.

Next up is a remake of the first game from the acclaimed action-adventure Yakuza series, Yakuza Kiwami from Sega and Deep Silver. Originally released on PlayStation 3, the game was later launched on PlayStation 4 in 2016 and now is visually enhanced for 4K.

The game follows the story of Kazuma Kiryu, who is known as the Dragon of Dojima and he takes the fall for a murder of a crime boss at the hands of his friend. When he finally comes out ten years later, he discovers himself in the middle of a mess.

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Yakuza Kiwami on PlayStation Plus Free Games

Some more free games from PlayStation Plus lineup for the month of November 2018 is still there and let's take a quick look at the list below.

  • Jackbox Party Pack 2 (PlayStation 3)
  • Arkedo Series (PlayStation 3)
  • Burly Men At Sea (Cross Buy with PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4)
  • Roundabout (Cross Buy with PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4)

If the Battle Royale genre interests you and you don't mind playing H1Z1 (because this is clearly not PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, nor even Fortnite) then we recommend you get the PlayStation Plus Blueshift Pack with goodies for free until November 13.

Hopefully, Bulletstorm and Yakuza Kiwami will be able to sustain you for the month or long enough till games like Battlefield V, Fallout 76 and Spyro Remastered Trilogy comes out and makes you completely forget everything else.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Humble One Special Day Bundle 2018

Humble Store brings you a wide variety of titles and discounts on great games like Guardians of the Galaxy and Streets of Rage while contributing on Special Effect charity.

Starting today at 11 AM PT, digital video game storefront Humble Store has launched a handful of selected titles to support One Special Day fundraising event Special Effect. For those who don't know, the latter is a UK-based organization working hard to help every other disabled people regardless of their age to enjoy video game anyhow and anywhere possible.

On the official page of Humble Bundle, you can find this limited time special offer which will run till October 2nd.

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Humble One Special Day Bundle 2018

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There are a variety of genres to pick your preferred games from first person shooter to episodic graphic adventure and they all are divided into three tiers to make things easy for you to decide and pick up. Many high-profile game developers have taken part in this cause to add their contribution.

The One Special Day 2018 Humble Bundle lets you participate for as low as $1 and then step by step rises to $6.46 and then $9 or more, so that more contributors can chip in for a worthy cause and enjoy some good video games in their free time as well.

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Pay What You Want:
Pay as little as $1 to unlock games like third-person shooter title Binary Domain from Sega or hit the road for some wild ride with Crazy Taxi if racing is your thing. Want to do something slightly different? Pick up skateboarding game OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood from developer Roll7 and publisher Devolver Digital.

Get off some steam with 90's side-scrolling beat 'em up game Streets of Rage since this cult-classic series is making a comeback soon with a newest release; Streets of Rage 4.

  • Binary Domain
  • Crazy Taxi
  • OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood
  • Streets of Rage

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More Than Average:
Enter the average tier by spending $6.46 or more to pick up action role-playing game Alpha Protocol from Obsidian Entertainment, where you take the role of agent Michael Thorton and go into classified black ops missions.

Developer/publisher Codemasters have brought you some competitive racing fun with GRID 2 or just jump into the thrill of tactical shooter in Operation Flashpoint: Red River. Finally, get into the shoes of an expert surgeon in Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition.

  • Alpha Protocol
  • GRID 2
  • Operation Flashpoint: Red River
  • Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition

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More Than Average Tier

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Pay $9 or More:
As we come to the last two games of the bundle, we have real-time strategy from Stronghold Crusader II from Firefly Studios with positive reception and a five-part episodic graphic adventure Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series.

For obvious reasons, players may feel drawn towards the latter title because of its brand affiliation with Marvel and Telltale Games. GotG alone is originally priced $24.99 and given that, $9 is a flat-out super discount for One Special Day occasion.

  • Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series
  • Stronghold Crusader 2

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Pay $9 or More Tier

What else come along with these tiers are some bonuses like a 10% off your first month of Humble Monthly subscription when you unlock the first bundle. Second one grants you Surgeon Simulator 2013 Soundtrack and you are getting Stronghold Crusader 2 Soundtrack for free on the final row.

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One other friendly reminder we would like to give to you is that, popular team-based multiplayer shooter Overwatch from Blizzard Entertainment is currently available on the monthly bundle for October and by spending only $12 to subscribe, you can reserve a copy for yourself.

We certainly believe Humble Store has offered not one but two superb offer for any gamers to resist this month which also serves charity. So, to support a great cause and get some fine games, you should hurry before the offer expires.

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Valkyria Chronicles Coming to Nintendo Switch

Sega's World War 2 fantasy take Valkyria Chronicles brings the strategic action on Nintendo Switch console.

We already knew that popular tactical role-playing game Valkyria Chronicles 4 from developer/publisher company Sega is coming to Nintendo Switch handheld console on September 15. Today, at their panel from this year's PAX convention, they announced another critically acclaimed classic title heading towards Switch and it is the original Valkyria Chronicles from 2008, which is currently available on PC, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 to play.

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Valkyria Chronicles Coming to Nintendo Switch

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Players who own VC4 in their Switch library will enjoy a 20% discount at the retail eShop price of $19.99 over the remastered VC title. Last month, a demo version of the game was made available for Nintendo Switch in advance for players to try out the game before making the purchase. These initiatives will hopefully draw audience to this beloved RPG series once more after they finish the fourth installment from the franchise.

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Valkyria Chronicles sets in the 1930's Europa, which is divided by two fractions known as the Empire and the Federation. Both are heavily dependent on a rare natural resource called Ragnite and to secure a major deposit of it, the Empire launches an invasion to the neutral Principality of Gallia. Protagonist Welkin Gunther takes charge of the Squad 7 and fights in a prototype tank with Captain Alicia Melchiott. Despite having less combat experience, Welkin manages to win everyone showing his tactics.

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Valkyria Chronicles 4 Comes to Nintendo Switch Too

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Sega also mentions that this one is not the remastered version of the game which came out in 2016 for players to enjoy on other platforms nor did they clarify what version it would be. So, we are not sure yet if it will run at 1080p in 60fps on Nintendo's hybrid console. Maybe it will simply fare the same like VC4 as it is on Switch now. VCR will debut on September 27 in Japan and then on October 16, it will see worldwide release.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Xbox Live Gold Free Games for September 2018

September 2018 brings free games like Lego Star Wars III and Monster World to all Xbox Live Gold subscribers.

We are almost near the end of August and a new lineup of free games for Xbox Live Gold is waving at the subscribers to welcome them on the month of September. Gold members can enjoy all of these new titles for a limited time while it lasts.

Just like last month, two of these games are for Xbox One and the remaining two from Xbox 360 platform but can still be played on Microsoft's modern console using backward compatibility. Meanwhile, you can still grab July’s free Games With Gold.

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Xbox Live Gold Free Games for September 2018

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Before going in for more details, we want you to take a look at Games with Gold lineup on September 2018 for Xbox One.




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Prison Architect
First off, we have a prison simulation game, Prison Architect where you are in the role of construction and management of a max-security private penitentiary. From laying out grand designs for the facility to hiring stuff members for running it, you gotta do it all.

There will be riots, fire and even difficult hostage situation that needs to be taken care of wisely and this game tests if you are the right man for the job. This one will be available on Xbox One from September 1 to 30.

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Prison Architect on Xbox Live Gold Free Games

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Livelock
Up next, Livelock takes you into a war of the machines where you pick one from three different class of Catalyst, Hex or Vanguard before going to battlefield to enjoy a 3 player co-op to save humanity.

This top-down multiplayer shooter from developer Tuque Games may seem to resemble quite a lot like the Diablo series in terms of gameplay and is no less fun either. Starting from September 16, you will be able to access the game from September 16 on your Xbox One till October 15.

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Livelock on Xbox Live Gold Free Games

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LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
To give you a flavor of Star Wars love, LEGO brings you action-adventure title LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, based on the "The Clone Wars" animated show. Experience a tour around the galaxy to stop the Separatist army, engaging in boss fights and exploring space but amusingly in LEGO style, which is even more fun.

There are around 20 story-based missions within this game that no other LEGO game could offer you and you can get it within September 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

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LEGO Star Wars III on Xbox Live Gold Free Games

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At last, a blast from the past comes in the form of an anthology that captures the magic of three classic RPG titles in Sega Vintage Collection: Monster Worlds. This is a great chance to revisit Wonder Boy in Monster Land, Wonder Boy in Monster World and Monster World IV, which was exclusive to Japan till now.

Onwards September 16 to the end of the month, you can indulge yourself into some retro adventure of Wonder Boy franchise on your Xbox One or Xbox 360 consoles.

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Considering all of these great titles mentioned above for free and an advanced multiplayer experience, an Xbox Live Gold membership deserves a shot. Don't forget the exclusive discount offers in Microsoft Store against your monthly subscription that comes with it.

This month alone offers you $69.96 worth of free games and while a few days of August still lasts, members still have access to For Honor, Forza Horizon 2 and Disney Epic Mickey 2 from last month's lineup.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Streets of Rage 4 Announced

After remaining in hiatus for 25 years, Streets of Rage 4 from arcade brawler series has been finally announced.

Back in the 90's, side-scrolling beat 'em up game Streets of Rage from developer/publisher Sega went on to become a very successful trilogy of cult classics when it was followed by two more sequels. Announcing partnership with original creator of the series, DotEmu, Guard Crush Games and Lizardcube have attempted development of a fourth game and recently revealed the fourth game, Streets of Rage 4 with a new trailer featuring fan-favorite Axel Stone and Blaze Fielding in action.

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Streets of Rage 4 Announced

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Here goes the brand-new reveal trailer for upcoming Streets of Rage 4 in its blazing beauty after nearly 25 years of absence.




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Ex-cop and martial artist Axel returns to eradicate crime on the mean streets with his long-time ally and a former police detective Blaze in a new story this time. The trailer clip showcases how much this iconic side-scrolling brawler has evolved in terms of fascinating hand-drawn visuals and modern way of combat. In a very short glimpse of story animation to our heroes facing enemies, we can only deduce that the fanboys are up for some nonstop action when the game eventually launches.

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After Streets of Rage 3 was released in 1994, Sega ended an era of the franchise for Genesis consoles because; they couldn't introduce better quality graphics or gameplay mechanics of in 16-bit hardware. Afterwards, no one ever thought that a sequel will possibly ever come out but fortunately, we got our prayer answered. Since the makers of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is behind the project, we can expect nothing but another blockbuster victory on street in a raging glory.

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Nonstop Bare Knuckle Action

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Following a legacy of its thriving predecessor, Streets of Rage 4 also appears much enriched in music as well aside from a stunning in-game display. While keeping the feel of the originals intact for nostalgic fans, the game invites newer generation of players by employing a modern art style in their design. Despite a hyped up reveal trailer to announce the title, we still don't have a definitive release date or details on selected platforms yet. So, hold on to your horses till they do.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Aliens: Colonial Marines' Lame AI Caused by Typo

It took five years for a modder to uncover a single typo in game's code after Aliens: Colonial Marines is released.

Despite belonging to the Alien science fiction movie series, first-person shooter Aliens: Colonial Marines from Gearbox Software and Sega was terribly bashed over by fans and critics alike. To bring back fans of this popular sci-fi horror franchise; the game was initially planned as a canonic sequel to James Cameron’s movie Aliens. Not only had it suffered years of delay before releasing on 2013 for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but was heavily criticized for low graphics quality and weak enemy intelligence.

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Aliens: Colonial Marines' Lame AI Caused by Typo

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Dedicated modders have been trying to improve the AI of the Xenomorph enemies lurking around so they would behave more agile and intelligent rather than fooling around like a drunken old person waiting to be blasted by Pulse Rifles all the time. A modder from ModDB known as jamesdickinson963 has discovered lately that a single letter "a" added in the word "tether" game's .INI files, which actually messed up code and caused them behave weirdly. Here’s the code:

ClassRemapping=PecanGame.PecanSeqAct_AttachXenoToTether ->  PecanGame.PecanSeqAct_AttachPawnToTeather

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Instead of coming at player on sight in a blood-thirsty aggression, the Xenomorphs mostly wander around casually like they have other things to do like coming in and out of vents, falling off wall, getting stuck on ceiling or running clueless than tearing you up in to pieces. Apparently, removing the typographical error from the code simply doesn't correct enemy AI behavior but it improves the gameplay by making them far more engaging in a fight than they used to.


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Just after fixing the typo in question, they start behaving more aggressively and play smart. Where the Alien from the first scenario was easily confused and went back when player started running away from it, the bug stayed focused on its prey on second encounter after correcting the error. Their sluggish and erratic movements are no longer there to make them look like bad jokes from a horror movie anymore.


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Gearbox Software simply failed to deliver what they promised in demos and it was nothing more than a mediocre shooter that portrayed the deadliest killing machines of the galaxy as some panzy bugs lurking around. Now, five years after the disastrous release of the title a modder has recently discovered that a single typo in code was one of the primary reasons for the terrible gameplay experience it delivered and upon fixing, it can have some serious impact on enemy AI.

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Developers should have noticed this error while testing if they weren't in such hurry to somehow release the game and be done with it, causing Aliens: Colonial Marines being a chaos in spaceship Sulaco. Hadn't it for their sloppy development, the game could've been a lot better than it turned out. Meanwhile, FoxNext is developing an Alien shooter game for PC and consoles. Publisher Dark Horse Comics is also adapting unused Alien 3 screenplay by William Gibson into a five-part comic-book series.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Shenmue and Shenmue 2 Re-Release Date

Sega's re-release of their classic Dreamcast titles; Shenmue I & II are now confirmed for August 2018.

Though debuted as an action-adventure game in 1999 for Dreamcast, Shenmue was one of the first games to feature a day-and-night system, non-player characters and some role-playing aspects. Almost two daces after its original release, publisher Sega announced of bringing Shenmue and Shenmue II on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as high-definition ports. Following a lot of speculation of when it is going to be available, now we know that the first two Shenmue games are coming this August 21, 2018.

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Shenmue and Shenmue 2 Re-Release Date

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With constant release date leaks on rampant, the publisher company went on to set their record straight by releasing a trailer that announces the day of arrival for this collection.




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Shenmue I & II collection will be out in a bundle as modern PC ports from Sega, priced $29.99 only. They have also announced of planning to release physical copies of the collection for both PS4 and Xbox One. The company also wishes to bring Valkyria Chronicles 4, Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami to Steam, which they mentioned during E3 2018 press conference last month. Yakuza 0 is scheduled to release on August 1 for PC, weeks before HD remastered versions of Shenmue I and II.

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When Sega announced Shenmue and Shenmue II back in April 2018, it was revealed that the first two games of the series are coming in one package and the porting will be based on the Xbox version and not Dreamcast. Despite being re-released, they truly are not full remakes or remasters with HD graphics. However, noticeable graphical differences from their original console debut will be present in the modern remake versions despite having all the technical obstacles.

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Features like full screen resolution will be available though along with modern or classic control, updated UI and voice over option for original Japanese or English. You will be able to save the game anywhere in both titles and that's not all. Your progress can be carried over from Shenmue into Shenmue II for all available platforms. Players on PC are allowed to configure mouse and keyboard as they like with controller support. FPS setting will be fixed on 30 frames per second though.

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Currently, pre-orders of the games are available on Steam and Xbox Store, except for the PlayStation Store of U.S. You are only months away now from experiencing Shenmue saga once again with protagonist Ryo Hazuki as he seeks revenge for his father's death. A second sequel, Shenmue III is on works after series creator Yu Suzuki managed to crowd fund more than $6.3 million on Kickstarter three years ago. It was set to release at the end of 2017 but is delayed more than once before finally setting on releasing it in 2019.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Persona Dancing Dancing Games Comes to PS4, PS Vita

The Specialist Extracurricular Execution Squad and the Phantom Thieves is coming to PlayStation for dance party.

Based on their hugely popular role-playing video game series Persona, Atlus has developed and published two rhythm games on May 24 in Japan. Your favorite characters from Persona 3 and Persona 5 joins for all-new dance adventure in Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. Now, for the American and European players, they are preparing for an international release that will come to market in early 2019 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

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Persona Dancing Dancing Games Comes to PlayStation

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Check out the brand-new announcement trailer for Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight as the SEES members tries to take over the dance floor.




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Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight too is coming to West! The Phantom Thieves will take down the dance floor to new remixed tracks.




In a mysterious room called Club Velvet, the Specialist Extracurricular Execution Squad or SEES (P3D) and the Phantom Thieves (P5D) will find them, where they have no other choice but to perform to beats for a magical dance party. In the beginning, you will have access to a selected few songs but as you successfully complete them, more songs will be unlocked. Also, new costumes, dancers, and partners will be added to the fold to let you customize your performance as you see fit.

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An All-New Dance Adventure

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So, get started with either P3D or P5D and pick a song to dance on with your selected dancer on a preferred difficulty level of yours. Keep pressing the time button shows up on screen and jam along with your favorite characters from Persona series. Upon completing particular songs and objectives, “Social” event scenes will be unlocked. This offers a peak at their distinctive personality traits and relationship towards the rest. Some of these scenes will give you new items after watching them.

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Magical Dance Party

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P3: Dancing in Moonlight and P5: Dancing in Starlight followed the custom of receiving a dance title like Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Both of these titles have all the songs featured in their original Japanese release alongside English dubbed versions, which supports dual audio options for subtitles in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. Aside from composer Ryota Kozuka's fan-favorite tracks, ATOLS, Lotus Juice, Taku Takahashi and Jazztronik has compiled some new remixes.

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Gear Up For Dancing

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This is a whole new, exciting opportunity of exploring an alternate side of the characters of Persona franchise for sure. Although PlayStation 4 version will have both digital and physical copies released, PlayStation Vita will remain digital-only as physical production of Vita cart is ending. More information on special bundle and DLC will drop in near future as well. During E3 2018, a demo of these games will be available at Atlus/Sega booth within June 12 to 14.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Classic Sega Games Comes to Nintendo Switch

Retro game fans are in for a treat as Nintendo brings classic Sega titles like Phantasy Star and Sonic the Hedgehog to Switch later this year.

Retro games have always their unique appeal to gamers and the urge to go back to nostalgia lane every once in a while is pretty irresistible for some of us. These days, every other game from few years back are getting remastered or ported to consoles and this will be a great time to bring some classic games back. So, Nintendo decided to bring in some classic Sega games for their latest console Nintendo Switch later sometime of this year.

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Classic Sega Games Comes to Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo already has legendary games like Mario and Legend of Zelda franchise in their fold but instead, they are choosing to Sega games from pixelated era to their next gen console. Capcom and Square Enix previously released some of their best games for Switch and now Sega is just following their steps. It is time to at least remind people how they used to rule video games on their prime and the new generation has still a lot to learn about the old days.

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During the recent SEGA FES event in Japan, they have made an announcement of porting 15 of their titles to Switch in foreseeable future. Only three titles were mentioned as part of Sega Ages Initiative; Phantasy Star, Sonic the Hedgehog and Thunder Force 4. Whereas these games are soon to be headed to a new home, we still are unclear about if they are just bringing the old games or newer releases and they have a huge list to follow that up.

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Phantasy Star, Sonic the Hedgehog and Thunder Force 4

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Unfortunately, these games will only available in Nintendo Switch eShop for Japan and they still haven't disclosed if they are planning to release the titles for other countries as well. Studio M2 will handle Sega Ages games like they did earlier with some re-releases and so far, their work on 8-bit and 16-bit emulation is unquestionable. We have Ecco the Dolphin and Streets of Rage on Nintendo 3DS as proof to that statement. So, it is safe to say that this is a great new move for Sega.

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We are left speculating which other titles will be announced next and would they be utilizing Switch’s multiplayer capabilities to intensify the fun. Sega is focusing on making some cash with Mega Drive full of pre-loaded games from Genesis system. Mega Drive collection is coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One soon but Nintendo won't probably join that party.