Tag: Sega Archives | Broken Joysticks

Nov
28

SEGA Does What Nintenwon’t With SEGA Genesis Classics

The rivalry between Nintendo and SEGA that was forged in the crucible of 90s  video game marketing has been so exhaustively covered that there are multiple books about the subject (personally I’m partial to “How Nintendo Conquered America” and “Service […]

Oct
19

The Original Valkyria Chronicles Available On Nintendo Switch

SEGA’s classic mix of Real Time Strategy, Visual Novel Storytelling and watercolor inspired aesthetics – Valkyria Chronicles – is now available digitally on the Nintendo E-Shop for Switch. It’s hard to believe that the original tale of Squad 7 was […]

Aug
21

Shenmue I & II Remaster Now Available On Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC

Ryo Hazuki returns to home consoles in his own title for the first time in 17 years with today’s physical release of Shenmue I + II on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This remastered port is also available on Windows […]

Jul
04

Shenmue I & II Port Release Date Confirmed For August 21st for PS4, Xbox One and PC

SEGA will take us back to mid 1980s Hong Kong and Japan with the re-release of Shenmue I & II on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on August 21st. The publisher confirmed the price, release date, discount and various […]

Apr
25

Sonic Mania Plus heads into stores July 17th

Today, SEGA announced that Sonic Mania Plus, the definitive version of the critically acclaimed platformer Sonic Mania, will release on July 17, 2018 in North America and European markets. The game, which will also be released digitally for PlayStation 4, […]

Apr
23

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life | Review

“You can rescue homeless cats for a cat café. 10/10” …  Written By: Jeb Wrench I have been informed by my editor  that I need to provide more information than just that for this review.  Editors Note: Cats will always […]

Apr
17

SEGA Revives SEGA AGES on the Nintendo Switch

SEGA of America announced today that SEGA AGES, the original series that brought classic games to modern consoles, is being rebooted for Nintendo Switch. This series of retro titles will be launching in Japan, North America, and Europe starting in […]

Apr
14

Football Manager Comes to Nintendo Switch

Sports Interactive and SEGA are announced today that the latest game in the Football Manager series, Football Manager Touch 2018, is now available on Nintendo Switch as a digital download from the Nintendo eShop. Football Manager is an in-depth and […]

Apr
13

Hands-On Preview: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

Written By: Jeb Wrench “Problematic Punch Man” If ever the phrase “Problematic Fave” was to mean something, it would be to describe Sega’s Yakuza series. The acclaimed series of intense action, crimes, and large men being lumpy and glowering at […]

Feb
13

SEGA’s Make War Not Love Promotion Is Back For Year 5

SEGA’s annual “Make War Not Love” promotion is back for another round of community earned freebies and deep discounts on some of their more recent titles.  This year SEGA has chosen a motif similar to the 1995 film “The Usual […]

Feb
08

Relic Entertainment Drops Support for Dawn of War III

Developer of the Warhammer 40k RTS series Dawn of War and publisher SEGA have stated that they are ending support for the latest installment, Dawn of War III, just 10 months after the game launched. Dawn of War III was […]

Oct
17

SEGA Reveals TwitchCon 2017 Lineup

Publisher SEGA announced that they will be attending the annual video streaming convention TwitchCon from October 20th through the 22nd in Long Beach California. SEGA will be bringing two of their biggest Fall titles with them for attendees to play: […]

Oct
04

Paramount nabs rights for Sonic the Hedgehog feature

According to Deadline, Paramount Pictures has landed the movie rights to SEGA’s Sonic the Hedgehog. Neal Moritz, who made the move to Paramount from Sony, signed a first-look deal with his studio Original Film and Paramount Pictures and the movie […]

Sep
10

The Internet Celebrates The 18th Birthday of SEGA Dreamcast

It is that time of year once again where we look back at SEGA’s last home console – the Dreamcast. Powered by a then beefy 200 MHZ Hitachi processor and boasting 16MB of RAM, the specs on the DC might […]

Aug
30

Yakuza Kiwami | Review

Game Reviewed By: John Bridgman “Kiwami means extreme!” the tutorial explains, and that’s a good way, to sum up Yakuza Kiwami, the remake of Sega’s first entry in its open-world Yakuza series. It keeps the series’ proud tradition of bombastic martial […]