Tag: Sega

  • From melee to Mahjong – Yakuza 0 review

    From melee to Mahjong – Yakuza 0 review

    Sega’s legendary open-world brawler/second life sim series finally makes it to PC.

  • Game Tat Vol. 02: Poster Special

    Danny ponders which game posters to put up on his wall, and reminisces as to how he procured them.

  • Gaming going down the pan

    Jason rallies us to the cause of toilet gaming!

  • Game Tat Vol. 01

    Danny rummages through his boxes from Japan to find some amazing game tat!

  • Alien: Isolation announced for 2014

    SEGA and Fox have announced Alien: Isolation, a thrilling first-person survival horror experience that will focus on capturing the horror and tension evoked by Ridley Scott’s 1979 classic film and developed by Creative Assembly. On a decommissioned trading station in the fringes of space, fear and panic have gripped the inhabitants. Players find themselves in…

  • Greg Martin passes away

    On 3rd January 2014, Bronty, a moderator on Nintendo Age forum posted a message announcing the passing of his friend, the illustrator Greg Martin. The post starts: “It is with a heavy heart that I announce today the passing of my friend Greg Martin. Greg was the exceptionally talented illustrator that created the packaging artwork…

  • Persona 4 Arena Receives Ultimax Update in Arcades

    The update will be known in Japan as the fantastically titled Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold. Ultimax will not only feature two favourites from Persona 3’s S.E.E.S force (Yukari Takeba and Junpei Iori) but also an all-new unknown fighter, Sho Minazuki. Additionally, Arena’s extended story – which took place in-universe during May 2012, shortly after Persona…

  • Sega Takes Over Atlus Parent Company

    Atlus’ parent company – Index Corporation – has today begun the process of handing management duties over to Sega’s parent company. This means that Atlus, and all its IPs such as the Shin Megami Tensei series and Trauma Centre, is now a Sega company. To go with the change of management also comes a change…

  • Total War: Rome II Due 3rd September; Pre-Order DLC and Collector’s Set Available

    Additionally, players who pre-order the game now will receive the “Greek States Culture Pack” – downloadable content which adds the Athens, Epirus and Sparta factions. This content is expected at launch, alongside the Pontus faction day-0 DLC, free to everybody who buys the game. But if pre-order DLC isn’t enough for you, there’s also a…

  • Company of Heroes 2’s Theatre of War unveiled

    Relic seem to be taking a leaf out of Halo 4’s book and offering up their Theatre of War, a content delivery system along the lines of Spartan Ops that will extend single-player game time by offering up varied combat missions outside of the game’s main campaign. Like Spartan Ops Theatre of War will be…