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Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD, online a curious update

Sega has just released a new update for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD. Thanks to this update, players will be able to take on the game levels without the canonical sphere in which ...

Sega is ready to announce a new game

According to a rumor that emerged on the Siliconera portal, it would seem that SEGA may be ready to reveal a new title. This indiscretion could be reflected in the program of events that will be organized during the Taipei Games ...
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Sonic the Hedgehog, the new trailer finally shows the renewed design of Sonic

Paramount has released a new trailer for the movie Sonic the Hedgehog, officially showing the revamped blue hedgehog design for the first time.
Shenmue 3

Shenmue 3 shows characters and environments in a new video

YsNet has published a video showing Shenmue 3 characters and places that can be visited, released on PS4 and PC through the Epic Games Store.
Sonic: Project Hero

Sonic: Project Hero, the game developed by fans now has a playable demo

Sonic, Mario's eternal rival, seems to be receiving a new life thanks to his fanbase. Without considering the upcoming movie, which has had its beautiful ups and downs, Sonic is back ...

Rumor - The new design of the Sonic The Hedgehog film leaked online?

Last May, following the negative feedback received from the whole audience after the first trailer, the director of the Sonic movie The Hedgehog announced that the production would revive the design ...

Football Manager 2020, revealed the release date

SEGA and Sports Interactive have announced that Football Manager 2020 will be released both digitally and in physical format on PC and Mac on the next November 19. Furthermore, Football Manager 2020 Touch will be released on Steam ...

[gamescom 2019] Total War Saga: Troy preview

In August, in the hottest time of the year, one of the most popular and popular events for video gamers takes place in Cologne: gamescom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CzmMHffdj4 We were kindly hosted by SEGA to preview a new arrival ...

CES 2020: Post-show News Recap

LAS VEGAS - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # AI - CES, the world's largest gathering for the consumer technology industry, convened in Las Vegas and ended on January 10, 2020.Business Wire is ...

Disco Elysium, hardcore mode coming soon

Disco Elysium is an RPG title that has impressed lovers of the genre with its difficulty and depth, but will soon become even more ...

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