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News: Enjoy the Sights in this Conduit 2 Environments Trailer

Enjoy the Sights in this Conduit 2 Environments Trailer

Where will Agent Ford's mission take him?

We've been treated to a brief weapons preview in High Voltage Software's first-person shooter Conduit 2, now it's time to take a peak at the in-game environments that we'll be utilising said weapons in via SEGA's new trailer. At just over a minute in duration, the trailer is indeed a short one but long enough to show some of the exotic places gamers will be..

News: Get Fired Up Over This Conduit 2 Weapons Preview

Get Fired Up Over This Conduit 2 Weapons Preview

What will gamers pack next month?

It's a shame that Conduit 2 from High Voltage Software has been plagued by several delays, but if in-game improvements come as a result, then it's probably worth it. While we wait for the first-person shooter sequel to hit both sides of the Atlantic next month, producer Keith Hladik and six-year veteran at HVS releases a brief preview of weapons that will be at..

News: Sega Releases New Super Monkey Ball 3D Trailer

Sega Releases New Super Monkey Ball 3D Trailer

Roll 'em!

The upcoming launch of the 3DS system in regions outside of Japan has caused a rush of new media and information to start flowing and the nice folks at Sega were kind enough to send over a brand new gameplay trailer of their upcoming Super Monkey Ball 3D release. The video shows off quite a few of the different worlds found in the game, not to mention some of the special effects that are..

Features: The Game Gear Games We Need on 3DS Virtual Console

The Game Gear Games We Need on 3DS Virtual Console

We go digging in the Sega vaults

We already know about the first five Game Gear games for 3DS Virtual Console, but looking further down the line, what titles would we love to see made available on the console's download service? Below are just some of the games we'd love to download after the eShop launches in May. Shinobi II: The Silent Fury: The...

News: Lend Your Voice to the Save Our Shining Force Campaign

Lend Your Voice to the Save Our Shining Force Campaign

It could make all the difference

Thanks to the wonders of the Virtual Console, many Nintendo gamers have been introduced to the wonders of Sega's Shining Force and Shining Force II games, but sadly the series hit hard times during the Sega Saturn days, causing developer Camelot to part ways with Sega, and the series has never recovered. Several...

News: Sega Names First Game Gear Games for 3DS Virtual Console

Sega Names First Game Gear Games for 3DS Virtual Console

Surprise! Sonic!

The news that Game Gear and TurboGrafx-16 games are coming to 3DS Virtual Console was welcomed by all, and Sega has already announced five of the games it'll be bringing to the service when it launches in late May. Classic gem-stacker Columns and ninja outing Shinobi (known as The G.G. Shinobi in Japan) will need no introduction to...

News: Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 Likely to have a Bigger Budget

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 Likely to have a Bigger Budget

First episode success gives developer more gold rings

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 marked the welcome return of the blue spiky one's 2D home console adventures after a long hiatus, and now, four months after the release of the debut title in the latest episodic adventure, talk is starting to flow on what we can expect from Episode 2. Brand Manager Ken Balough has been participating in the..

News: Activision and Sega Combine to Create Wappy Dog for DS

Activision and Sega Combine to Create Wappy Dog for DS

Ruff prototype shown

Sega's not just a beloved games publisher and former hardware king; its Sega Toys division creates physical toys as well, with its latest creation joining forces with Activision for one of the DS's most unusual games yet. Named Wappy Dog, it's a plastic pooch that's essentially a much more evolved form of Sega's previous Poo-Chi toy: you can play with the dog as a toy in its..

Features: 10 Sega Games We Want on 3DS

10 Sega Games We Want on 3DS

Just 10?!

3DS has got a pretty promising line-up of titles from third-party publishers, with day one support from Capcom, Konami, Sega, EA and more, and plenty more to come in the future. That said, we put our thinking caps on here at Nintendo Life to think of which titles we want to see from publishers in the future, starting from Nintendo's old rival: SEGA. The blue company only has two games..

News: Sonic Colours Sells 1.85 Million Copies Worldwide

Sonic Colours Sells 1.85 Million Copies Worldwide

Turning rings into coins

Last year's hedgehog outing Sonic Colours on Wii and Sonic Colours were two of the year's better platformers, and certainly the highlight of the blue spiky one's recent career. Sega recently released some provisional sales figures for the game, and although it didn't necessarily set the charts alight it still posted decent...

News: Brand New Conduit 2 Weapons Trailer Touches Down

Brand New Conduit 2 Weapons Trailer Touches Down

And new screenshots to boot

It's Conduit 2 overload this week – first came the news that High Voltage is bringing The Conduit to 3DS, now Sega has detonated a new trailer and multiplayer screenshots too. The trailer shows off some of the old and new weapons you'll be causing chaos with in Conduit 2, ranging from the offbeat to the frankly mental. Turrets, guns that make you invisible, a cannon..

News: Sega Lets Loose with New Conduit 2 Screens and Details

Sega Lets Loose with New Conduit 2 Screens and Details

Multiplayer blown wide open

To get you into the alien-blasting mood ahead of the release of Conduit 2, Sega has furnished us with a stimulus pack of new screenshots and a list of the 14 multiplayer modes that feature in the sequel. There's the usual array of deathmatch and capture the flag gametypes, with other modes inspired by other successful multiplayer titles: Balloon Battle takes its cues..

News: Sonic Colours Soundtrack Racing to iTunes

Sonic Colours Soundtrack Racing to iTunes

Grab some sonic satisfaction

Wii platformer Sonic Colours (or Sonic Colors, if you prefer) was praised for its soundtrack, and iTunes users will be able to download the game's audio stylings across North America, Europe and Japan from January 26th. At $1.29 / £0.99 a track it's likely to mount up, with 82 tracks spread across three discs, but you...

News: Sega Announces PAL Region Release Dates for Conduit 2

Sega Announces PAL Region Release Dates for Conduit 2

New weapons trailer to check out too

Eurocom made sure 2010 went out with a bang by chipping in with its Wii version of GoldenEye 007, securing itself as one of the top first-person shooters on the console. High Voltage Software has yet to release its upcoming shooter though, but at least the dates have been set as to when gamers can get their hands on the anticipated sequel to 2009's The Conduit..

News: Charge Your Wii Remotes with Sonic Induction Power

Charge Your Wii Remotes with Sonic Induction Power

Sit them down, charge them up

There's truly no more stylish way to charge your Wii Remote's exhausted batteries than this Sonic the Hedgehog induction charger, but there are plenty of cheaper ones: this baby will set you back a hefty $49.99. Powering your Remotes by the magic of induction, you can replenish their battery power without removing their little silicone jackets. The stand charges two..

News: First Super Monkey Ball 3DS Trailer is Bananas

First Super Monkey Ball 3DS Trailer is Bananas

Opposable thumbs mandatory

Sega's Super Monkey Ball series has appeared on every Nintendo console since the GameBoy Advance, so it's no surprise it'll be launching for 3DS next year, with much the same formula that's entertained countless monkey lovers for years. Below we have the first Japanese trailer for the game, completely free of surprises and...