Posts Tagged ‘SEGA’

Given the way the PlayStation Classic went down, people are understandably still dubious about how the Genesis Mini will turn out. But fear not, because all questions are now answered after a slew of reviews hit the internet.

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After initially being announced last year only to be delayed, Sega has now confirmed that the Sega Genesis Mini will finally launch in September.

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First released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Sega Genesis Classics is now available on Nintendo Switch, complete with its anthology of 50+ nostalgia-inducing games.

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SEGA has just launched Genesis Classics for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, which packs over 50 classic titles.

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SEGA Mega Drive Mini has just been announced, with price and release date info to be announced at a later date. Here’s what we know so far.

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Released as part of the ever-expanding Sega Forever collection, Streets of Rage is now available for both the iPhone and iPad and is a free download.

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Here’s how to download and install Gearsystem IPA of Sega Emulator on iOS 10 or iOS 11 iPhone. No jailbreak is required for this to work.

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You can now download Sega Forever free classic games for both iOS and Android platforms. Here are the details.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to sideload and install Provenance emulator on iOS 10. No jailbreak is required for this to work on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

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Not content to be outdone by the miniature NES, Sega’s Mega Drive is also getting a remake, with a standalone mini console as well as a handheld variant being released that will ship with a massive 80 games to enjoy.

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After making his way to the iPhone and iPad in 2013, Sonic the Hedgehog has returned to the TV screen, with the original game now available on Apple TV 4.

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Raspberry Pi has been used for a lot of innovative projects over the course of its existence. Some individuals take the low cost hardware and use it for teaching purposes to educate youth on computer usage. Others take a more leisurely approach and choose to use the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s hardware as a retro gaming console through the use of various software installations that emulate the experience of older-generation game consoles.

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