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SEGA West Celebrates 60 Years With Limited Mini Games and 60 Days of Content

While SEGA of Japan kicked off the SEGA 60th anniversary celebrations earlier this year, SEGA West has officially started celebrations today with a 60 day long GO SEGA event and a dedicated website, SEGA60th.com. During the next 60 days, there will be let’s plays, competitions, employee interviews and content covering the company’s history. Additionally, a large Steam sale has begun, with themed weeks planned.

Most exciting are the reveal of four exclusive mini games. Available on Steam for a limited tile, the games include: Relic Entertainment’s Armor of Heroes, a multiplayer tank battle game featuring assets from the Company of Heroes games. Amplitude Studios’ Endless Zone, a mashup of the developer’s Endless franchise and SEGA’s Fantasy Zone franchise. Streets of Kamurocho, a Streets of Rage and Yakuza mash-up from SEGA. And finally… Golden Axed, the never thought to ever be released working prototype of SEGA Studios Australia’s SEGA Reborn project! The last one we are especially excited to play, as it is a cancelled project we covered quite a bit on this site in the past.

After the break, the full press release and a gallery of mini game screenshots!

 

Join SEGA in Celebrating its 60th Anniversary With a Very Special Steam Promotion and 60 Days of SEGA Content

Starting 14 October 2020, celebrations begin! Free games to download and keep forever, new and never seen before content, exclusive interviews and 60th Anniversary website launched!

Wednesday, 14 October 2020 — London, England – 14 October 2020 – It’s official! 2020 marks the 60th Anniversary of SEGA®! It’s been a long and winding road to get here, encompassing some of gaming’s most iconic moments, scores of unforgettable games and the overcoming of multiple obstacles in a way that would make a certain hedgehog incredibly proud. SEGA West is delighted to announce its plans to celebrate this amazing milestone in its history with its millions of fans around the world. Head over to the newly launched sega60th.com for more details.

The week-long 60th anniversary celebrations start today on Steam, as gamers will be treated to awesome discounts on SEGA’s diverse portfolio of products (check the Steam promotion page here for more details). There are also some brand new, free-to-own retro-inspired mini games¹, which have been created by SEGA studios specifically for this 60th anniversary.

  • Armor of Heroes – Relic Entertainment™ – A retro-inspired multiplayer tank romp for up to four players in versus combat and couch co-op. Available from 15-19 October.
  • Endless Zone – Amplitude Studios – The Endless universe and Fantasy Zone™ collide in this side-scrolling shoot ‘em up. Available from 16-19 October.
  • Streets of Kamurocho – SEGA® – Kiryu and Majima from SEGA’s critically acclaimed Yakuza™ series are raging on the Streets of Kamurocho in a new, but familiar challenge. Available from 17-19 October.
  • Golden Axed – SEGA® – A build of a never-before-seen glimpse at a canned project called Golden Axe™: Reborn.  Available from 18-19 October. So, just one day.

To claim your free games, all you need to do is head to the linked product page on Steam above and click ‘Play Game’, this will add the game to your library, and it will be yours forever. Act fast, once they’re taken down from Steam, they’re gone forever! In addition, Steam users who link their accounts to their email addresses at  sega60th.com will be treated to SEGA Saturn classic, NiGHTS™ into Dreams, for free during the 60 day celebration.²

The fun doesn’t stop when the promotion is over though, as from today, our social channels and 60th Anniversary website will be lit up with 60 days of fantastic SEGA content. We’ll be hosting let’s plays, regular competitions, interviewing SEGA stalwarts from all corners of the business and treating you to video and editorial content covering different parts of SEGA’s rich history. Stay tuned to our TwitterFacebookInstagram and YouTube channels for your daily dose of content.

For more information about SEGA and its 60th Anniversary, head over to sega60th.com as it will be updated regularly with new content and information.

http://segabits.com/blog/2020/10/14/sega-west-celebrates-60-years-with-limited-mini-games-and-60-days-of-content/

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The SEGA Forever social channels have shared a cool video looking back on the Crazy Taxi franchise. The pop-up video style format gives some interesting factoids on the series, including a look at the Game Boy Advance version which plays better than you’d think. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/

 

 

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56 minutos atrás, Dav disse:

 

The SEGA Forever social channels have shared a cool video looking back on the Crazy Taxi franchise. The pop-up video style format gives some interesting factoids on the series, including a look at the Game Boy Advance version which plays better than you’d think. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/

 

 

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Em 22/10/2020 at 06:10, Dav disse:

 

The SEGA Forever social channels have shared a cool video looking back on the Crazy Taxi franchise. The pop-up video style format gives some interesting factoids on the series, including a look at the Game Boy Advance version which plays better than you’d think. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/

 

 

Adoro a série! 

Uma série que merece uma continuação ou mesmo uma coletânea (tudo em 1).. Com o conteúdo do ct1, 2 e 3.. 

É uma ideia simples, mas muito divertida.. Só tipo pegar e jogar. Dava para implementar vários elementos para aumentar o tempo de jogatina (check-list dos passageiros (incluir passageiros especiais, escondidos, etc).. Poderia misturar com elementos de outros jogos da Sega (personagens de outras séries como passageiros, localidades, veículos, etc).. 

Ou ainda colocar um modo online.. Onde vários jogadores jogassem ao mesmo tempo coletando os passageiros (de forma competitiva ou mesmo independente). 

Enfim.. Ideias para uma nova versão é o que não falta.. #mecontrataSega 

:fodase:

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Acho que daria certo um esquema meio "Battle Royale", com vários táxis na cidade, competindo pelos passageiros e atrapalhando uns aos outros, até dar timeout e ir eliminando. Mario 35 faz algo nesse sentido e ficou muito divertido.

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Em 23/10/2020 at 12:37, Daileon disse:

Acho que daria certo um esquema meio "Battle Royale", com vários táxis na cidade, competindo pelos passageiros e atrapalhando uns aos outros, até dar timeout e ir eliminando. Mario 35 faz algo nesse sentido e ficou muito divertido.

Verdade.. Seria uma boa.. As possibilidades são muitas.. 

Mas a última tentativa foi lançar um jogo mobile nada a ver rsrs

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Em 23/10/2020 at 12:01, E182 disse:

Adoro a série! 

Uma série que merece uma continuação ou mesmo uma coletânea (tudo em 1).. Com o conteúdo do ct1, 2 e 3.. 

É uma ideia simples, mas muito divertida.. Só tipo pegar e jogar. Dava para implementar vários elementos para aumentar o tempo de jogatina (check-list dos passageiros (incluir passageiros especiais, escondidos, etc).. Poderia misturar com elementos de outros jogos da Sega (personagens de outras séries como passageiros, localidades, veículos, etc).. 

Ou ainda colocar um modo online.. Onde vários jogadores jogassem ao mesmo tempo coletando os passageiros (de forma competitiva ou mesmo independente). 

Enfim.. Ideias para uma nova versão é o que não falta.. #mecontrataSega 

:fodase:

O 3 pelo q eu lembre tem o 1 e 2 junto

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The SEGA Forever social channels have shared a new video looking back on the Jet Set Radio franchise. The pop-up video delves into some more obscure aspects of the franchise, including the underrated isometric Game Boy Advance port. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/blog/2020/11/02/sega-forever-tags-the-streets-with-new-jet-set-radio-series-pop-up-video/

 

Nao sabia dessa versao do GBA

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essa do gba é da vicarious visions, a mesma do tony hawk

deixaram com quem entendia do assunto, resultado, saiu um bom jogo

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Saudades de Jet Set Radio. Escuto até hoje essas três músicas no celular:

 

 

 

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Sério que existe JSR para GBA ? Nunca que sabia da existência.

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SEGA Forever Enters THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD with Pop-Up Knowledge on the Series

 

The SEGA Forever social channels enters into the territory of THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD series as part SEGA 60th Anniversary celebration with tons of interesting trivia on the classic arcade light gun shooter including console ports, plot points, and easter egg appearances in other SEGA titles. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/blog/2020/11/12/sega-forever-enters-the-house-of-the-dead-with-pop-up-knowledge-on-the-series/

 

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caraca, nem sabia desse Arcade de 2018.

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SEGA Forever, SEGA’s nostalgic social media machine, has dropped another retrospective pop-up video, this time focusing on the Golden Axe series. Golden Axe has had hits in both arcade and home console, ranging from hack and slash, to RPG and action adventure. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/blog/2020/11/27/sega-forever-swings-the-golden-axe-in-new-pop-up-retrospective-video/

 

 

 

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Em 13/11/2020 at 09:08, Dav disse:

SEGA Forever Enters THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD with Pop-Up Knowledge on the Series

 

The SEGA Forever social channels enters into the territory of THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD series as part SEGA 60th Anniversary celebration with tons of interesting trivia on the classic arcade light gun shooter including console ports, plot points, and easter egg appearances in other SEGA titles. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/blog/2020/11/12/sega-forever-enters-the-house-of-the-dead-with-pop-up-knowledge-on-the-series/

 

Faltou o melhor de todos.. Hotd OVERKILLL! 

Em 28/11/2020 at 10:42, Dav disse:

 

SEGA Forever, SEGA’s nostalgic social media machine, has dropped another retrospective pop-up video, this time focusing on the Golden Axe series. Golden Axe has had hits in both arcade and home console, ranging from hack and slash, to RPG and action adventure. Check out the video above and be on the lookout for more SEGA Forever retrospectives!

http://segabits.com/blog/2020/11/27/sega-forever-swings-the-golden-axe-in-new-pop-up-retrospective-video/

 

 

 

Tenho muita nostalgia com Golden axe.. 

Até hoje lembro da decepção quando joguei essa versão de ps2.. :fodase:

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No meu caso foi por ver a primeira morte por decapitação na vida

No fliper que eu ia, quando chegou a máquina, era a versão japa. se deixasse a demo, o ax battler decapitava um inimigo comum, a cabeça voava e ficava uma mancha de sangue.

Obviamente muito antes de mortal Kombat. Antes de chegar splatterhouse nesse fliper tmb

 

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SEGA’s 60th Celebration Continues with NEW Interview

The celebration is on! SEGA has quite a bit lined up for this week of their big 60th anniversary, and today they just released their interview with the SEGA of America staff that were in charge during their 16 bit glory days!

 

Master System primeiro modelo esta tao novo que ainda esta com os plasticos protetores colados nas partes que arranham!

The former staff being interviewed are none other than Tom Kalinske (former CEO), Al Nilsen (Director of Marketing) and Diane Fornasier (Marketing), all of whom were present during what many consider to be SEGA’s most successful era, and are also responsible in part for bringing our favorite blue hedgehog into the spotlight!

The interview clocks in at about 12 minutes. We’ll keep our eyes peeled for more new content from SEGA as it unfolds this week!

via Twitter

https://www.sonicstadium.org/2020/12/segas-60th-celebration-continues-with-new-interview/

 

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