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SEGA Tokyo Game Show 2012 Roundup

September 23, 2012

Compared to last year, SEGA’s showing at Tokyo Game Show (TGS for short) was hugely gimped by lack of multiplatform titles, something the publisher is greatly known for. A general shift in focus towards touch-based platforms is apparent with not just SEGA, but the entirety of the event across all publishers.

That said, SEGA has still revealed and demonstrated several titles, although as always it is unclear how many of these will receive English language releases.

After the break we have compiled a list of every title involving SEGA at the event.



Tribute: SEGA2010

January 1, 2011


SEGA released a lot of brilliant games in 2010 full of fun and sexy times. It was a great year to be a fan of the company, and what better way to get excited for the new year than to look back and see just how much they accomplished within just 365 days? We have compiled a montage of just a handful of them, and we hope you enjoy!

The music is a remix of the OutRun song Splash Wave from what is arguably SEGA’s best game from 2010, Bayonetta.

SEGA’s JAMMA Arcade Show lineup revealed, new games announced

August 28, 2010

SEGA have revealed their JAMMA lineup for 2010, with it comes the announcement of three new titles. Initial D: Arcade Stage 6 is the sixth outing of SEGA’s arcade game series based on the Initial D comic and animated series. Shining Force Cross Raid and Border Break Air Burst ver.02 are both the newest alterations to their respective games, both of which are developed by AM2. Click here to see the full list of titles that will be at the event, which includes Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown.

Hit the jump to see the teaser trailer for Border Break Air Burst ver.02 and to learn more about the JAMMA Arcade Show.


Border Break Shrike Type I Figure

May 18, 2010

Border Break is one of SEGA’s biggest arcade games in Japan at the moment, bringing in a lot of money for the developer. On July 24th, SEGA plans to release a figure exclusive to the ‘Kotobukiya Shop’ online store and retail chains. The Shrike Type I Figure will cost 3,675 yen ($40 USD) and stands 15cm tall, 1/35th of the scale of the model if it were real.

[Source: Kotaku ]