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SEGA Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5 Part 2 available on PSN, XBLA this week

October 3, 2011

Initially announced over a year ago, tomorrow (October 4th) will see the release of the long delayed downloadable release of SEGA Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5 Part 2, on the PlayStation Network. The day after, these titles will be purchasable on the Xbox Live Arcade.

Both will retail for what translates to 10 USD, but the PlayStation Network version of SEGA Bass Fishing on PlayStation 3 will be unique in that it supports the PlayStation Move motion controller.

It should be noted that these games have been available on the Xbox 360 and PC since February as part of the Dreamcast Collection. The cause of the delay is unknown.

SEGA Tribute – Don’t Stop Me Now

March 5, 2011


I made this video back in 2007 or so, when I was first learning how to use video editing tools, and that is a little more than obvious. However, I feel my passion for the company and their games is very apparent and overrides most major complaints I have with it. I put a lot of love into this for no real reason other than a thank you to the thousands – Perhaps millions of great games SEGA has made that so much of us all over the world have loved through the years.

The song is “Don’t Stop Me Now” by the band Queen. After the jump is the list of games included in the video, along with the format they were recorded on in their correct order.


Featured Video: Rez Live Performance

February 3, 2011


Sonic Free Riders Out Now

November 5, 2010

Sonic Free Riders, the latest release in the Sonic Riders spinoff series is out now for Xbox 360’s Kinect peripheral in North America and will be released next week in other territories. The launch trailer is posted above, it is likely that it is also the introductory cinematic.

Space Channel 5 Part 2 and SEGA Bass Fishing are next in line

October 20, 2010

Space Channel 5 Part 2 and SEGA Bass Fishing are coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network in early 2011, French website Jeux Vidèo reports. Both titles will feature wide screen aspect ratio and 720p graphics. The announcement of Space Channel 5 Part 2 comes as a (pleasant) surprise, since the Dreamcast version was never released in the West. It is yet to be revealed if SEGA Bass Fishing will support the Move motion controller. Pricing details were not reported, but it is extremely likely it will be in line with past releases (800 Microsoft Points or $9.99).

Source: Jeux Vidéo via The Dreamcast Junkyard

Featured Video: Rez Trance Vibrator

September 24, 2010


Rez Review

September 3, 2010

Date Released: 22 November, 2001
Date Reviewed: 3 September, 2010
Players: 1 Player Only
Length: 1-2 Hours
Replayability: Moderate



Rez is a third person rail shooter, in the vein of titles like Panzer Dragoon, which fuses the shooter element with electronic music and abstract visuals. It follows the concept of synesthesia, in particular the vision of Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky. Rez is the brainchild of Tetsuya Mizuguchi, a former designer at Sega and arguably one of the most talented that has ever worked for the company.