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Vargheists and Terrorgheists emerge from the darkness for the Vampire Counts army in Total War: Warhammer
As the release of Total War: Warhammer -- developed by the epic Creative Assembly -- draws closer, more information about the armies and gameplay are being released.Recently, some trailers for some of the horrors in the Vampire Counts army have been released, and we're pretty terrified!
The event, which is being held in San Diego on July 22, will also feature live performances from Sonic music creators Crush 40 and be host to some "very special announcements".But while SEGA has yet to confirm plans to reveal a new game at the event, PR & Social Media Manager Aaron Webber strongly hinted at a new game announcement during an SXSW panel hosted on Saturday.
SEGA and Humble Bundle have joined forces to create the Humble SEGA Strategy Bundle, which is offering $379 of game content for as little as $12.Alternatively, pay more than the average price (currently $6.
Creative Assembly released its newest trailer for Total War: Warhammer today.The video features a tour of the many different regions of the Old World, where the game is set.
Today SEGA has announced they are bringing their titles to the service.The service already includes titles such as Darksiders, Overlord, Titan Quest, The Raven, Evoland II and this latest deal will be a boost their catalogue.
The Sega Saturn doesn’t get enough love.Peruse the list below, and go ahead and start feeling guilty for having forsaken the Saturn in favor of your fancy pants PlayStation.
Yesterday, Sega made a move that its mascot Sonic the Hedgehog is sure to approve of -- entering into a partnership agreement with Utomik.This benefits Utomik, due to yet another game publisher joining its rapidly growing library of games; and it benefits Sega because a new distribution channel for its PC games has just opened up.
console market as a first-party publisher with the Master System.On a related note, it's been nine years since the Retronauts podcast put together its original SEGA Master System retrospective (back in the 1UP.
A new way to enjoy SEGA Mega Drive classics is coming to Steam on April 28, transporting players back to a bedroom of the early nineties.The SEGA Mega Drive Classics Hub – available to anyone who purchases of owns at lease one SEGA Mega Drive title on Steam – has been developed by d3t and features a shelf full of classic Mega Drive games and the all-important CRT.
Now, it seems Sega is opening up some of its older titles to official mod support, at least on Steam.Today, Sega Europe announced the Sega Mega Drive Classics Hub, releasing as a free update for the current Sega Genesis Classics Collection on April 28.