For those who didn’t gat a DC on 9.9.99, this story from Sega X is a prime reason to get yours now: As God makes little green apples, so do hardware manufacturers warn of “shortages” when their consoles are birthed.
It’s coming very soon. It’s SonicNEXT; the new Sonic site from Zifei Wu, the creator of Sonic HQ; various HQ staff members, Tristan, the webmaster of TSSZ, Green Gibbon!, the creator of the Neo Green Hill Zone, and many, many
I take back what I said yesterday in the News Shorts, even though I was a little weary of that statement too. Here’s the real lowdown from IGN Dreamcast: Recently, trade publication GameWEEK’s Online counterpart, GameDAILY indicated that Sega Director
Call your mother. Gather up your friends. This is a once-in-a-blue-moon event. I’m speechless (and if you read my review on the ANIME, you’ll know why). The Sonic ANIME has made #10 in sales according to the October 9th issue
It appears that the SA sequel and the spin off game featuring an SA character can be confirmed true, as no one so far has denied such a statement. However, it puzzles me why this was not announced by the
Some good news in the UK; here’s the info: Sega Europe have announced that 40,000 Dreamcast pre-orders have been placed in the UK alone. Considering that it’s a fraction of the European market, it looks as though DC is set
First off, Charles Bellfield of SOA has confirmed that two new Sonic titles are already in development. One is a sequel to Sonic Adventure, and the other is a spin-off game starring an SA character. AND, if that doesn’t wet
After seeing that over half a million consoles were sold over two weeks, Sega has re-evaluated their estimates, and now, they are expecting nearly two million DCs sold by December 1999, something that was expected after March 2000. Stay tuned