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While we here at The Gaming Herald visualize the carcass of a thoroughly flogged horse whenever someone says ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ within earshot, property owner SEGA clearly thinks involuntary post-mortem muscle twitches are actually a sign of life. More pointedly, the Japanese videogame publisher has this week announced that 2012 will indeed play host to [...]
Having long-since carved its own gaming niche via a mixture of convoluted narrative and hard-hitting action amid the crime-riddled streets of Japan, SEGA’s Yakuza series is about to head off on a somewhat rancid tangent. Specifically, Yakuza: Dead Souls sees the usual array of unsavory crime lords and violent mobsters joined by merciless hordes of [...]
After skulking in the development shadows for more than five years, it would appear Aliens: Colonial Marines is finally about to blast its way to the frontlines of acid-soaked horror gaming. More pointedly, with Gearbox Software able to re-focus now that Duke Nukem is done and dusted (and best forgotten), anticipation for the long-awaited xenomorph [...]
Trigger-happy fans of lightgun-based decapitation will soon be getting a fix of bloody zombie action after SEGA this week announced it’s bringing The House of the Dead 3 and The House of the Dead 4 to PlayStation Network (PSN). In terms of gameplay features 2002’s The House of the Dead 3 includes “rescue events”, a [...]
Gamers with quick feet and a penchant for shiny gold rings will be thrilled to learn that SEGA has let slip a few more details regarding the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II. Thankfully devoid of any connection with George Lucas, this particular Episode II offers up more 2D side-scrolling action as players forge [...]