SAN FRANCISCO – April 6, 2017 – SEGA™ announced today a partnership with global entertainment company WWE to publish a new free-to-play idle mobile game called WWE Tap Mania. The game is being developed by The Tap Lab, based in Cambridge, MA, and is projected for launch later this year. This partnership unites two celebrated global brands, adding an exciting new element to SEGA’s diverse catalog of mobile games.
SEGA Networks Company and gumi Inc expand its top line defense role-playing game in bold new ways with its “Version 2” expansion
San Francisco, USA & Tokyo, JAPAN – October 5, 2015 – SEGA Networks co., Ltd. and gumi Inc.‘s hit line defense mobile role-playing game Chain Chronicle has set sail with a huge expansion called Version 2, and is available right now for iOS and Android devices.
Los Angeles, CA, June 26, 2015 – The 24th Annual Anime Expo (AX), presented by The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA), will play host to over 100,000 lovers of Japanese animation and pop culture, as well as to many of the world’s leading videogame companies and creators. The event takes place this year from July 2-5, 2015, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. See: http://www.anime-expo.org/ AND… To Purchase Badges: http://www.anime-expo.org/registration/
Before Afghanistan, Iraq, Vietnam, and Korea, there was a slightly bigger war affectionately referred to as the second world war. You may remember this from your history courses – it was the one after the war to end all wars, WWI. In an alternate world, the continent of Europa is in the middle of its own World War, but unlike our world, where splitting the atom made the biggest boom, the superweapons of choice were the Valkyria, heroic maidens with incredible destructive powers who vanished at the end of the last war – unfortunately for Gallia, war didn't vanish with them. Join me for a little cross-dimensional visit to the world of Valkyria Chronicles to see if we can't find a few maidens that measure up to the impressive proportions of such well endowed heroines.
And yeah folks… I'm still alive. Barely. Keep an eye here for more updates soon, I've got a lot of catching up to do.
And despite the long delay, folks, I'm not dead, just dead tired from moving, heh. This week, after a month's absence, I've added a retro review - the original Lunar: Silver Star, from the SegaCD era. Look for a review of the original Eternal Blue in the next couple weeks too!