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Due to the success of the first two Sonic The Hedgehog movies, another SEGA property is reportedly getting the film treatment and will find itself on the big screen.

The fate of humanity hangs in the balance in the final trailer for Sonic Hedgehog 2.

It should come as no surprise the arcade gaming industry has taken a hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the biggest names in the arcade game business, Sega, is officially taking its quarters and going home.

SEGA tried to grab a piece of that pie with the Genesis mini, which wasn't as well-received. But, reports hint at SEGA trying again, this time with a beloved console that gamers have been begging SEGA to bring back.

Ever wondered what happened when you introduced today’s generation of tech users with technology from the past? YouTube’s newest learning series, Retro Tech, answers that question.

Sonic fans were up in arms after Paramount Pictures shared the first trailer for its Sonic The Hedgehog movie. The fallout was so bad that the director of the film announced that changes will be made before the films theatrical release.

Sega announced last year back in April that it would be joining the retro console boom by launching the Mega Drive Mini (Genesis in North America). After dealing with delays due to quality issues and parting ways with AtGames, who was initially tapped to help make the console, the company announced the classic system will […]

No, it’s not the Mega Drive retro console that Sega is dropping eventually, but Analogue’s Mega Sg HD retro console might be the blast from the past fans of the iconic video game company have been waiting for.

In the age of the remake, fans have been wondering if Sega‘s favorite ‘90s side-scrolling beat-’em-up game would make a comeback or let alone get a sequel. That question has been finally answered with the announcement of  Streets of Rage 4.