Friday, January 14, 2011

OUTRUN ONLINE ARCADE DISCOUNT, Sega Dreamcast Collection Is Disappointing, & Nagoshi Is At It Again, Going For The Longest Title Ever This Includes Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing

Guys, if you don't own the game already, just buy it from Xbox Live Marketplace before it's gone forever.  It's only FIVE DOLLARS.  Do Sega justice.  Check it out on the official XBL site.


Word was leaked about a month ago that there would be a Sega Dreamcast compilation for next-gen consoles.

Well, guess what.  The compilation will have just those four games we already own--Sonic Adventure, Crazy Taxi, Space Channel 5, & Bass Fishing.  Nothing new, nothing truly surprising.

Now in a way, this is good news because with the marketplace servers constantly dropping games for good (see OutRun: OOA) so at least you can still play these four games "forever."  I still don't know why everyone's so surprised and disappointed by this.  I didn't even expect Sega to add more than four games within this time frame.  They haven't even released SC5 and BF yet and you expect them to come out with a lot more games too like Sonic Adventure 2, Power Stone, etc.?

Too bad they couldn't throw Soul Calibur on that disc too and make it five games instead of four, but that's Namco fault.  Namco sucks, we all know that.


Nagoshi is recruiting more people to be in his next zombie Yakuza game.  This time it's not just the usual fashion model; this is some Japanese comedian dude named Esper Ito.

I always come on here and am like, "Nagoshi, you idiot, what are you doing," but maybe I'm just being selfish...maybe people in Japan want zombie games with fashion models and comedians in them as opposed to solid racing games...who am I kidding...

At least at the end of the day, Sega has something to hang their hat on in Yakuza.  I guess...

You can spend your life making good Daytona games or breaking pencils, take your pick.


And Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing is rumored to be released as an arcade game.  I don't believe it but I'm just saying...

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