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Articles written by: Ken Horowitz

Sega Stars: Joe Miller

Sega Stars: Joe Miller

In July of 2014, the SEGA community and video games in general lost one of their most innovative minds. Joe Miller’s passing marks the end of a brilliant career, but it also presents an opportunity to explore the rich legacy he leaves behind. His work at companies like Epyx, Atari, and SEGA altered gaming in many ways we still see and experience today.

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Sega-16 Expands Coverage to 8-bit Machines!

Sega-16 Expands Coverage to 8-bit Machines!

Beginning in January, Sega-16 begins coverage of SG-1000, Master System, and Game Gear titles! We’ve covered much of the vast Genesis library, and we’re eager to begin exploring other parts of Sega’s history. Got a Power Base Converter? Thought Game Gear was as good as Game Boy? Then come along for the ride!

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16-Bit Books: Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works

16-Bit Books: Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works

Genesis owners finally have the book they’ve been waiting for. With tons of art and interviews, the Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works is a feast for the eyes and a tome of wonder for fans of Sega’s most successful console.

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Teasers: Watermelon’s Project Y

Teasers: Watermelon’s Project Y

Four long years after the incredible Pier Solar, Watermelon Games has returned with a new Genesis game! Code-named Project Y, this beat-‘em-up looks to offer awesome visuals, lots of characters, and some deep gameplay. Details are sparse, but there’s more than enough to whet your appetite!

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Liberty or Death

Liberty or Death

Koei was the master of the console strategy sim, and there’s one game in its catalog that actually lets players relive the American Revolution. Deep and engaging, the game also requires almost as much time as the war itself did, so those easily intimidated by tons of variables and long, drawn-out conflicts should perhaps just declare themselves conscientious objectors instead.

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