When most people think of game releases, they tend to think of Japan, Europe, and North America. For Sega, however, one of the most important regions was South America, most notably Brazil. Tectoy was Sega’s partner in the country, and it saw major success there. We recently chatted with its president, Stefano Arnhold, about Tectoy and its efforts.
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SegaSonic The Hedgehog was one of the few games in the franchise to not see a home release, due to its trackball control scheme. Thankfully, it can still be played via emulation in MAME. It may be short, but it’s a fun three-player romp that was great to play with friends. Staff writer Doug Jackson spent some time with it, so read on for his impressions!
If you’ve read our preview of Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, then you’re undoubtedly awaiting its release. We’ve spoken to the game’s producer, Thomas Kern, for more information, and he was kind enough to shed some light on this highly anticipated title!
Close the door, grab a seat, and keep that candy for yourself! Let the little moochers of the neighborhood knock on someone else’s door; there are games to play! October is a great month to go back and play some of the spookier games on the Genesis, Game Gear, and Master System. There are also lots of other titles worth revisiting. Read on and see what our staff and readers have been playing this month!