Western arcades are full of all types of games, but one type has managed to last longer than all others. The crane game has endured for almost a century, and Sega’s UFO Catcher series has been a solid part of the publisher’s business for more than three decades. Read on to learn all about the history of this arcade mainstay!
For more than a decade, Sega went toe-to-toe with the biggest sports publisher of all time. Such success wasn’t instant but the culmination of years of refinement and planning. We’ve spoken to more than a dozen former Sega Sports alumni to get the full story, so join us as we take a look at the Sega Sports brand, which boosted the Genesis and took on the mighty EA.
Sega changed the fighting game landscape forever with the release of Virtua Fighter, the game many people consider to be crucial to ushering in the 32-bit generation. Sega’s 3D blockbuster also received a very good 32X port, and its sequel was even brought to the Genesis! Yes, this franchise has a long and storied history, and we take a detailed look at it in our complete retrospective.
From the original game to The Lost World, the penultimate release for the console, the four titles Sega gave us have sparked discussion and controversy around the Internet for years. Sega-16 takes a look at the games in the latest installment of our comprehensive History of… series. Have a read and watch out for the raptors!
What a way to finish off the week! You’ve read the reviews for all three games, now why not see how they were made? With insight from creater Mike Posehn, our complete retrospective take a look at the entire franchise, which culminated with Nuclear Strike on the Playstation.