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Preview: The Sega Arcade Revolution: A History in 62 Games

Preview: The Sega Arcade Revolution: A History in 62 Games

Ken Horowitz returns with his second Sega book! This new work chronicles the company’s arcade history from the early ’60s to the merger with Sammy Corp. 62 arcade classics are discussed in detail, along with multiple landmark events in Sega’s history! This is a must-read for Sega and arcade fans!

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16-Bit Books: Mega Drive/Genesis Collected Works to Be Reprinted!

16-Bit Books: Mega Drive/Genesis Collected Works to Be Reprinted!

Those who missed out on the initial run of the incredible Mega Drive/Genesis Collected Works book will definitely want to get in on the campaign to fund a second printing. Check out the article for more details and then head over to the official Kickstarter page and get your copy!

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Preview: Playing at the Next Level: A History of American Sega Games

Preview: Playing at the Next Level: A History of American Sega Games

Ken Horowitz will soon release a comprehensive history of Sega of America’s game development history. Compiled from interviews with almost 100 developers and Sega alumni, it has detailed information on every one of SOA’s internal studios and almost 40 games. This is a must-have for Sega fans everywhere!

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16-Bit Books: Classic Home Video Games 1989-1990

16-Bit Books: Classic Home Video Games 1989-1990

Brett Weiss’s Classic Home Video Games book series offers short and sweet entries on the complete libraries of some of gaming’s most famous consoles. The third volume in the series covers the Genesis, TurboGrafx-16, and Neo Geo; and it serves as an excellent reference for game historians and newcomers to gaming alike.

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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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