Every year, Europe’s best Sega gamers gather to fight it out for bragging rights. 2010 was no different, and teams from several countries brought their “A” game to this year’s competition. Our resident tournament gamer Sebastian Sponsel was there, and he brings us the scoop! Read the full article to see who took the trophy this time around.
Tag: European Mega Drive Championship
Last year, staff writer Sebastian Sponsel covered the 2008 European Mega Drive Championship, in which several countries duked it out for 16-bit supremecy. This year’s competition was just as hard fought, and though the battle was great, there could be only one victor. Read Sebastian’s full report and see who came out on top!
It’s been exactly twenty years since the Genesis was officially discontinued, but its rabid fanbase refuses to give up the ghost! In addition to games still being released, fans in Europe have organized a yearly tournament that now includes almost two dozen titles. The Mega Drive Championships are where gamers play for keeps, and this year’s European tournament featured competitors from three different countries. Sega-16 contributor Sebastian Sponsel was there, and he’s shared his experiences with us in great detail. It looks like a good time was had by all, so be sure to read the full article and enjoy your turkey!