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  1. Sega has asked around 300 member of both the US and Japanese development staff to accept a voluntary retirement package. The goal of these layoffs is to restructure the company around mobile and online PC gaming. Eurogamer caught wind of Sega's reorganization today through a note sent out today. Sega of America's office will be moved out of San Francisco to lower costs as nearly 120 employees will be let go between now and summer. These changes will not affect any of Sega's announced release dates or the Sonic Boom television series, though it remains to be seen how developers who work with Sega as their publisher, like Creative Assembly or Relic Entertainment, will be affected. This is certainly an unfortunate turn of events for the once monolithic rival to Nintendo. Despite numerous attempts to reboot Sonic the Hedgehog and make a competitive run at console game development, Sega hasn't had a hugely successful console hit in years. Still, it feels something like the end of an era. We wish only the best to those affected and their families.
  2. Sega has asked around 300 member of both the US and Japanese development staff to accept a voluntary retirement package. The goal of these layoffs is to restructure the company around mobile and online PC gaming. Eurogamer caught wind of Sega's reorganization today through a note sent out today. Sega of America's office will be moved out of San Francisco to lower costs as nearly 120 employees will be let go between now and summer. These changes will not affect any of Sega's announced release dates or the Sonic Boom television series, though it remains to be seen how developers who work with Sega as their publisher, like Creative Assembly or Relic Entertainment, will be affected. This is certainly an unfortunate turn of events for the once monolithic rival to Nintendo. Despite numerous attempts to reboot Sonic the Hedgehog and make a competitive run at console game development, Sega hasn't had a hugely successful console hit in years. Still, it feels something like the end of an era. We wish only the best to those affected and their families. View full article
  3. This week's Humble Bundle is one of the best deals on video games that you will ever see. There are very few things in life that are better than being able to pay what you want for four games. One of those things is paying what you want for four games and knowing that some of that money is going to a good cause. The Humble Bundle from Sega is made up of Alpha Protocol, Company of Heroes, Rome: Total War, and Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit. "But wait," you say, "this article claimed the bundle was massive. That's only four games!" Ho ho, so the article did, discerning reader! If you pay more than $5.99 you also receive Typing of the Dead: Overkill, Binary Domain, Renegade Ops, Sega Genesis Classics, and Medieval II: Total War and if you pay over $14.99 you'll also get Total War: Shogun II. That's ten games (most of them critically well-received) for a mere $15. Of course, people can always pay more than that, but this is cause for the frugal of the video game world to rejoice. If any of these games seem appealing, head over to Humble Bundle and pay what you'd like! View full article
  4. This week's Humble Bundle is one of the best deals on video games that you will ever see. There are very few things in life that are better than being able to pay what you want for four games. One of those things is paying what you want for four games and knowing that some of that money is going to a good cause. The Humble Bundle from Sega is made up of Alpha Protocol, Company of Heroes, Rome: Total War, and Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit. "But wait," you say, "this article claimed the bundle was massive. That's only four games!" Ho ho, so the article did, discerning reader! If you pay more than $5.99 you also receive Typing of the Dead: Overkill, Binary Domain, Renegade Ops, Sega Genesis Classics, and Medieval II: Total War and if you pay over $14.99 you'll also get Total War: Shogun II. That's ten games (most of them critically well-received) for a mere $15. Of course, people can always pay more than that, but this is cause for the frugal of the video game world to rejoice. If any of these games seem appealing, head over to Humble Bundle and pay what you'd like!
  5. Today in a streamed Nintendo Direct, Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata was pleased to unveil a business partnership with former rival Sega. Cementing this new connection was the revelation of a new Sonic title called Sonic Lost World for WiiU and 3DS, a new WiiU Mario & Sonic at the Olympics title for this year’s Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, and the announcement that the Nintendo E-Shop would soon be selling Sega GameGear titles. From that starting point, the Direct broadcast went on to divulge more information on various upcoming titles. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages will be sold via the E-Shop beginning May 30 for $5.99 each, but will be on sale for first month for 4.99 apiece. A couple minutes were devoted to discussing Mario and Donkey Kong Minis on the Move’s level creator and level sharing systems. Nintendo also announced a video series on Animal Crossing: New Leaf. The new Animal Crossing releases on June 9. More info was shared on Game and Wario (something involving creatures called… Fronks). The latest WiiU Wario title will retail at a $39.99 price point on June 23. In a surprise move, Nintendo also announced that New Super Luigi U, previously DLC only for New Super Mario Bros. U, would also be receiving a standalone retail version. The DLC content will be priced at $19.99, while the version available in stores will be $29.99. Also showcased was the addition of a new character called Nabbit, who will help ease the difficulty of the title for less experienced players. Iwata also hinted at upcoming info for the mysterious Platinum Games title The Wonderful 101, which will be released September 15. Reggie Fils-Aime, president and COO of Nintendo of America, concluded the Nintendo Direct by revealing that during the week of E3, people will be able to play select unreleased WiiU titles at Best Buy stores. You can view the full Nintendo Direct broadcast below.
  6. Today in a streamed Nintendo Direct, Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata was pleased to unveil a business partnership with former rival Sega. Cementing this new connection was the revelation of a new Sonic title called Sonic Lost World for WiiU and 3DS, a new WiiU Mario & Sonic at the Olympics title for this year’s Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, and the announcement that the Nintendo E-Shop would soon be selling Sega GameGear titles. From that starting point, the Direct broadcast went on to divulge more information on various upcoming titles. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages will be sold via the E-Shop beginning May 30 for $5.99 each, but will be on sale for first month for 4.99 apiece. A couple minutes were devoted to discussing Mario and Donkey Kong Minis on the Move’s level creator and level sharing systems. Nintendo also announced a video series on Animal Crossing: New Leaf. The new Animal Crossing releases on June 9. More info was shared on Game and Wario (something involving creatures called… Fronks). The latest WiiU Wario title will retail at a $39.99 price point on June 23. In a surprise move, Nintendo also announced that New Super Luigi U, previously DLC only for New Super Mario Bros. U, would also be receiving a standalone retail version. The DLC content will be priced at $19.99, while the version available in stores will be $29.99. Also showcased was the addition of a new character called Nabbit, who will help ease the difficulty of the title for less experienced players. Iwata also hinted at upcoming info for the mysterious Platinum Games title The Wonderful 101, which will be released September 15. Reggie Fils-Aime, president and COO of Nintendo of America, concluded the Nintendo Direct by revealing that during the week of E3, people will be able to play select unreleased WiiU titles at Best Buy stores. You can view the full Nintendo Direct broadcast below. View full article
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