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SEGA Gives Away Jet Set Radio HD and More on Steam

Besides putting much of its catalog on sale SEGA is giving games away completely free on Steam.

The first “Make War Not Love 3” prize bundle includes the HD remake of its still gorgeous Jet Set Radio. In addition installing the pack will gift you with Golden Axe, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit and its assorted add-ons, as well as a collection of Genesis games.

To unlock the games all you need to do is head to the event’s Steam page and click “Install Game.” It’s worth noting that this seems to be different from the storefront’s free weekends, during which specific games can only be played for a limited time.

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Check out an unofficial client which lets your Apple TV stream Steam games from a PC

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Kevin Smith, the developer behind the MAME emulator that allows you to run classic Nintendo and Sega games, as well as play arcade games on your fourth-generation Apple TV, is back with another cool software: an unofficial client that can stream Steam games from a Windows PC to Apple’s new box.

The solution takes advantage of an iOS edition of Moonlight, an open source implementation of Nvidia’s GameStream technology used by its Shield console.

Moonlight technology makes it possible to stream the full collection of Steam games from a PC to the new Apple TV without needing to run on the Apple TV hardware…. Read the rest of this post here


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How to play MAME arcade games on Apple TV

MAME Apple TV

Along with being able to play classic Nintendo and Sega games on your Apple TV, you can also play classic arcade titles. Doing so is made possible by a port of MAME, which stands for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. Unfortunately there isn’t yet a GitHub page setup for the MAME tvOS port, but the same developer that created the MAME emulator that we showed you a while back has made the full Xcode project available for download…. Read the rest of this post here


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How to play classic Nintendo and Sega games on Apple TV

Provenance Apple TV

I’ve been playing Super Mario World on my Apple TV, and I absolutely love it. I’m able to do this by loading an emulator called Provenance on my Apple TV. You won’t find Provenance in the App Store, but Apple has given us the ability to sideload apps ourselves, and Provenance is one such app that can be sideloaded.

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to sideload Provenance, and how to start playing old Nintendo and Sega Classics on your Apple TV, including the NES, SNES, GBA, Genesis, Game Gear, and more. If you like classic games, then you simply don’t want to miss this…. Read the rest of this post here


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SEGA Will Not Have a Booth at E3

SEGA has announced they will not have their own designated spot on the E3 2015 show floor.

They confirmed this with GameInformer, explaining they “will be focusing on the restructure and relocation to Southern California,” and thus will “not attend E3 with

own booth this year.”

“With the majority of our bigger titles launching later in 2015/2016, particularly those from our AAA studios Relic Entertainment, Sports Interactive and Creative Assembly, we are concentrating our efforts for some of these major announcements after our relocation,” a representative said.

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This Week in the Nintendo eShop

It’s a weird week when the marquee title is a little appreciated Nintendo 64 game from 1999. That’s right, you can now play Donkey Kong 64 on your Wii U, if you’re so inclined. You can also download the pair of new StreetPass games on 3DS. If you want something a little more original, the 3DS puzzle game Dooors seems intriguing. Of course, you can’t go wrong with the latest Sega 3D classic, which is a juiced-up version of Fantasy Zone II.

Donkey Kong 64 ($9.99)

So Donkey Kong 64 is finally here, performing for you. If you know the words, you can join in, too. Put your hands together (if you want to clap) as we take you through this 1999 Rare-developed adventure. D.K. Donkey Kong. He’s the leader of the bunch, you know him well. He’s finally back on the Virtual Console to kick some tail. His coconut gun can fire in spurts; if he shoots ya, it’s gonna hurt. He’s bigger, faster, and stronger, too. He’s the first member of the DK Crew.

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Capcom and Sega Join Forces for Worlds Unite Comic

Update: We’ve added the third teaser image that reveals four more characters joining this epic Sega/Capcom crossover.

Last year, Archie Comics announced that they were planning another crossover between their Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog comics in 2015. The big twist with Worlds Unite is that the traditional Mega Man and Sonic casts will be joined by characters from the Mega Man X and Sonic Boom games. But as it turns out, even that just scratches the surface of this epic crossover. World Unite will bring together a number of popular franchises from both Sega and Capcom.

Sonic Boom and Mega Man X Unite in Comic Book Crossover

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Fans Launch Campaign for Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Remastered

A large number of fans have launched a campaign to express the existing demand for a remastered version of Sonic the Hedgehog 3.

Spearheaded by developers Christian Whitehead and Simon Thomley, the campaign is collecting signatures and sending letters to SEGA, encouraging the publisher to green light the remastered version. Currently, the campaign has amassed a total of 2,500 signatures.

Whitehead and Thomley both had a hand in the production of the remastered versions of Sonic CD, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Sonic the Hedgehog 2. They’e developed a prototype remastered version of Sonic the Hedgehog 3, adding in new features including additional bonus modes, wide screen display, and new visuals for iOS and Android. With the prototype, they hope to give SEGA a template upon which the rest of the remastered version can be built.

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