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Total War: Warhammer 3 delayed – This is why

Total War: Warhammer 3 delayed – This is why

If you're a Total War fan looking forward to the next Warhammer-themed installment in the series, we unfortunately have some sour news for you. The team at Creative Assembly today announced that Total War: Warhammer 3 has been delayed from its original release window of 2021; now the game won't be launching until sometime next year.

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Sega’s answer to Fortnite is Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania

Sega’s answer to Fortnite is Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania

Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania is what Sega has to say to Epic Games and their all-encompassing media madhouse Fortnite. Fortnite has transcended the likes of a normal online multiplayer game and has become an IP magnet. Each time a brand works with Epic Games to get their character in Fortnite as a playable character, cross-branding power increases for both brands. Sega wants a piece of that action too.

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Sega’s 4X strategy game Humankind gets an Xbox Game Pass surprise

Sega’s 4X strategy game Humankind gets an Xbox Game Pass surprise

Later this month, Amplitude Studios and Sega will launch a new 4X strategy game called Humankind. Humankind will have stiff competition when it launches, as the 4X genre is filled with some very established franchises. As a result, Humankind will need every advantage it can get if Sega wants to go toe-to-toe with the more established competitors like Civilization, and today, we learned that it's getting a big one on launch day.

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Two Point Hospital gets Sonic the Hedgehog items alongside free-to-play weekend

Two Point Hospital gets Sonic the Hedgehog items alongside free-to-play weekend

Sega has revealed that two big promos are launching in Two Point Hospital today. With the first one, we'll see a variety of Sonic the Hedgehog items go live in the game in celebration of Sonic's 30th anniversary. The second is a free-to-play promo that will allow newcomers to the game to check it out without paying for the privilege first.

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Tokyo 2020 Olympics Opening Ceremony had a video game surprise

Tokyo 2020 Olympics Opening Ceremony had a video game surprise

The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics have officially kicked off, albeit a year late and without live spectators. Gamers who watched the Opening Ceremony of the event and the Parade of Nations were greeted by something they probably weren't expecting: a soundtrack filled with video game music. Many took to Twitter to call out songs they were familiar with as tracks from games like Sonic the Hedgehog and Dragon Quest played during the event.

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Persona 25th anniversary site teases 7 big reveals

Persona 25th anniversary site teases 7 big reveals

The Persona series is turning 25 years old in 2021, and it seems that Atlus has a series of big announcements lined up to celebrate. Atlus has launched the Persona 25th-anniversary website, and on it, the company is teasing seven announcements it's planning to make over the course of a year. Unfortunately, Persona fans will have to wait a bit longer for the announcements to begin.

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Sonic Colors: Ultimate trailer shows a bunch of big changes

Sonic Colors: Ultimate trailer shows a bunch of big changes

While the 3D Sonic games throughout the years have been very hit-or-miss, Sonic Colors for the Wii was one of the better-received titles in the series, making it a good candidate for a modern update. That's exactly what it's getting later this year in Sonic Colors: Ultimate, which is being released for Sonic the Hedgehog's 30th anniversary. Sega has released a new trailer for Sonic Colors: Ultimate in which the company shows us what's new in this enhanced version.

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Sonic the Hedgehog arrives in Minecraft with new DLC

Sonic the Hedgehog arrives in Minecraft with new DLC

2021 marks Sonic the Hedgehog's 30th anniversary and Sega is celebrating it in a bunch of different ways. Not only is Sega releasing Sonic Colors: Ultimate, but it's also partnered with a bunch of other companies to launch new Sonic merchandise and bring Sonic to other games. One of those games is Minecraft, which is getting new Sonic the Hedgehog-themed DLC today.

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Two Point Hospital successor Two Point Campus leaked by Microsoft

Two Point Hospital successor Two Point Campus leaked by Microsoft

If you enjoyed Two Point Hospital's silly take on building out and managing a hospital, then you'll probably be pleased to learn that a follow-up game is in the works. Earlier today, a new game called Two Point Campus was leaked by none other than the Microsoft Store, suggesting that a reveal is imminent. As the name of the game implies, this time around we'll be building a university, which isn't often the focus of simulation games.

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Retro Revisit: Sonic the Hedgehog for Sega Genesis

Retro Revisit: Sonic the Hedgehog for Sega Genesis

Sonic the Hedgehog is a game that needs little introduction. It sparked a series that is still going to this day - hit or miss though it may be - and it made Sega a competitor to the once-monolithic Nintendo. While Sonic has had his share of duds over the years, it seems that most people look back fondly on the original Sonic the Hedgehog trilogy. Today we’re taking a look at the game that started it all: Sonic the Hedgehog, which launched for the Sega Genesis in North America on June 23rd, 1991.

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Yakuza spin-off Lost Judgment for PS5, Xbox Series X and more confirmed

Yakuza spin-off Lost Judgment for PS5, Xbox Series X and more confirmed

Just yesterday, a leak revealed the Sega-produced Lost Judgment for PlayStation 5. A follow-up to 2019's Judgment for the PlayStation 4, it didn't take long for Sega to make it official, as today the company debuted the first trailer for the new game. We also got a release date for Lost Judgment too, and it'll be out this September.

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Creepy McDonald’s SEGA Genesis game Easter Egg found after 30 years

Creepy McDonald’s SEGA Genesis game Easter Egg found after 30 years

Nearly three decades ago, a game called McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure was released for the SEGA Genesis console -- and as with many video games released by fast-food franchises over the years (remember Taco Bell's Moto X game?), it was quickly forgotten by all but a small group of enthusiasts. Unlike many of those games, however, this one was teased as harboring a secret, one that has only just been discovered.

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