Tagged:  Sega

Review: Alien: Isolation

Written by on October 29, 2014 in


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There is a process I go through when I play a horror game that many gamers can relate to. In an almost ritualistic nature I turn off all the lights, play late at night and sit as close as possible to the tv with the volume almost blaring. It’s like setting myself up for the… Read More »

Review: Typing of the Dead: Overkill

Written by on November 14, 2013 in


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Typing of the Dead: Overkill is a Sharknado of a video game.

Review: Project X Zone

Written by on July 13, 2013 in


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The concept of creating a Japanese dream crossover game has been on the minds of gamers for a long time. The only examples that come to mind (that aren’t ROM hacks at least) are the Marvel Vs. Capcom series, though that only includes characters from Capcom. Now, Capcom, Sega and Namco Bandai have teamed up… Read More »


Double Fine’s The Cave Gets a Price and Release Date

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on January 15, 2013 in News

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The Cave, being brought to you by video game darling Double Fine and point and click adventure mastermind, Ron Gilbert, finally has a launch date and price. The Wii U and PlayStation Network versions will launch on Tuesday, January 22. Steam and Xbox Live Arcade versions will launch a day later on January 23. The… Read More »

Review: Anarchy Reigns

Written by on January 15, 2013 in


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The Wii exclusive Mad World, while not selling many copies, became a cult hit following its release. The brawler was one of the only “ultra-violent” games released for Nintendo’s console, featuring over the top death sequences and cheesy voice acting. Mad World was the first title from Platinum Games, a company formed after Capcom’s Clover… Read More »

Review: Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed

Written by on December 6, 2012 in


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Following the tremendous success of Mario Kart, there were a number of video game companies that were eager to try to make as quick a buck off the kart racing genre as they could. Crash Bandicoot had multiple kart racing games, Pac-Man had one and even the candy M&M’s eventually found a way to create… Read More »

Review: Jet Set Radio

Written by on October 22, 2012 in


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Reboots. Remakes. Rehashes. Nowadays, they’re not so uncommon. Jet Set Radio falls into the second category on my list: remake, of the HD variety. The funny thing about a remake is that it’s actually an old game. When we’re talking about doing a review, is it really fair to hold a game to current standards… Read More »


Jet Set Radio Hoodie Contest: Meet The Winners!

Written by (@johncatuira) on September 21, 2012 in News

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The Jet Set Radio HD remake released earlier this week and five of our readers will be styling brand spanking new Jet Set Radio hoodies. In August, we put the word out that we want to see our readers make a Married Gamers logo with a graffiti vibe. The grand prize winner is immediately below…. Read More »


Win A Jet Set Radio Hoodie!

Written by (@johncatuira) on August 20, 2012 in Features, News

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Jet Set Radio is set to come out September 19.  The Married Gamers is on the hunt for a new logo. Seems to me that the stars have aligned to provide you, our valued readers, a chance to take part in our latest swag contest. We at The Married Gamers are hitting the airwaves to give… Read More »


Jet Set Radio Gets A Release Date!

Written by (@johncatuira) on August 13, 2012 in News

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Since Sega first announced the Jet Set Radio HD remake, we’ve been teased by a release time frame of Summer 2012.  But as August rolled around, I’m sure I’m not the only fan to wonder exactly when we’d be able to actually play this classic. Wonder no more. Sega has just announced a release date… Read More »