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I've been thinking of getting an Oculus Rift S for my birthday and it got me wondering, if you could have any game remade or rerelesed specifically for VR what would it be?
Panzer Dragoon- The gameplay is usually a third-person camera that turns 90° with the shoulder buttons while the D-pad/analogue is used for aiming and shooting. I figured, what if there was a VR mode where the camera is locked onto the first-person view of the rider themselves and that you use head-motion to freely look around and such to shoot enemies. With the Nintendo Switch remake on the way I hope with the Labo VR kit or if Nintendo release a VR device for the Switch it would include such mode.
Rise of Nightmares- This game was made ahead of it's time. The game was made for the Kinect which is the source of the heavy criticism from this game but the developers were obviously passionate for what they pushed to do with the Kinect. I believe if the developers stalled the development to polish it and release it for VR gaming it would of been more praised. The very least it would be nice if this game had a re-release with a VR mode given most of the connect controls would port will to the VR.
Illbleed- Preferably a remake or a sequel. The game is mostly third-person perspective but the Horror Monitor usually switches to first-person view when used and the jumpscares usually lock the camera to a first-person perspective. I'd say make the game FPV and combat like Rise of Nightmares. It would be even cooler if the game comes with a HRM so that such a game could adjust the fear-factor by your heartrate.All the
All games for the Sega 3-D glasses- Never played 'em but there was around 8 of them so enough for a compilation. May wanna get Sega AGES to get on that.
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my father was looking into his old things and found a old pin set of Sonic 2 that was made in 1992
the box is not in a good condition, it has rust and the pin cushion is old and cut up, you can tell it was not the original, but the pins are in great condition.
my question is, how much will it be worth?
he was just curious and thinks it might worth a lot.
How about make new multiple stages new multiple power-up new multiple abilities all new bosses new enemies and new allies am I right guys
Ok, so Google just announced their home console called: "The Google Stadia", and what it is, is a console that lets you stream the games much like you stream a movie. That got me thinking of two things that was about SEGA in the past.
Before it was called Stadia, rumors stated that it was gonna be called the Yeti and that SEGA or Ubisoft would be helping out with them for it. This would make sense because one of the only ways that SEGA can re-enter the console market was to team up with a bigger company like Google.
The other one is about Sega Forever, which is the releases of old Sega games onto mobile platforms. SEGA mentioned that they wanted to do something like Netflix's, where they wanted it to be free. Now Netflix is known for streaming movies or shows, and if SEGA mentioned this but for games and Google's Stadia is basically that, then we could be getting some SEGA games onto the platform.
But what do you think? Will SEGA make games for the platform?
I know that there can only be like 3 characters per third party, but here's a idea. If they can ANY more SEGA related characters, who would it be?
I had a idea for a moveset for The Bonanza Bros and NiGHTS, but other characters (Like any Streets Of Rage, etc) can work too!
I want to consider adopting this wiki or discussing receiving administrator privileges, I have many ideas to improve this wiki and have knowledge in CSS code so I can even help visually improve it.
My suggested ideas:
Immediately begin to fix stubs.
Clean up redirects, delete unnecessary articles.
Finish listing all Sega game/product developments.
Clean up, reorganize and modernizes home page.
Modernize and standardize templates.
Create effective series portals.
Strive for more effective SEO optimizations.
Improve community content.
Finish creating all pre 1980 Sega articles.
If given permission to adopt or admin rights I'll get it all done.
Games included in this release:
Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
Columns III: Revenge of Columns
Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
ESWAT: City Under Siege
Galaxy Force II
Golden Axe II
Golden Axe III
Phantasy Star II
Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom
Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millenium
Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi
Shining in the Darkness
Shining Force II
Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Sonic 3D Blast
Space Harrier II
Streets of Rage
Streets of Rage 2
Streets of Rage 3
Super Thunder Blade
Sword of Vermilion
The Revenge of Shinobi
ToeJam & Earl
ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron
Virtua Fighter 2
Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair
Wonder Boy in Monster World
Sega has announced it is teaming up with popular Twitch streamers SpeedGaming to celebrate the release of Sega Genesis Classic on PS4 and Xbox One. The stream will include speedruns of many Genesis classics. The event will run from May 25 -28.
So I took a look around the Sega store and honestly somewhat underwhelmed.
I know Sega's old consoles are no longer in production but I was hoping the very least the Sega Shop had suppliers for old consoles that we can buy at reasonable prices. I'd rather buy from Sega themselves than third-party transactions.
For example, looking to buy a Master System II. Ones I find on eBay that are used but still with packaging are around 150-300 UK£ and thats just too much. In my day the retail price was around £99.
I was also hoping the very least they would have Sega Logistic Service products or official licenced adapters for Sega controllers to be played on PC. You won't believe how difficult it is to find a Sega Saturn USB controller that isn't PlaySega. (Honestly, kind of an insult Sega didn't trust their own hardware company to make their own mini-consoles than resort to AtGames which blundered the marketing and reliability of the Flashback products to rival Nintendo's mini-consoles.)
It would be nice to buy actual Sega consoles from the Sega store than having to buy them from eBay. Sega's really missing out on profit here giving eBay is selling their old tech and they're not getting a penny from it.
That and it makes me feel like a berk not to have realised the coellctors value of consoles growing up in the 90s.
So yeah, it would be nice if the Sega Store actually sold collectors consoles and controllers as well as adaptors for PC use. I can list a few website companies that SLS can collaborate with to make it possible.
Game: NiGHTS into dreams
Music: dreams dreams kid version/NiGHTS and Reala theme of a tragic revenge
Journey of dreams was made 10 years after the previous one, do you think Sega is going to make a 3rd game now that it is 10 years from the previous game
Is there any Sega SG-1000 homebrews?
I don't know why, but SG-1000 homebrewer is quite rare compared to Atari 2600, and Colecovision homebrews.
(PS: SG-1000 have similiar capabilities as Colecovision)
As the title says, what's the difference?
If you could have any Sega franchise that isn't Sonic made into an anime, what would it be?
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Board meeting in Sega HQ
The boss wants ideas for products and merchandice of existing franchise.
All eyes on you.
What ideas would you have for Sega's marketing?