Older consoles are a memorable part of a lot of childhoods and, in many cases, you can play the classics again on Android with these emulators!
Fans of the Sonic Jump series will be happy to know that a formal sequel to the 2012 reboot has now arrived!
Today Sega announced a free-to-play sequel of Crazy Taxi is on its way, dubbed Crazy Taxi: City Rush. Meanwhile, the original is free for a limited time.
Sega has released Sonic the Hedgehog for Android devices, and includes new playable characters Tails and Knuckles and remastered graphics and audio.
SEGA has announced at the 2013 Game Developers Conference that it will be releasing the original Sonic the Hedgehog game for Android. The game isn’t just a simple port but a complete re-work of the 90’s classic including Time Attack modes and a remastered soundtrack.
Sonic the Hedgehog was Sega’s answer to Super Mario. The instantly recognizable blue protagonist from Sega has made his way to Android with a new game from Sega called Sonic Jump.
We’ve seen plenty of holiday special discounts on Android smartphones lately, but with just five days to go until Christmas app deals are a bit on the light side.
As a hardcore fan of PC football management simulation games ever since Football Manager was known as Championship Manager, I never thought this genre could work on mobile devices. Still, Sega tackled this very difficult task for the first time last year, when it launched FM Handheld 2012.
Sega has released a new game for us that should be received with open arms. For some, this will be all about the nostalgia. For others, a brand new experience filled with cell shaded graphics, police dodging, and tagging anything in sight with just enough spray paint. Welcome, to Jet Set Radio!
While we have yet to see a specific release date or any pricing, Sega has released a teaser game play video of Crazy Taxi along with the mention that the game will soon be available for Android.