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I can't be the only one? Maybe XXain is another that doesn't care about Microsoft/Sony/Nintendo and like me. I also hate Dreamcast guy so much that guy barely talks Sega he's a masked Pseudo Sega fan who rides Sony more than Sega. yeah.

Dreamcast guy preference hobby is Sony > Sega 

My preference hobby is Sega > Microsoft can check my few locked threads slamming Microsoft even though I prefer Microsoft over other 2 correlates to SEGAGA victim of console war.

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Cute and honest Sega Saturn fan, also noone should buy Sega grrrr, Sega for life. The reason I'm chaotic to few 3rd party developers is because I'm protecting Sega and also I lack skill to get really hot girl I really want. also few devs deserve it for making bad game's personal experiences, looking at Ghost Blade HD the shmup or Fighting EX Layer. My standards are too high for genres I play. KOF 13 > Fighting EX layer gameplay.

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I mean, since Sega abandoned the console wars, its software output has dried up immensly, even with them expanding their teams and making new IPs for PCs and such. It's not that they make bad games, it's that the amount of relevant software is simply not enough to get as much traction as the big platform holders. I see more discussion about Creative Assembly and Atlus than about Sega proper, and with good reason.



You know it deserves the GOTY.

Come join The 2018 Obscure Game Monthly Review Thread.

No. I just talk about SEGA console era in depth elsewhere.

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Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

Darwinianevolution said:

I mean, since Sega abandoned the console wars, its software output has dried up immensly, even with them expanding their teams and making new IPs for PCs and such. It's not that they make bad games, it's that the amount of relevant software is simply not enough to get as much traction as the big platform holders. I see more discussion about Creative Assembly and Atlus than about Sega proper, and with good reason.

I feel the hurt that it feels like Atlus is the golden Goose while Sega is just there, Wish Sega IP's came back stronger hopefully the Jet Set Radio reboot and Crazy Taxi reboot does great and I'll keep myself in check for Sonic Frontiers.



Cute and honest Sega Saturn fan, also noone should buy Sega grrrr, Sega for life. The reason I'm chaotic to few 3rd party developers is because I'm protecting Sega and also I lack skill to get really hot girl I really want. also few devs deserve it for making bad game's personal experiences, looking at Ghost Blade HD the shmup or Fighting EX Layer. My standards are too high for genres I play. KOF 13 > Fighting EX layer gameplay.

Darwinianevolution said:

I mean, since Sega abandoned the console wars, its software output has dried up immensly, even with them expanding their teams and making new IPs for PCs and such. It's not that they make bad games, it's that the amount of relevant software is simply not enough to get as much traction as the big platform holders. I see more discussion about Creative Assembly and Atlus than about Sega proper, and with good reason.

That's exactly what I was thinking. You can add Sega leaving the arcade business, which even then, that doesn't hold much weight anymore anyway.

Relic Entertainment is another major developer under Sega that gets a lot of attention. I certainly do enjoy a lot of Sega's franchises. Jet Set Radio being my obvious favorite (see profile picture) which I am anxiously waiting to see what that revival Sega is currently working on will be like.

Sega does still make good games. Yakuza Like A Dragon was phenomenal, but nothing that really takes the gaming world by storm. At least not from what I see. Sonic is so hit and miss that I barely pay any attention to new releases lol. 

Sega during their console time was putting out absolute bangers! Especially their arcade games! 



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Leynos said:

No. I just talk about SEGA console era in depth elsewhere.

We still have modern Sega games like Degenki Bunko fighting Climax, Hyena's, Two Point Campus etc.



Cute and honest Sega Saturn fan, also noone should buy Sega grrrr, Sega for life. The reason I'm chaotic to few 3rd party developers is because I'm protecting Sega and also I lack skill to get really hot girl I really want. also few devs deserve it for making bad game's personal experiences, looking at Ghost Blade HD the shmup or Fighting EX Layer. My standards are too high for genres I play. KOF 13 > Fighting EX layer gameplay.

gtotheunit91 said:
Darwinianevolution said:

I mean, since Sega abandoned the console wars, its software output has dried up immensly, even with them expanding their teams and making new IPs for PCs and such. It's not that they make bad games, it's that the amount of relevant software is simply not enough to get as much traction as the big platform holders. I see more discussion about Creative Assembly and Atlus than about Sega proper, and with good reason.

That's exactly what I was thinking. You can add Sega leaving the arcade business, which even then, that doesn't hold much weight anymore anyway.

Relic Entertainment is another major developer under Sega that gets a lot of attention. I certainly do enjoy a lot of Sega's franchises. Jet Set Radio being my obvious favorite (see profile picture) which I am anxiously waiting to see what that revival Sega is currently working on will be like.

Sega does still make good games. Yakuza Like A Dragon was phenomenal, but nothing that really takes the gaming world by storm. At least not from what I see. Sonic is so hit and miss that I barely attention to new releases lol. 

Sega during their console time was putting out absolute bangers! 

Oh yeah, Relic is owned by Sega nowadays. They've done so little since 2012 I forgot about the sale. I miss their RTS...



You know it deserves the GOTY.

Come join The 2018 Obscure Game Monthly Review Thread.

None of that interests me. Only modern SEGA stuff I like is Yakuza and Atlus RPGs



Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

Darwinianevolution said:
gtotheunit91 said:

That's exactly what I was thinking. You can add Sega leaving the arcade business, which even then, that doesn't hold much weight anymore anyway.

Relic Entertainment is another major developer under Sega that gets a lot of attention. I certainly do enjoy a lot of Sega's franchises. Jet Set Radio being my obvious favorite (see profile picture) which I am anxiously waiting to see what that revival Sega is currently working on will be like.

Sega does still make good games. Yakuza Like A Dragon was phenomenal, but nothing that really takes the gaming world by storm. At least not from what I see. Sonic is so hit and miss that I barely attention to new releases lol. 

Sega during their console time was putting out absolute bangers! 

Oh yeah, Relic is owned by Sega nowadays. They've done so little since 2012 I forgot about the sale. I miss their RTS...

Age of Empires IV wasn't bad, but I'll be getting Company of Heroes 3 in November :)



gtotheunit91 said:
Darwinianevolution said:

I mean, since Sega abandoned the console wars, its software output has dried up immensly, even with them expanding their teams and making new IPs for PCs and such. It's not that they make bad games, it's that the amount of relevant software is simply not enough to get as much traction as the big platform holders. I see more discussion about Creative Assembly and Atlus than about Sega proper, and with good reason.

That's exactly what I was thinking. You can add Sega leaving the arcade business, which even then, that doesn't hold much weight anymore anyway.

Relic Entertainment is another major developer under Sega that gets a lot of attention. I certainly do enjoy a lot of Sega's franchises. Jet Set Radio being my obvious favorite (see profile picture) which I am anxiously waiting to see what that revival Sega is currently working on will be like.

Sega does still make good games. Yakuza Like A Dragon was phenomenal, but nothing that really takes the gaming world by storm. At least not from what I see. Sonic is so hit and miss that I barely attention to new releases lol. 

Sega during their console time was putting out absolute bangers! Especially their arcade games! 

I miss Sega being super relevant to the masses in a positive way, I know I said some thing to the developer team repile and their game Bomb Rush Cyberfunk. TBH I know that game is gonna be good I saw gameplay of it hate the Character design and they hired Naganuma for music but I want Jet Set Radio reboot to crush Bomb Rush Cyberfunk which it feels like a sneak attack ala Halo killer to killzone or call of duty killer ala battlefield series I feel like Bomb Rush Cyberfunk indirectly being a Jet Set Radio reboot killer which really feels like the killzone on ps3 era that kills halo which didn't happen and Halo was too good.



Cute and honest Sega Saturn fan, also noone should buy Sega grrrr, Sega for life. The reason I'm chaotic to few 3rd party developers is because I'm protecting Sega and also I lack skill to get really hot girl I really want. also few devs deserve it for making bad game's personal experiences, looking at Ghost Blade HD the shmup or Fighting EX Layer. My standards are too high for genres I play. KOF 13 > Fighting EX layer gameplay.