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Tiny models of classic Sega sit-down arcade games

Space Harrier. Super Hang-On. Out Run. Thunderblade. All are immortal hydraulic monsters released to arcades by Sega in the mid-1980s. And all are now tiny wee things that sit on your desk. There's a secret fifth game, which is probably…

The Love Trainer: Better sex through Sega

A failure as a product, Sega is repackaging their Body Trainer / FiTrainer MP3 player and heart monitor as the "Love Trainer." Inept as a lover? Wrap a strange cyborg headset around your ears while a GLaDOS-like gynoid voice leads…

New York Times: Al Qaeda trains bombers to use Genesis cartridges as detonators

According to a report about Gutanamo detainees over at New York Times, your next eBay bidding war for that used copy of Sonic and Knuckles might be with Al Qaeda:
One detainee is said to have been schooled in

Sega announces re-entry into hardware with the Vision

Inexplicable announcement of the day, sure to elicit a cranium-bursting WTF: Sega is getting back into the hardware game. According to Register Hardware, Sega's new handheld will be called the Vision, and it will primarily be a PMP, with…

Peter Moore on the death of Dreamcast and the console wars

The Guardian's Keith Stuart has posted two parts of a fascinating and candid interview with Peter Moore: head of Sega of America during the Dreamcast years, head of Microsoft's Xbox division and current president of EA Sports. The whole thing…

Sega Toys dreams of hamsters

Guaranteed not to grow giant tumors under their eyes and endure months of pain trapped in a child-administered prison little bigger than a shoebox (How I miss you, Fluffy), Sega Toys' Dream Hamster will cost $11 and last for years…

Ad-supported Sega Mobile games for download

Gamejump, a company that offers ad-supported games for many mobile phones, has added several titles from Sega to their line-up. If you can stomach the ads — and you have a data plan so you won't be charged every time…