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02/17/2012

Game News, Sega Retro

House of the Dead III Released for Playstation Network This Week, Lover

For the Valentine’s Day update week on the Playstation Network in the U.S. and Europe, Sega has released a PlayStation 3 edition of The House of the Dead III, complete with support for PlayStation Move or a standard controller and trophies. The game stars aging Agent G and Lisa Rogan, who are on the search for Agent Rogan after suddenly disappearing. It’s a perfect game for couples to go blasting endless mindless waves of the undead. The game is available through PSN for $6.99 and includes an avatar for a limited time.  PlayStation Plus subscribers can purchase it with an additional discount, and get access to a demo of the game.

While this is the fourth time the third entry in the series has seen a home console port, Sega still has The House of the Dead IV in the pipeline for release on the network, which will be the first home console release of the arcade title.

For the Valentines Day update week on the Playstation Network in the US and UK, Sega has released a Playstation 3 edition of The House of the Dead III, complete with support for Playstation Move or a standard Sixaxis controller and trophies. The game stars aging Agent G and Lisa Rogan, on the search for Agent Rogan who has gone missing. The perfect game for couples to go down blasting endless, mindless waves of the undead. The game is available through PSN for $6.99 along with an avatar for purchase for a limited time and is also available for a discount through Playstation Plus. Plus members also get access to a demo of the game.

While this is the fourth time the third entry in the series has seen a home console port, Sega still has The House of the Dead IV in the pipeline for release on the Network, which will be the first home console release of the arcade title.

For the Valentines Day update week on the Playstation Network in the US and UK, Sega has released a Playstation 3 edition of The House of the Dead III, complete with support for Playstation Move or a standard Sixaxis controller and trophies. The game stars aging Agent G and Lisa Rogan, on the search for Agent Rogan who has gone missing. The perfect game for couples to go down blasting endless, mindless waves of the undead. The game is available through PSN for $6.99 along with an avatar for purchase for a limited time and is also available for a discount through Playstation Plus. Plus members also get access to a demo of the game.

While this is the fourth time the third entry in the series has seen a home console port, Sega still has The House of the Dead IV in the pipeline for release on the Network, which will be the first home console release of the arcade title.

Game News, Sega Retro

Index Holdings Subsidiary Atlus Teams with Sega for Distribution Deal in Japan

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a distribution contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider distribution network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well as Catherine that had recently come out in the UK.

Via: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a distribution contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider distribution network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well as Catherine that had recently come out in the UK.

[Via: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html]

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a distribution contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider distribution network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well the recently-released Catherine.

Source: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a distribution contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider distribution network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well the recently-released Catherine.

Source: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd. a subsidiary of Index Holdings has entered a distribution contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider distribution network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus made famous for the Shin Megami Tensei Series, it’s spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, Devil Survivor, the recently released Catherine and more.

Source: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd. a subsidiary of Index Holdings has entered a distribution contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider distribution network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan. Atlus made famous for the Shin Megami Tensei Series, it’s spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, Devil Survivor, the recently released Catherine and more. Source: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html