We’ve got the entries in and are ready to play! Join us tonight at 7:00pm CST as we play through every single RAGE 2018 entry and stick around for a special announcement at the end!
And don’t forget, next week, the RAGE site will go live so you too can witness the whiteness, with the RAGE winner announced on February 7th!
Edit: 3/23/2016 You can now watch the full panel courtesy of the SEGAbits channel.
The Sonic 25th Anniversary panel at SXSW will begin just a few hours from when this post is published. And thankfully SXSW will be hosting a live stream of the panel, which you can see above. The Sonic section of the stream will start at at 1:30pm PDT / 3:30pm CDT / 4:30pm EDT / 8:30pm GMT / 9:30pm CET.
The panel will feature Aaron Webber, Austin Keys, Mike Pollock, Roger Craig Smith, Takashi Iizuka and Yuji Naka, and will focus on the history of the franchise. The panel’s description also teases that they’ll “look to the future”, though Sega has already clarified that they don’t plan to announce any new games at the panel. Aside from that, Aaron Webber has teased that the meaning of the numbers on the Game Grumps photo from a couple of months ago will be revealed.
Whatever the panel is going to be about, with that selection of guests it’s sure to at least be something worth watching.
SEGAbits Plays is back with another SEGA Channel Retro live stream of SEGA Pico games! While episode #0 played several licensed games, this time we’re focusing on Tails and the Music Maker, Sonic the Hedgehog’s Gameworld (the Japanese import and the American version) as well as a very special playthrough of Fishing Pico – Donald no Adventure. Yes, the SEGA Pico had a fishing controller. Joining Barry in this two hour Pico party is Sonic Retro’s Bartman. Keep your eyes peeled for Sonic recolors and an excessively gory drawing of Plucky Duck.
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With Sonic Boom happening in a matter of hours, Sega surprisingly put up a live stream. Which is a first for this event. So now if you’re not going to the event because it’s too far away for you, think the tickets are overpriced or you looked up scary statistics about St. Louis online, you’ll still be able to watch the events on your monitor. The stream will start at 6pm CET, 7pm EST, 4pm PST or midnight if you’re in the UK.