Do you lack SEGA in your PC gaming life? Steam is here to help! Until April 1st, you can get forty Genesis classics for only $9.99. This includes titles like Vectorman, Space Harrier II, Ristar, and more! Take a look at the full list if you get the chance. While there’s some cross over, there are quite a few titles in here not featured in Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection.
What? 16-Bit is too old for you? How about the Dreamcast then? For $14.99 you’ll get the Dreamcast Collection which features Space Channel 5 Part 2, Sonic Adventure, SEGA Bass Fishing, and Crazy Taxi. Not as much value for your buck. But if you don’t have a Dreamcast, it’s a nice way to obtain these four titles.
Both sales last until April 1st. So if you need some SEGA goodness in your life, don’t wait!
If you have a deep wallet and are looking to help Japan, you might want to head over to SEGA of America’s Ebay page. You’ll find awesome swag like tons of Sonic gear, signed games, Yakuza 4 T-shirts, a Dreamcast hoodie and backpack, Valkyria Chronicles poster board art and many more items.
A lot of this stuff isn’t just your average everyday gear though. Being on a bid system, the prices are starting to rise. The most expensive is the previously mentioned Valkyria Chronicles poster board art, with the highest bid currently at $560 with five days still left in the running. Although there are still some lower priced items ranging from $30 and below. So you’re not entirely out of luck if your wallet doesn’t have a launch PS3 in it.
100% of the proceeds will be going towards the American Red Cross to support its aid in Japan. So even if you do pay way too much money for something, at least you can safely say it was for a good cause.
Live in the UK and planning on swiping up a 3DS at launch? Pick up your 3DS from HMV on London’s Oxford Street and you might just get a free Nintendo 3DS game!
How do you get this game? Well, you’ll have to be one of the first five hundred people to pick up the 3DS. Even if you miss out on being the first five hundred, you’ll get yourself some nice swag in the form of a Nintendo 3DS T-shirt and blanket, along with an exclusive launch issue of Official Nintendo Magazine.
If you can’t make it to Oxford Street, you’re gonna be out of luck in terms of a free game or swag. Nintendo still has a deal with ninety nine other HMV stores for midnight launches throughout Europe, so at the very least you’ll get your hands on the system ASAP.
Nintendo 3DS is set to launch March 25th in Europe, a full two days before the North American launch. You win this time Europe…This time…
You can check out all the details about the UK launch here.