Welcome to Sega Retro, a project from the people behind Sonic Retro. We aim to cover everything possible about Sega from the 1940s to today. We currently are working on 12,889 articles and have many more that are requested to be worked on.
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- We have lots of game pages that are in desperate need of more information. If you know your way around some of these games, help us out by telling us how to play or what to expect. We also have many pages that still need to be made.
- We are always on the lookout for high quailty, unmarked, genuine game media scans. If you notice a poor quality or missing scan of a game you have, please help by making a scan and replacing the bad one. You can use our scan tracker to track our progress.
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- From another country or speak another language? Help us by providing otherwise difficult-to-get information about Sega in mainland Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America, or by translating texts from Japanese.
- Short on ideas? Visit the "to do" page
On this day, February 28...
February 28 (add):
- 1992 - Road Blasters and Two Crude Dudes are released for the Mega Drive in Japan.
- 1996 - Virtua Fighter Soundtrack Vol. 2: Ryuuko Kaikou is released in Japan.
- 1997 - Die Hard Trilogy is released for the Saturn in Europe. Criticom, Cube Battler: Debugger Shou-hen, Fushigi no Kuni no Angelique, NBA Jam Extreme, Paneltia Story: Karen no Daibouken, Sega Ages Memorial Selection Vol.1, Shutokou Battle '97: Tsuchiya Keiichi & Bandou Masaaki, Space Jam, Tenchi Muyou! Rensa Hitsuyou, Waialae no Kiseki: Extra 36 Holes and Zoku Gussun Oyoyo are released for the Saturn in Japan.
- 2000 - Draconus Cult of the Wyrm is released for the Dreamcast in North America.
- 2001 - Yokohama Joypolis closes.
- 2002 - Milky Season, Nijuuei and Weakness Hero Torauman DC are released for the Dreamcast, Sega Marine Fishing and Typing Space Harrier are released for the PC, Golden Axe is released for the Bandai WonderSwan, and Virtua Fighter 4 Blue Book: Advanced Phase is published, all in Japan.
- 2003 - Virtua Tennis is released for the Game Boy Advance in Europe.
- 2008 - The Club is released on Steam in North America and Europe. Bleach: Shattered Blade is released for the Wii in Australia. Sega Bass Fishing is released for the Wii in Japan. Akatsuki Denkou Senki is released in Japanese arcades. Hokuto no Ken is re-released as part of Sega The Best line for the PlayStation 2 in Japan. 1-nichi 10-pun de E ga Jouzu ni Kakeru Beena is released for the Advanced Pico Beena in Japan.
- 2010 - Aliens vs. Predator Official Strategy Guide is published in North America.
- 2011 - Sega System 16 Complete Soundtrack Vol. 2 is released in Japan.
- 2012 - Binary Domain is released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in North America. Border Break Airburst Ver 2.7 is released in Japanese arcades.
- 2013 - Phantasy Star Online 2 and Shining Ark (along with Shining Ark Tenshi no Fandisc) are released for the PlayStation Vita in Japan.
- 2014 - The Typing of the Dead: Overkill Silver Screen DLC is released.
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