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GamesWe have more than 7,500 Sega games documented, from the slot machines of old to the cutting-edge titles of today. Every known release from every region of the world, both licensed and unlicensed, unfinished and unreleased, for computers, consoles, handhelds, arcades and everything in between.
ScansBooks, magazines, covers, manuals, media and promotional material, as well as internal documents you were never meant to see; Sega Retro has a huge library of high quality scans dating back to 1945 and the database grows every day.
Audio and video
Hundreds of singles and albums, audiobooks, television broadcasts and even a few stage shows, not to mention the company's fondness for karaoke and its two house bands.
Including people, companies, history, toys, merchandise, secrets, venues, events, technical information, interviews... and urine-powered video games.
On this day, March 26...
March 26 (add)
- 1988 - Blade Eagle is released for the Sega Master System in Japan.
- 1993 - Battletoads, Doraemon: Yume Dorobou to 7 Nin no Gozans, Gods, and OutRun 2019 are released for the Sega Mega Drive alongside Mickey Mouse no Mahou no Crystal for the Sega Game Gear and Jaguar XJ220 for the Sega Mega-CD in Japan.
- 1995 - ECTS Spring 1995 begins.
- 1996 - Air Management '96 is released for the Sega Saturn in Japan. Criticom is released for the Sega Saturn in North America.
- 1997 - Fighters Megamix Sound Tracks and Virtua Fighter 3 On The Vocal, both CDs, are released in Japan. Doom and Lunacy are released for the Sega Saturn in North America.
- 1998 - Choro Q Park, Courier Crisis, Croc! Pau-Pau Island, Dungeon Master Nexus, Hexen, Primal Rage, Pro Yakyuu Greatest Nine 98, Shinseiki Evangelion: Koutetsu no Girlfriend, Techno Motor, Teitoku no Ketsudan III with Power-Up Kit, The House of the Dead, The King of Fighters '97, Tokimeki Memorial Drama Series Vol. 2: Irodori no Lovesong, and Yoshimura Shougi are released for the Sega Saturn alongside Galapagos for Windows PCs and Mac OS in Japan.
- 2002 - NBA 2K2 and Sega Soccer Slam are released for the Nintendo Gamecube in North America.
- 2003 - Sakura Taisen: Atsuki Chishio Ni Kouryaku Hanagoyomi, a book, is released in Japan.
- 2004 - Sakura Taisen Teikoku Kagekidan Hanagumi 2004-nen Shinshun Kayou Show "Utae Hanagumi Teikoku Kagekidan Hanagumi Funtou Kouen" DVD Box, a DVD for the stage show Sakura Taisen Teikoku Kagekidan Hanagumi 2004-nen Shinshun Kayou Show "Utae Hanagumi Teikoku Kagekidan Hanagumi Funtou Kouen", is released in Japan. Shining Soul II is released for the Game Boy Advance in Europe.
- 2007 - Sega no Game wa Sekai Ichi~i~i~i! 3 Dokkoi Iki teta Kyasu-ko-san and Shining Force EXA Final Complete Guide, both books, are released alongside Kanji Trainer Mobile for i-mode 70x compatible phones though Sega's Sonic Cafe portal in Japan.
- 2008 - Dramatic Dungeon Sakura Taisen: Kimi Aru ga Tame Ending Theme "Waratte, Waratte", a CD, is released alongside Virtua Fighter Mobile for i-mode 90x compatible phones though Sega's Puyo Puyo! Sega portal in Japan.
- 2009 - Suzumiya Haruhi no Heiretsu is released for the Wii alongside the Arcade version of Space Harrier for the Wii Virtual Console in Japan. MadWorld is released for the Wii in Australia.
- 2010 - Resonance of Fate is released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 alongside Infinite Space for the Nintendo DS in Europe.
- 2013 - Champion Football is released for iOS in Japan. Dead or Alive 5+ is released for the PlayStation Vita in South Korea and Taiwan.
- 2014 - Fantasy Zone Ultra Super Big Maximum Great Strong Complete Album is made available for the Mora streaming platform in Japan and to download through Amazon and iTunes in Japan, North America, and Europe.
- 2015 - Phantasy Star Online 2: On Stage, a DVD, is released in Japan. Eastside Hockey Manager is released for Steam Early Access in North America. The Chinese Language version of Phantasy Star Nova is made available for digital download on the PlayStation Store in Taiwan. Sega Super Bundle is released on Steam in North America and Europe.
- 2020 - G-LOC Air Battle: Series Music Collection, a CD, is released alongside Sega Ages G-LOC: Air Battle for the Nintendo Switch in Japan. Panzer Dragoon: Remake is released for the Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe.
- 2021 - The Astro City Mini is made available to order from Limited Run Games in North America.
Released on this day
- 1988: Blade Eagle (Master System, JP)
- 1993: Mickey Mouse no Mahou no Crystal (Game Gear, JP)
- 1993: Jaguar XJ220 (Mega-CD, JP)
- 1993: Battletoads, Doraemon: Yume Dorobou to 7 Nin no Gozans, Gods, OutRun 2019 (Mega Drive, JP)
- 1996: Air Management '96 (Saturn, JP)
- 1996: Criticom (Saturn, US)
- 1997: Fighters Megamix Sound Tracks, Virtua Fighter 3 On The Vocal (CD, JP)
- 1997: Doom, Lunacy (Saturn, US)
- 1998: Galapagos (Windows PC/Macintosh, JP)
- 1998: Choro Q Park, Courier Crisis, Croc! Pow Pow Island, Dungeon Master Nexus, Hexen, Primal Rage, Pro Yakyuu Greatest Nine 98, Shinseiki Evangelion: Koutetsu no Girlfriend, Techno Motor, Teitoku no Ketsudan III with Power-Up Kit, The House of the Dead, The King of Fighters '97, Tokimeki Memorial Drama Series Vol. 2: Irodori no Lovesong, Yoshimura Shougi (Saturn, JP)
- 2002: NBA 2K2, Sega Soccer Slam (GameCube, US)
- 2003: Sakura Taisen: Atsuki Chishio Ni Kouryaku Hanagoyomi (Book, JP)
- 2004: Sakura Taisen Teikoku Kagekidan Hanagumi 2004-nen Shinshun Kayou Show "Utae Hanagumi Teikoku Kagekidan Hanagumi Funtou Kouen" DVD Box (DVD, JP)
- 2004: Shining Soul II (Game Boy Advance, EU)
- 2007: Kanji Trainer Mobile (i-mode 70x, JP)
- 2007: Sega no Game wa Sekai Ichi~i~i~i! 3 Dokkoi Iki teta Kyasu-ko-san, Shining Force EXA Final Complete Guide (Book, JP)
- 2008: Virtua Fighter Mobile (i-mode 90x, JP)
- 2008: Dramatic Dungeon Sakura Taisen: Kimi Aru ga Tame Ending Theme "Waratte, Waratte" (CD, JP)
- 2009: Space Harrier (Virtual Console, JP)
- 2009: MadWorld (Wii, AU)
- 2009: Suzumiya Haruhi no Heiretsu (Wii, JP)
- 2010: Infinite Space (Nintendo DS, AT)
- 2010: Resonance of Fate (PlayStation 3, DE)
- 2013: Champion Football (iOS, JP)
- 2013: Dead or Alive 5+ (PlayStation Vita, KR)
- 2014: Fantasy Zone Ultra Super Big Maximum Great Strong Complete Album (Amazon, JP)
- 2015: Phantasy Star Online 2: On Stage (DVD, JP)
- 2015: Phantasy Star Nova (PlayStation Vita, TW)
- 2015: Eastside Hockey Manager, Sega Super Bundle (Steam, US)
- 2020: G-LOC Air Battle: Series Music Collection (CD, JP)
- 2020: Yazzie (Mega Drive, US)
- 2020: Sega Ages G-LOC: Air Battle (Nintendo Switch, JP)
- 2020: Panzer Dragoon: Remake (Nintendo Switch, US)
- 2021: Astro City Mini (Arcade, US)
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- Sign up for a Sega Retro account and become part of our group of editors (If you have a Sonic Retro account please use the same username for your account here)
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- We are always on the lookout for high quality, 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.
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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.
- Short on ideas? Visit the "to do" page
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