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Classic Sega characters coming to Kingdom Conquest II

It’s been quite a while since we discussed Kingdom Conquest, SEGA’s action-strategy-MMO hybrid. Since then, the game has received a sequel, aptly named Kingdom Conquest II. SEGA will soon be releasing monster cards based on its classic franchises into Kingdom Conquest II in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis videogame console. The special cards feature artwork and characters from Altered Beast and Golden Axe, two arcade hits that are also available on iOS.

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Sega Superstars Tennis for Mac 40% off for first 40 pre-orders at MacGameStore

It isn't the newest game around – far from it – but if you're looking for a fun Mac game to pass the time in the not-too-distant future, Sega Superstars Tennis could be one to take a look at. Better yet, the first 40 pre-orders at MacGameStore will be able to get the game for 40% off the regular price, reducing it down to just $8.99.

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Sega Superstars Tennis volleys onto the Mac October 17th

Feral Interactive announced Thursday plans to release a Mac version of Sega Superstars Tennis on October 17, 2013. The game will be available for $14.99 through download services including the Mac App Store, Feral's web site and elsewhere.

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Sega's Go Dance brings motion-sensing gameplay to iOS

Sega announced the availability of Go Dance for iPhone and iPad today, which looks like it will play a lot like Dance Central. Players have to follow the moves being shown on their device's screen in time with the music, and are scored based on how closely they mimic the dance.

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Football Manager 2014 announced for Mac, pre-order for early beta access

Sports Interactive has today pulled the wraps off the latest in the Football Manager series – that's the proper football, with the round ball – Football Manager 2014. Due for release later this year on Mac as well as Windows and Linux, the title is now up for pre-order from a variety of retailers, including Steam.

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Sega drops price on all Sonic the Hedgehog games

Sega has dropped the price of their Sonic the Hedgehog games to $0.99. Everything from the original Sonic the Hedgehog to Sonic Jump is on sale, and it's unknown how long they'll remain there, so if you were looking at one of the Sonic games, now is the perfect time to get it.

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House of the Dead: Overkill now available for both iPhone and iPad

Sega's popular series, House of the Dead, has finally made its way to the App Store. The new game dubbed House of the Dead: Overkill - The Lost Reels, allows you to play in both story and and survival mode.

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Sonic Jump by SEGA for iPhone and iPad review

Sonic Jump for iPhone and iPad is, in a nutshell, SEGA's version of the popular platform jumper Doodle Jump that features SEGA's iconic character Sonic the Hedgehog. There are two games modes, Story and Arcade, where you must jump and tilt your way up the levels collecting coins, defeating enemies, gaining abilities, and battling Dr. Eggman.

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Crazy Taxi by SEGA coming to iPhone and iPad later this month

SEGA has announced that they're bringing their classic video game Crazy Taxi to the iPhone and iPad later this month. If you're unfamiliar with the game, Crazy Taxi is racing game where you must barrel through traffix packed streets, hurdle off parking garages, and perform other crazy stunts to score up the most fares.

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Kingdom Conquest racking up in-app purchase charges?

Many users are complaining that Sega's Massively Multiplayer Online Game, Kingdom Conquest is "stealing" money from their iTunes accounts. Even though the game itself is free, the game has many in app purchases, ranging from $0.99 - $43.99, which since mid-May, users claim these purchases are being made without their consent. If these complaints are to be believed, it seems that even people that didn't download the original app are being effected as well.

Sega has responded to complaints in their forum:

"We are currently investigating this claim as well as some others, but since we have no access to any customers' iTunes account information or transaction histories we highly recommend contacting Apple directly. "

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