SEGA Updates Games With Videos And Info

Posted By | On 24th, Nov. 2010


Yakuza 4- Story Trailer


Crazy taxi- Dreamcast Revival, HD Remake


Valkyria Chonicles II 22 Mission DLC Pack Trailer

Sega released these three new trailers today. Check them out, they all look pretty cool. The HD remake of the Dreamcast classic, Crazy Taxi, is now available on Xbox Live and PSN or a fare of 800 Microsoft points or £6.29/ €7.99/ AU$ 12.95. respectively. Enjoy the game in 720p visuals!


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