Mega Visions Issue #5 is now available!
Greetings once again, Mega Visionaries!
We hope you all had an excellent Halloween filled with frights, fun and plenty of candy. We hope you haven’t had too many frights, or candy for that matter, because we have a frightening and pretty sweet issue of Mega Visions that launches tomorrow!
This issue is packed to the brim with SEGA horror coverage, and gracing our cover is one of our absolute favorite Dreamcast action games – Sword of the Berserk: Guts’ Rage.
It’s a shame the game never got the attention it fully deserved, and we don’t believe it ever graced the cover of a video game magazine – until now! We hope you enjoy the latest cover art by artist extraordinaire Rob Duenas.
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Here’s what you’ll find in this issue:
COVER: Sword of the Berserk Guts’ Rage
- Castlevania: Bloodlines
- Bernie Stolar reminisces about his time as the President of SEGA of America
- Shahzad Sahib – the man behind indie developer Retroguru
- SEGA Genesis Flashback (Hardware)
- Yakuza Kiwami (PlayStation 4)
- Night Trap (PlayStation 4)
- Total War: Warhammer II (PC)
- Flashback (Dreamcast)
- 4X4 Jam (Dreamcast)
- Hermes (Dreamcast)
- Escape 2042 (Dreamcast)
- Sword of the Berserk: Guts’ Rage (Dreamcast)
- Evil Twin (Dreamcast)
- Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Genesis)
- Night Warriors (Saturn)
- Corpse Killer (Saturn)
- Master of Darkness (Master System)
- Ninja Warriors (Mega CD)
- A Haunting in SEGA World: six spooky levels in non-horror games
- A Tale of Two Shooters: Quake III vs Unreal Tournament
- Radio SEGA’s “Spoopy” Halloween special playlist
- Arcade Memories: Monster Bash
- What Did I Just Play?: Doom (Saturn)
- Boxart Bash: Master of Darkness
- G-Spot: Is Sonic becoming more like Crash Bandicoot?