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Live(ish) From The Games Shop: Second Chance Heroes, Action Henk, Super Comboman, Fist of Awesome

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Live(ish) From The Games Shop.  Last week’s 4th of July celebration reminded me of independence, independence from retail releases that is.  Yes, dear reader, the trend continues with only a very niche title being released …

Interactive Story In Gaming – Something Old or Something New?

By Phil Harris Until recently, the majority of game and other interactive experiences writers have been amateur authors. They came up with an idea, put pen to paper – or at least fingertip to keyboard – and created a world …

SEGA Gives Sonic the Hedgehog a Much Needed Boom

 By Gareth Spriggs After almost 23 years, SEGA have decided to give its blue mascot a western retool. On February 6th, SEGA officially announced its new spin-off in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, Sonic Boom. The reboot, which consists of …

Trailer: Finally, Somebody Is Making An Alien Tie-In Game That Isn’t A Shoot ‘Em Up

They’ve chosen a very surprising lead character.

Ken Penders’ Case Against Sega Dismissed… For Now

Archie Comics settled with Ken Penders over the rights to a number of characters he created for the Sonic The Hedgehog and Knuckles comic book series, that then went on to appear in games from Sega and Electronic Arts. It …

Archie Comics Begins Settlement Negotiations With Ken Penders

Three years ago, comic book writer Ken Penders began a series of legal actions against Archie Comics and Sega for the exploitation of characters he created for the Sonic comic, in other comics, games and cartoons which, he stated, he …

The Ken Penders/Archie Comics Lawsuit Continues

Bleeding Cool has been following the lawsuits by writer Ken Penders against Archie Comics, Sega and Electronic Arts (owners of Bioware) over a number of Sonic The Hedgehog-related comics he wrote in the nineties, in which details and invented characters …