The US Patent and Trademark website has some interesting new applications from SEGA, namely those for 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker and the famous REZ. Are sequels in the works?
18 Wheeler = Yes! YES! REZ = HELL YES! Also wouldn't both of these be amazing on PSP? Crazy Taxi and Powerstone worked.
I would really love to see a updated Streets of Rage most of all.
Well, the only time I think I tried 18 Wheeler was in an arcade. But I'd love to see a new REZ game for sure!
Yeah, but it'll still have to be all neon 80'ishy. I really liked that 'Neon Punk' look, I think it would lose a lot of spirit if it wasn't included. Can't wait to get the upcoming Sega Megadrive/Genesis collection. EDIT: 18 Wheeler was class, used to have it for DC, excellent game, thinking about it Burnout incorperated the whole 'Traffic Checking' system.
Besides Nintendo SEGA have been one of he best 1st-Party devs. Streets of Rage is my #1 Brawler, Part 2 actually. I remember walking in a blizzard( I know it sounds cliche) to go to the Video Store to rent that and Sonic Spinball on the SEGA Genesis. but as we all know Brawlers are DEAD..
Hey Kewlkat keep a eye out for Watchmen: The end is nigh. It's going to be a classic beat em up but downloadable and it'll have co op. I never read the watchmen graphic novel or anything like that but the game looks really good in my opinion. I was looking for the footage i just seen on X-Play on Wednesday night.
Looks pretty good, I have not played a brawler in ages. I think there as that one on the Original XBOX by SEGA, I think? Forgot the name...
I just wished Sega would add a trademark for Shenmue 3 or a new Panzer Dragoon
They always said that this (Rez) was just the beginning. Maybe now there is the chance to create a sequel and Q? might work together with SEGA in order to create that game? Rez is a SEGA IP anyhow, so if Mizuguchi is working on a sequel he must do so in cooperation with SEGA.
A new Rez would be awesome.
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