Welcome to Sega Retro, a project from the people behind Sonic Retro. We aim to cover everything possible about Sega from the 1940s to today. We currently are working on 27,266 articles and have many more that are requested to be worked on.
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24 October 2021
We have more than 7,000 Sega games
documented, from the slot machines of old to the cutting-edge titles of today. Every known release from every region of the world, both licensed and unlicensed, unfinished
, for computers
, consoles, handhelds
and everything in between.
, covers, manuals, media and promotional material
, as well as internal documents you were never meant to see
; Sega Retro has a huge library of high quality scans dating back to 1945
and the database grows every day.
Audio and video
Hundreds of singles and albums, audiobooks, television broadcasts and even a few stage shows, not to mention the company's fondness for karaoke and its two house bands.
Including people, companies, history, toys, merchandise, secrets, venues, events, technical information, interviews... and virtual fish.
On this day, October 24...
October 24 (
Released on this day
- 1987: SDI: Strategic Defense Initiative (Master System, JP)
- 1995: Vectorman (Mega Drive, US)
- 1995: Ghen War (Saturn, US)
- 1996: Tomb Raider (Saturn, EU)
- 1999: Hydro Thunder (Dreamcast, ES)
- 2000: Spec Ops II: Omega Squad (Dreamcast, US)
- 2001: Segacon: The Best of Sega Game Music Vol. 1 (CD, JP)
- 2002: Mei ☆ Puru, Missing Parts 2: The Tantei Stories (Dreamcast, JP)
- 2002: GetBass Battle (PlayStation 2, JP)
- 2004: Puyo Puyo Fever (Pocket PC, JP)
- 2006: Phantasy Star Universe (Windows PC, US)
- 2008: Kodai Ouja Kyouryuu King: D Kids Adventure Yokuryuu Densetsu, World Destruction: Sekai Bokumetsu no Rokunin (DVD, JP)
- 2012: Genpei Taisen Emaki Plus (Android, JP)
- 2012: Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz (PlayStation Vita, RU)
- 2013: Sonic Lost World (Nintendo 3DS, JP)
- 2013: Sonic Lost World Bonus Soundtrack (CD, JP)
- 2013: Sacred Line Genesis (Mega Drive, US)
- 2013: Sonic Lost World (Wii U, JP)
- 2014: Puyo Puyo Lock App (Android, JP)
- 2014: Bayonetta, Bayonetta 2 (Wii U, US)
- 2017: Persona 5 (PlayStation 3, US)
- 2018: Persona 5: The Animation (DVD, JP)
- 2018: MegaRetroN HD (Mega Drive, US)
- 2019: Chunithm Crystal (Nu 1.1, JP)
You can become a part of the Sega Retro community in several different ways:
- Sign up for a Sega Retro account and become part of our group of editors (If you have a Sonic Retro account please use the same username for your account here)
- We have lots of game pages that are in desperate need of more information. If you know your way around some of these games, help us out by telling us how to play or what to expect. We also have many pages that still need to be made.
- We are always on the lookout for high quality, unmarked, genuine game media scans. If you notice a poor quality or missing scan of a game you have, please help by making a scan and replacing the bad one.
- Log on to Discord and join #sega, our dedicated channel
- From another country or speak another language? Help us by providing otherwise difficult-to-get information about Sega in mainland Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America, or by translating texts.
- Short on ideas? Visit the "to do" page
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