Video game publisher, console manufacturer, creator to the favorite systems of many fans (Genesis, Master System, Dreamcast, and more), SEGA is not without its interesting background. With routes tied to what many consider to be the potential case for subtle occult hints left within the software of their games and even the menu system of their machines, SEGA is pressed to some conspiracy theories which they didn’t have to answer for in years’ past due to the advent of high-speed internet (Broadband) in the home and eventually in the hand (iPhone, Galaxy). Now we wonder, and without the ability to ask the past from the future about the present, we are left in awe to only speculate as to what happened to cause the stories below.
Fun Is Infinite, SEGA Enterprises. Signed By Devil.
Sonic CD Users discovered that if you follow a particular input of the Sega CD game system, the following strange messages will occur! At title screen pressed Down, Down, Down, Left, Right, A. At next screen enter FM no.46, PCM no. 12, DA no. 25, press start. Newer Versions Use Just the #s 12 and 25. “Fun Is Infinite, Sega Enterprises. Signed by Devil” The theory has been challenged by some who say that the “Devil” word in Japanese was actually a mistranslated and instead an extremely similar name is listed as a signature from a member of the game’s development team. These stories have yet to be solved to this day and still the debate remains.
Captured Alien Audio if Saturn games put in CD Player
Planet Saturn and word Satan are the same thing also? In addition to creepy infomercials and bizarre hidden messages in their game systems, if you’d try to put the Sega Dreamcast GDI gigabyte game discs into a music player, you’d get an odd tone of voice from a commanding female officer of the Sega elite. Have you heard this before? Does it give you De Ja Vu? Do you feel like you have? The sounds heard in the background are argued between fans as being either the sounds coming from hell itself of mankind and beasts yelling out in agony or the recorded sounds of an extraterrestrial being held captive on Earth for humans to study. Be our guest and let us know what you draw as your own conclusions after hearing it below.
Hey there everyone take a seat and listen to me, Josh Ehresmann RGN PR Manager, and our Deputy Editor Tristan Werbe, sit down for a few hours and talk about E3 2017. A roundup and recap of what we saw, what we liked, what we hated, and just our overall thoughts. Hope that you enjoy!
Topics Include E3 2015 Rumors & Confirmations, Dishonored 2 Rumor, EA to show a new Battlefield (Rumor), More Fallout 4 Pre-Reveal Discussion, and a lot more coming up in the final show before E3 2015 begins. Thanks in advance for checking it out! Doge over and out…
Check us out for live podcasts on Wednesdays at 6PM EST (our normal schedule) and all through the E3 2015 while we’ll be doing spontaneous shows to supplement the articles you can find on our website. Enjoy!
RealGamerNewZ Crew join up with iGeekReviews and Shotgun Seat Productions to drop a new podcast about the official announcement of Fallout 4, which takes place in Boston during a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a worldwide nuclear catastrophe (just how Fallout 3 portrayed in DC and Fallout: New Vegas portrayed for Las Vegas).
This discussion covers all the facts about the game and then veers into some of the nitty gritty details fans have unanswered questions about, and will likely have to wait until E3 2015 next week to find out about. Check back to RealGamerNewZ.com for more info on that when it happens. Other gaming topics such as Paid DLC, Modding, and the newly released Steam Refunds policy and a lot more. You won’t want to miss this episode.
Tristan’s Twisted World Podcast Part 1
– Release Date of Fallout 4
– New Trailer
– Gameplay, Engine, Graphics Discussions
– Trailer Analysis
– Main Character Has A Voice?
– Modding Community
– Paid DLC vs MODS
– Will Paid MODS Return to Steam?
– Steam Refunds
– PS4, Xbox ONE, Windows PC
– Comic Books
– Other Gaming Topics
The following podcast featuring Alos Tucker, J. T. Melanson, Tristan Werbe, and the crew over at iGeekReviews.com covers a ton of E3 2015 discussions and predictions including the possibility of a new Fallout game, PlayStation Morpheus, Microsoft Hololens, and whether or not they will show up in the conferences, New IPs, RARE, Naughty Dog, Xenoblade Chronicles X, Fatal Frame, Final Fantasy XV, FF7 HD Re-Release, Starfox / Metroid current development progress, Minecraft, Telltale Games, Scalebound, Black Ops 3, Phantom Dust, and many other titles wer also discussed. Take a listen and check out what we had to say and stay tuned to RGN this summer for all of the gaming explosiveness.
In the following podcast iGeekReviews.com and RealGamerNewz discuss buying games on dvd / blu-ray discs versus buying them online through services like Steam, GOG, Xbox Live, and PlayStation Network. The ups and downs of DLC, free updates, bugs, and glitches are discussed with talks about the different types of games that are good and bad in the free to play genre as well.
On the iRGN Podcast #11 we are joined by our buddies at iGeekReviews.com and the topics include a Paid Mods Round Table Discussion about them being put on and then pulled off Steam, Konami’s Trouble and what it could mean long-term, as well as the culture of repeat franchises putting out the same stuff over and over again or remake franchises and when to leave it alone? When is enough, enough?
iiG #3 Speaks about the Social Aspects of the Video Games Industry and a lot of other topics. Thank you in advance for checking this out and let us know if this is a topic you’d like to hear more about.
In the following uncensored, unedited podcast (sorry if there’s any offensive bloopers I meant to edit out 🙂 it’s been a busy week!) RealGamerNewz discusses a bunch of heavy topics for about 45 minutes including Review Scores, Indie VS AAA Games, Console Gaming and it’s current state as well as its future, Used Games and their effect on the industry when weighed against their convenience to the consumer, and more. Some of the other topics we cover are including, but not limited to, the pre-order culture, the over-saturation of DLC in the industry and publishers removing content that was meant to be part of the full game just so they can sell it back to us as DLC, other forms of consumer abuse such as misleading marketing or false advertising, and the effects all of this is having on the growing distrust of major video game developers and publisher worldwide from their consumer-base.
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This is the first episode with Mike way out on the coast! We’ve left you all for too long though without giving you a Dangerously Smart fix. So here we are again to entertain, educate and have a great time! Season 2 Episode 9 – The first long distance episode
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