Plays great and looks really smooth on the PC; only about four hours in but can't complain so far. You can use a 360 controller but I'm opting for MKB. I should probably go back to using Fraps and hosting for screenshots to show some quality, the Steam screenshot feature compresses them a fair bit.
Well, Sega Europe issued a statement to Kotaku as follows:
"SEGA is committed to supporting any fans that take an interest in our games, and where possible we do so by involving them in Beta tests and other development, marketing or research opportunities. However we need to protect our intellectual property rights and this may result in us requesting that our fans remove online imagery, videos or games in some instances."
That's that, I guess. If you managed to snag it, congratulations. Ugh. I guess there's really no point in arguing it, I have never really seen Sega as some benevolent entity in this generation anyhow. Best of luck to Bombergames on their future endeavors.
Sega forcefully removed the link until "further notice." No one is really allowed to talk about it whom isn't a part of Bomber Games or Sega apparently over on their forums. This might just go the way of Chrono Resurrection, but still pretty baffling since it seems clear to me that they had permission this whole time.
After 8 years in development, the Street of Rage Remake final version (5.0) has finally come! I'm assuming most SoR fans have already heard of it (I believe yesterday was its official release) but its news to me and for anyone else who might have fond memories of this brawler series.
Link to project blog is here. Link to forums is here.
I missed almost the entirety of the SSF4 matches at the tail-end (just gave up due to the stream pausing after about 20 minutes), but still good to see this come from them. Had minimal issues with the MvC2 match at least, which was a damn nice set of fights.