Sega Launches Free Game Site

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Sega has launched its own online gaming website called Play Sega.

The site currently contains a combination of new flash games and previously released titles such as Brain Assist, which appeared on the DS, and the mobile version of Mario And Sonic At The Olympic Games.

Sega also revealed that a VIP section will soon appear, which will allow gamers to play established titles from the Megadrive era for a fee.

"SEGA fans and new gamers alike can now come together in one place and enjoy some of our most exciting vintage and new titles," said Nick Pili, Sega of Europe's Network Business Director.
"There was a story out there recently that we have a locked vault full of retro SEGA classics in Japan. Well, it’s true - and we’ve been given full access to a lot of the properties in it.”

Play Sega launched today and offers free registration.


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