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Sonic The Hedgehog #52

Wed Aug 24, 2022 11 d

Every Badnik is on high alert in Eggperial City! It’s going to take some quick thinking from Sonic and crew to escape undetected. Meanwhile, Surge plots her comeback-she needs more power, and she needs it now.

Sonic The Hedgehog #53

Wed Sep 28, 2022 46 d

Surge is angry, and she’s about to make it everyone’s problem… At least everyone in Central City. Sonic’s friends race to stop her rampage, but there’s something different about her. Something…more powerful.

StH: Scrapnik Island #1

Wed Oct 19, 2022 67 d

It was a dark and stormy night. Harsh rain from an unnatural storm fell upon Sonic the Hedgehog and Miles “Tails” Prower as they flew above the sea in the Tornado. Lightning strikes, causing the plane to spiral downward into a crash landing on an uncharted island. What Sonic and Tails will soon learn is that the island is no island at all, but the floating remains of the Death Egg. Scrapped, rusted, and malfunctioning Badniks call this place home. Can the friends survive isolation on an island of robots programmed to destroy them?

Sonic The Hedgehog #54

Wed Oct 26, 2022 74 d

Coming to you live from Central City! There appears to be a malfunction with all electronics. Traffic lights are all green, TVs are smoking, and microwaves are beeping nonstop. Can Sonic the Hedgehog save us by lunchtime? I need to warm up my burrito! Stay tuned! Sonic and Tails race to Central City to stop Surge’s rampage, but they’re no match for her this time around.

StH: Scrapnik Island #2

Wed Nov 30, 2022 Tentative

Sonic The Hedgehog 3

Fri Dec 20, 2024 860 d

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    Retro-Bit partners with Sega to produce new old console controllers

    Brand new, officially licensed Sega controllers and accessories are on the horizon. Retro-Bit showed their fresh lineup of Genesis, Saturn, and Dreamcast hardware at CES.

    Aside from new controllers for the original hardware, Retro-Bit will also be producing wired USB and wireless Bluetooth varieties. Also available will be bluetooth adapters for the various consoles, allowing you to use the wireless controllers on the original hardware… well, wirelessly.

    The initial lineup also features standard A/V cables and power adapters, including new VGA boxes for Dreamcast. All in packaging straight out of the 90s.

    No word on pricing or release dates yet.

    The Saturn controller in particular has long been touted by enthusiasts as one of the greatest 2D controllers of all time. So a high-quality modern equivalent would be very welcome. There were official USB Saturn controllers produced by Sega Logistics Service (SLS) several years ago; however, they've long been out of print and fetch a pretty hefty price nowadays.

    Time will tell how well these new products actually stack up to the originals of the 90s. I personally haven't dealth with Retro-Bit, so I can't vouch for their quality. Still… I'm cautiously excited about the prospects.