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Sonic The Hedgehog #47

Wed Dec 22, 2021 17 d

The ROAD TO #50 continues here! Enjoy a TEN-ISSUE-long adventure leading up to the EPIC SHOWDOWN in milestone issue #50.

Amy, Tangle, Jewel, and Belle’s peaceful camping trip is still up in flames… literally. The fire is blazing but all the tension from before has melted away and the heroines are ready to save the day! Plus, being confronted with such danger has some reevaluating their futures… Find out more in the final part of “Trial by Fire”!

Imposter Syndrome #2

Wed Jan 12, 2022 38 d

The ROAD TO #50 continues here! Enjoy a TEN-ISSUE-long-adventure leading up to the EPIC SHOWDOWN in milestone issue #50.Surge and Kit are put to the test! Dr. Starline is almost ready to launch his grand plan, but first he must ensure his creations can perform under pressure. But more powerful doesn’t always mean better… can Surge and Kit live up to the heroes that inspired their creation?

Sonic The Hedgehog #48

Wed Feb 23, 2022 80 d

The ROAD TO #50 continues here! Enjoy a TEN-ISSUE-LONG-ADVENTURE leading up to the EPIC SHOWDOWN in milestone issue #50.

The Chaotix are on the case! Central City has been turned upside-down by unmanageable traffic, and reports of lightning and water moving in odd ways have the city’s emergency services scratching their heads. Is it a sewer-dwelling crocodile, a pair of unruly brothers, or something more sinister? Whatever it may be, Vector, Espio, and Charmy are sure to uncover the truth.

Sonic The Hedgehog 2

Fri Apr 8, 2022 124 d

Sequel to the 2020 movie.

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    SEGA Gains Ground in the Video Game Market

    According to a report in today’s issue of the Wall Street Journal, SEGA has made a strong gain in the video game markets, pulling away some of the market share from Sony and Nintendo.

    Here are the numbers for market share in 4th Quarter 1999 (4th Quarter 1998 numbers follow in parentheses):

    Sony – 52.9% (About 63%)
    Nintendo – 31.8% (About 37%)
    Sega – 15.3% (0.1%)

    Sony – 64.3% (About 64%)
    Nintendo – 28.6% (About 35%)
    Sega – 7.1% (0.6%)

    So as you can see, SEGA’s put a dent in the numbers, primarily Nintendo. The question now: Can SEGA keep this rise up when Nintendo and Sony launch their new systems later down the road?

    For more details, I have placed a transcript of the full article here.