It’s been two years in the making, but Sanzaru Games’ Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice for the Nintendo 3DS is finally upon us. Having launched for the Americas just yesterday, the third installment of the spinoff series will be arriving in Europe this Friday while Japanese hopefuls will have to wait another month. Promises were made about the game shaping up to be better and faster-paced than the preceding Shattered Crystal, and according to most critics, Sanzaru certainly delivered.
You can check out the launch trailer above, as well as a review roundup below!
Announced at the 25th Anniversary Party, Sonic project 2017 “is not a sequel”. During the CG trailer we see an image of destruction in which Eggman mechs have taken over, as Sonic charges towards them he’s joined by… well… you’ll see. Continue reading Project Sonic 2017 Announced
With Sonic Lost World now available in Europe, SEGA has put out one last trailer for each version to showcase Sonic’s latest adventure on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Lots of gameplay and cutscene clips are shown from various stages of the game, and there’s even some dialogue in there. As you’d expect, Sonic and Eggman sure don’t sound happy about having to work together.
Our own Jay Egge Mann (aka Disco Ponies) of The Sonic Show is battling against popular videogame radio show VGM:Awesome and well known member of the First4Figures community, JonoD (aka Cobraroll) to see who is the ultimate fan.
Once you have decided who’s side you are on, you can tune in at 8pm UK time at The Sonic Show Live channel.
SEGA released two new trailers yesterday for next months Mario & Sonic collaboration sequel Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. Like the last two trailers we get to see more Wii and DS gameplay but this time for some of the ice events such as Hockey, Figure Skating and Bob Sleigh. The Wii trailer allows us to see more of how each event is controlled from Wii Remote to Balance Board. Shaping up to be alot of fun with some friends over.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games will be released for both Wii and DS formats in the U.S. October 13th and October 16th in the UK.
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