Puyo Puyo Tetris may seem like an odd title but a lot of people have been enjoying it. The title comes with a few little extra features that you may not be aware of. Firstly, your friends can see what game mode you have been playing via your Switch Profile meaning if you have been incredibly social and been playing multiplayer a lot, it will display you have been playing Multiplayer. Same goes for Solo Arcade and the other modes.
Also there is a code which you can punch in at the title screen with a sequence of button presses which will unlock all of the Story Mode’s unlockable features including characters, skins, alternate voice packs and more. Content from the shop is not included and will still have to be obtained by normal means.
If you would like to use the code, you can find it in the video below:
Source: Kaiser GX & DJ Music Clues (Twitter)
Developer: Sonic Team
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Release Date: 25th of April, 2017 Continue reading [Review] Making a Connection with Puyo Puyo Tetris
Getting ample coverage by Famitsu this week is Sonic Forces and the information that has been revealed, is nothing to turn one’s nose at, so here’s a run through of what was revealed: Continue reading Sonic Forces has Been in Development since 2013 and Will be at E3 2017
For April Fool’s, SEGA brought 8-Bit Bayonetta to PC and shared a link to a webpage, which saw a clock counting down. Only now the clock has hit 0 and the reveal has come!
Continue reading It’s Official! Bayonetta is now Available on Steam
Later on this year, not one but two Sonic titles are coming to the Nintendo Switch and it turns out that the sheer difference between the two titles, is somewhat intentional.
During an interview with Twinfinite, SEGA Product Manager Jim Dyer, specifically stated that while Sonic Mania is a true Sonic game, it is a game that essentially only appeals to the fans, whereas Sonic Forces is a Sonic game for everyone to play and enjoy and a way of making the Sonic franchise something far more than it is. Here are his comments in full: Continue reading Sonic Mania is for the Fans but Sonic Forces is for Everyone!
The April Fool’s hijinks continue and this time, we’re covering one that comes straight from SEGA.
Continue reading [April Fool’s] 8-bit Bayonetta Comes to Steam!
The Sonic Forces cat is out of the bag and with it, details and footage is seeping out slowly, yet surely and now we have official Sonic Forces gameplay footage that you can see right here:
Just like Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, it seems Sonic Forces is a full on 2017 evolution that is intended to impress us and make us relive some of our childhood memories. But what do you think of Sonic Forces? Let us know!
Source: Sonic the Hedgehog (YouTube)
At last Project Sonic 2017 has a name and that name is Sonic Forces!
I’m not a huge fan of the name, but at least SEGA did have a bit of style when they revealed it to us. Playing the trailer for Sonic Forces that we saw last year, which played pretty much exactly like it did before, only to then have Sonic Forces appear at the end of it. Although I’m not to show how it will do for Nintendo Switch since it’s releasing in the Holiday period, which is the same time Super Mario Odyssey is to release. (I hope their sales battle won’t affect their next Olympic debut.) Continue reading Goodbye Project Sonic 2017 and Hello Sonic Forces!
In case you didn’t get the memo, there was a huge Sonic panel at South by Southwest and a ton of stuff was revealed (including the name for Project Sonic 2017,) but before we begin our Project Sonic 2017 coverage, which is to be done via a separate post, this is our Sonic Mania coverage. Continue reading Sonic Mania’s Spring Release is off the table (Will now Release in Summer 2017 instead)
Just in case anyone has forgotten about the upcoming Sonic panel at the upcoming South by Southwest event, via the Official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter account, SEGA have taken to sharing this particular tweet on Twitter:
The image of course, is the very same giant Eggman robots previously seen in the debut trailer and are an obvious hint as to what we can expect when the panel gets underway on the 16th of March at 15:00 p.m. PT.
Whatever Sonic/Switch related news gets revealed, you can expect to see full coverage right here.
Source: @sonic_hedgehog (Twitter)
From news of a Zelda panel at GDC 2017, it’s time for news of a Sonic panel.
During South by Southwest 2017, SEGA will be hosting a panel that will see Takashi Iizuka on hand, who will be joined by Aaron Webber, Mike Pollock and Roger Craig Smith. The panel promises an “exclusive behind-the-scenes look” at both Sonic Mania and Project Sonic 2017, as well as new reveals. Continue reading SEGA Will be Hosting a Very Special Sonic Panel at SXSW 2017
Remember a few months ago when it came to light Tantalus Media were working on a couple of games for the Nintendo Switch? Well one of those games is Sonic Mania.
Not to be mistaking with Project Sonic 2017, Sonic Mania is a 2D platform game packed with pixel and is expected to release at some time later on this year.
Source: Nintendo Everything
For those of you who are desperate for some Project Sonic 2017, the good news is we’ve got some! Continue reading Recent SEGA Event Turns up New Project Sonic 2017 Details
The year of anniversaries continues as the speedy, blue hedgehog created by Sega, celebrated his 25th last week and sure we should have done this on the day, (June 23rd) but with all the news that was expected to following the celebration, we felt it was best to put it off until now and then go over everything! Whilst at the same time dedicating another day to such a momentous occasion. Continue reading 25 Years of Sonic!
Numerous Capcom Titles and Sonic The Hedgehog games have gone on sale in the Nintendo eShop for Wii U & 3DS in the United States this week so if you are looking to bag a bargain, now is most definitely a good time. You can find the list of game that have gone on sale below;
- Mega Man Legacy Collection – $9.99
- Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – $13.99
- Resident Evil Revelations – $4.99
- Resident Evil Mercenaries 3D – $4.99
- Street Fighter 4 – $4.99
Sonic The Hedgehog
- Sonic Generations – $19.99
- Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble- $3.99
Nintendo Wii U
- Duck Tales Remastered – $5.10
- Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – $13.59
- Resident Evil Revelations – $9.99
Sonic The Hedgehog
- Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric – $19.99
- Sonic Lost World – $19.99