If gamers started embracing a bit of fear over the future of the Sonic franchise due to Sega's move away from console-based titles and their focus on free-to-play mobile games and online PC games. Well, the lead designer from Sonic Team has stepped forward to calm fears and assuage the panic that some Sonic fans may have taken up after Sega's recent announcement.
If you thought that the current crop of Sonic games were a real chore to play through, you haven't played Sonic on Project Spark. The community toolset was used to recreate the iconic blue hedgehog in a 3D platformer that will either have you clapping or tearing out your hair.
Itís a relatively decent week on the Nintendo virtual storefront, primarily for those who own a Wii U as a couple of big downloadable titles finally make their way to the eShop and Virtual Console.
You may be surprised to learn that the original Sonic the Hedgehog is not, in fact, available on every platform in existence just yet. But the game is certainly moving one step closer to reaching that goal as Sega today announced the release of its classic platformer for the Android market.
Sega's prime-time racing game for the home consoles and PC has just gone portable. The company announced today that the tri-vehicle racing game has officially launched for Nintendo's 3DS, bringing with it all the fun-filled antics and multiplayer mayhem that made the bigger versions so much fun.
Sonic has confirmed that there are several brand new Sonic games is in the works to coincide with a launch of a new toy line in 2013. The Japanese publishing giant will be unleashing several new digital-only titles as well as a boxed retail game starring everyone's favorite blue hedgehog.
Sega released new screenshots of Wreck-It Ralph making his debut appearance in the upcoming multiplayer kart-racing game, Sonic & All-Sars Racing Transformed. The shots are simple and sweet and gives gamers a brief glimpse at Ralph in action.
Sega released a new trailer for the upcoming multiplayer racing title, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed, featuring the new hotness that is dubstep as well as a smorgasbord of awesome gameplay fetaures that come jam-packed in Sonic's latest racing title.
A new gameplay trailer has been released for Sega's upcoming multi-vehicle, transforming racing game featuring their mildly lovable blue mascot, Sonic. The new trailer is is filled to the brim with dubstep and actually does a fine job of showcasing the game's rich visual tapestry as well as the dynamic and fluid transitions going from land to sea to air.
Anyone who knows Sonic the Hedgehog knows that heís a the kind of guy who likes to get around. If youíve got a gaming console or a portable device, heíll be there with a quickness. That holds true for his latest game, too. Sonic 4: Episode 2 is completing the circuit, finally speeding its way to the Android Market.
Sonic the Hedgehog is a pretty fast dude, but even he takes quite a while to make the journey to Mac. Thatís not so bad considering the fact that heís coming in a double dose of video gaming goodness. Feral interactive has announced that both Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing and Sega Superstars Tennis will be made available for Mac sometime this summer.
Sega really is pulling out all the stops for the upcoming 20th anniversary game featuring the fast-as-lightning blue hedgehog, Sonic. On the road to the game's release, Sega unleashed a brand new epic boss trailer featuring a few new faces as well as many of the classic bosses that helped shape Sonic's legacy over the years.
There are three different eras of the Sonic universe that will be explored in the upcoming platforming adventure game, Sonic Generations. While Sega has already released two trailers featuring the classic era and the Dreamcast era, the newest trailer for the game covers re-imagined stages from the modern era of Sonic games.
With all the stages from previous Sonic games being re-envisioned for the current generation of gaming, gamers will be able to play old stages in new ways, including all the levels from the Sonic games that were on the Dreamcast.
Have you ever wondered what some of those 2D stages in Sonic 2, Sonic 3 and Sonic & Knuckles would look like in full 3D? Well, Sega is turning that "wonder" into a reality in Sonic Generations, as a new trailer was released showing off many of the beloved, old-school side-scrolling levels in high-definition 3D environments.