Despite what we had previously reported, the third Nintendo-exclusive Sonic game will in fact not release this year. IGN’s Rich George had taken the time to discuss matters with SEGA, stating that the announcement made by the Nintendo of Germany PR was false after all. Continue reading
During a press release, a Nintendo of Germany PR has revealed information regarding the release of the three Nintendo-exclusive Sonic games. The titles announced so far include Sonic Lost World for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, along with Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games for Wii U. Continue reading
New details have emerged for Sonic Lost World – the second Sonic game being developed exclusively for Nintendo systems in the new partnership between Nintendo and SEGA. This partnership, revealed during the latest Nintendo Direct, is set to consist of three Sonic titles – the first game revealed being the next instalment in the Mario & Sonic series, while the third game has yet to be announced.
Today’s Nintendo Direct presentation has been relatively short, yet we’ve heard a couple of new release dates, and a totally unexpected partnership between Nintendo and SEGA! Read on for our round-up of today’s shenanigans. Continue reading
SEGA’s released its annual financial results, including its forecast for the coming year, revealing that the Japanese developer and publisher has strong plans for Nintendo platforms within the next twelve months. Continue reading
After announcing its localisation in January, publisher Namco Bandai has released a brand-new trailer for Project X Zone, which confirms that the exclusive 3DS title will be hitting European shores on 5th July. Continue reading
If some leaked artwork is to be believed, SEGA is remaking the classic Mega Drive platformer, Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse. The leaked material shows digital boxart from a potential Xbox Live Arcade version, although with a SEGA representative recently stating that the developer has “some fantastic developments for Wii U in the pipeline”, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the game arrive in the Nintendo eShop – if it is actually in development. Continue reading
Following Aliens: Colonial Marines’ critical acclaim… Okay, we’re kidding. Since Aliens: Colonial Marines launched to almost entirely negative reviews on other platforms earlier this week, rumour had it that SEGA had since delayed the Wii U version ‘indefinitely’. Continue reading