Articles tagged with: Sonic
Alongside Sonic, and the recently announced Danica Patrick and Joe Musashi, comes Wreck-It Ralph ready to transform his video game based movie presence into a real video game appearance. Wreck-It Ralph is the starring antagonist of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ next full length animated theatrical release of which bears the same name in both the movie and the fictional video game. Is Sega overdoing it a little with all the cross advertising of video game characters?
Sega’s next iteration in the kart racing series featuring the fast moving hedgehog was shown off at E3 with two new characters to choose from. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed will now include Joe Mushashi from Shinobi and Danica Patrick from…the real world of NASCAR. Is this the best marketing strategy they could come up with?
PS Vita was tragically undersold by Sony during their E3 keynote speech. An early leak spoiled the Assassin’s Creed 3: Liberation announcement, so our only “surprise” came when we got a title for an already announced Call of Duty game. Oh, we got a logo too.
We’ve scanned the list of confirmed upcoming games. Here are some of the most noteworthy
Sonic and all his pals are making a return to the race track, this time as virtual triathletes of the land, water and sky in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.
Sonic & All-Stars is transforming this holiday season on the PS3 and PS Vita with shiny new vehicles, characters, dynamic tracks and a defensive weapons system. Inspired by some of the retro classics Sega is more or less known for, Transformed is bringing more than meets the eye.
This is a tough generation for Japanese devs working on PS3 with sales and enthusiasm for their products down well below normal and healthy levels.
The UK PS3 game sales charts for 2011 (compiled by GFK Chart-Track) featured no games in the top 10 from Japan. The list was instead dominated by American, Australian, Canadian and European studios. In addition, Japanese devs barely figured in the top 100 multiplatform charts too, excluding the always prolific Nintendo devs.
It has been 20 years since Sonic burst onto the video game scene. The fleet-footed face of the Sega franchise has been saving cute animals from physically disproportionate evil doctors for a full two decades.
To commemorate the history of Sonic, Sonic Team has constructed a game which will allow gamers to play both as the Sonic of today and the 1991 original.
Sonic the Hedgehog turns 20 this year and SEGA has big plans for our little blue friend. They have released a brief teaser trailer for a new Sonic game that’s headed to the PSN and Xbox LIVE later this year.
Medal of Honor, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Vanquish, Fallout: New Vegas, Sonic the Hedgehog: Episode 1, FIFA 2011, PES 2011 and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West: these are just some of the games that have stormed the charts in October.
If July will be remembered for its summer shutdown, then October will be known for its abundance of games. What’s more: they were mostly quality. Yes, some underachieved, and others were predictable, but all were worth a play, and play we did…
The wait is finally over. After 16 years of begging, Sonic has finally gone back to his 2D roots. This might not be the Sonic game that you were hoping for, but it’s easily one of Sonic’s greatest adventures yet. Assuming that you actually give the blue hedgehog a chance.
Originally released as a launch title for the SEGA Dreamcast, Sonic Adventure blew people away with its awesomness in 1999. To many, it’s still the greatest 3D Sonic game ever made. Now that the game is available on the PlayStation Network, we get to revisit an important piece of gaming history.
By now, you most likely have read that this game is absolutely horrible. Is this really the case? Has Sonic Adventure aged so badly that it’s nearly unplayable?
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed seventy developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing ten more.
Blue streak, speeds by… this October.
SEGA released a new trailer showing off the revamped Lost Labyrinth zone.
Sonic 4 is slowly becoming more like the classic Sonic games we all loved. That is definitely a good thing.
The SEGA Dreamcast classic is coming to the PlayStation Network next week.
Welcome back, Sonic. It’s been a long time.
At the moment if you were to mention ‘Sonic’ to most people, the response would be an opinion on Sonic 4 and whether it will rise to glory or fail worse than Robotnik after six cans of lager.
If you look closely though, Sonic 4 isn’t the only Sonic game heading to the PSN. Let SEGA take you back into the past with Sonic Adventure.
Sonic 4 has been delayed.