The Sonic Amateur Games Expo returns for round 2!
The Sonic fangaming event kicks off its second 2014 event on August 3rd and there’s now a trailer featuring a slew of the games that will be available to play. Check it out below:
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The sequel to Sonic Jump is finally here and you can now go and download Hardlight Studio’s Sonic Jump Fever for iOS and Android devices. It’s free as well so it’s certainly worth a look if you enjoyed the original or are simply looking for something new to play on your phone.
Check out the launch trailer for the game below:
The latest edition of Sonic the Comic Online is available to read now.
Issue #264 features 4 great strips featuring Sonic the Hedgehog, the Chaotix crew, Blaze the Cat and Amy Rose and a variety of adventures.
Also included are a series of PC wallpapers, a look back at a classic STC strip and a preview of the next issue.
One of the latest episodes of Game Grumps sees Danny and Arin tackle Decap Attack for the first time. It’s quite an endearing little episode as it’s not often you get to see someone’s ‘first time’ reaction to a game you are overly familiar with. Check it out below:
For those that don’t know, Decap Attack is the Western port of Magical Hat Flying Turbo Adventure. The original game is based on an anime series that was never shown outside Japan so it was given a visual makeover to distance itself from the source material.
The original cast of 1979 horror classic Alien will return in 2 pre-order-only missions for Alien: Isolation.
The 2 missions are called Crew Expendable and Last Survivor and they both take place on the Nostromo with the original film’s cast in tow. Crew Expendable will come with all Alien: Isolation pre-orders while Last Survivor will be exclusive to certain stores that have not been announced at this time.
You can see everyone in action in the DLC trailer which is currently exclusive to IGN. Click here to go and watch it.
Alien: Isolation launches October 7th for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PS4.
A Shining Resonance statue has been announced for release in Japan.
Part of Japan’s Shining Beach Heroines range, the new statue will be on sale on the 12th of November and it will set you back 16,800 yen (around £96).
You can see a preview video of the statue below. Enjoy a rotating lady in a bikini (you might not want to be caught watching this in the office):
A new video went live on our YouTube channel last night. This time we take a look at Traveller’s Tales Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse. Originally released for Mega Drive and SNES in 1994, an enhanced Mega-CD port came the following year and it’s this version we’re looking at in the video. Take a look:
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The Western release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd will receive English subtitles for the song lyrics instead of the phonetic Japanese subtitles that were available in the previous game. You can check out a glimpse of the translated lyrics in the trailer below:
While it’s nice that SEGA have made the effort to give English-speaking players translated song lyrics, it kind of defeats the object of the game as the button presses are timed with the Japanese syllables so fingers crossed the phonetic lyrics are still available.
Mega-Bit are releasing a range of figurines based on anthropomorphised SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis for the Americans) cartridges featuring games such as Sonic the Hedgehog, The Revenge of Shinobi, Golden Axe and Altered Beast. If you want to get your hands on one you’ll have to back the Kickstarter that Mega-Bit are now running until the 1st of August.
A standard figure will set you back $35 with special coloured variants setting you back $50. The figures stand 4.5 inches tall and 7 inches wide so they’re a fairly decent size. If you want a Sonic figure you’d better consider backing the Kickstarter now because this is the only figure that will not be sold outside of the Kickstarter once it finishes.
You can visit the Mega-Bit Kickstarter by clicking this link. There may be some other tier bonuses that take your fancy.