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Our SAGE 2016 coverage has now kicked off and we’ve got 3 videos featuring 3 different fan games that you can watch below. If you don’t want to miss out on the action then subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new SAGE videos as soon as they appear and don’t forget to visit the official SAGE website to download all the games.
SAGE runs from 15/10/2016 to 22/10/2016 so download those fan games and have fun!
In one of the most amazing moves by the Sonic fan community, YESMEN10 and Facundo Gomez have developed a fan game of Studiopolis Zone from Sonic Mania. It’s out now and available to download via the links below. We’ve also done a short video on it which you can watch here:
Download Sonic Mania Fan Game Studiopolis Zone from: Mega 4shared
Yakuza 0 is launching in the West early next year (Early 2017 for Europe but a firm January 24th 2017 date for the US) and those lucky Americans get a launch-day “Business Edition” of the game which includes a stainless steel business card holder that includes 3 cards based on characters and places in the actual game. As long as you pre-order the game in North America you will receive a Business Edition which means this edition basically takes the place of what is normally labelled a “day one” edition aka the first print run of the game.
You can also check out a new trailer for the game by clicking below. You can also watch the slightly different European version of the trailer (different release date, no mention of the Business Edition) by clicking here.
In today’s review we take a look at Fox Interactive’s Die Hard Trilogy compilation. Can Probe Entertainment port the Playstation classic to the Saturn and retain its intensive particle effects, multitude of character models and overall detail? Read our full review to find out what we thought of their efforts.
The Sonic Amateur Games Expo is right around the corner and the organisers have put together a brand new trailer that showcases some of the many games that will be featured at this event. Check it out below:
SAGE 2016 starts on October the 15th and finishes on October 22nd. Make sure to bookmark the official website so you don’t miss any of the action.
Watermelon Games have surprise-announced a new Mega Drive title called Papi Commando. Developed by Studio Vetea, the top-down shooter is reminiscent of games like Mercs and Ikari Warriors and is available to purchase right now by clicking this link.
At the time of writing, the limited edition boxed version has sold out, but the raw version which contains the cartridge, instruction manual and a paper insert for a clamshell case is still available to buy for only $29 before post and packaging. Another run of the game in a box is available for pre-order but it won’t ship until the 1st of January 2017.
SEGA Europe are collaborating with Deep Silver to finally bring 7th Dragon III Code: VFD to Europe. The previously Japan exclusive RPG has featured legendary SEGA talent at its helm with Rieko Kodama (Alex Kidd, Phantasy Star) producing and Yuzo Koshiro (Sonic 8 bit, Streets of Rage) composing the soundtracks. This will be the first time the franchise as made its way to Europe. Check out the E3 trailer for the 3DS game below as well as confirmation of its release date:
Those lucky North Americans are getting a limited Collector’s Edition of Sonic Mania which includes a massive box with new classic-style artwork, a 12″ statue, a metallic card with the download key on it and a replica Mega Drive cartridge that’s been cast with a gold ring on it.
If you’re lucky enough to live in North America or want to pay a big postage and packing fee, you can order the Collector’s Edition from the official Sonic Mania hub by clicking here.
BE WARNED: the Collector’s Edition plus shipping to the UK as well as import fees will set you back a whopping $107.35 which currently works out at £81.32 and that’s only if you don’t get a customs charge on top. Also, Xbox One and PS4 download keys are region exclusive so you’ll have to go for a PC version to make sure you can actually play the game.
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