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SEGA Tunes: Watch Tomoya Ohtani’s Sonic Forces Live Set from TGS 2017

Friday, September 29th, 2017

During the 2017 Tokyo Game Show, Tomoya Ohtani performed a short live set of music from Sonic Forces to promote the upcoming Sonic Team title. He was joined on stage by vocalists Jon Underdown and Nana Hatori and the performance has become infamous for Ohtani’s use of the air horn sound effect. You can watch the set by clicking below:

Sonic Forces launches worldwide on November 7th 2017 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Video Spotlight: Sonic Lost World TGS Trailer

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

A new Sonic: Lost World trailer has appeared during the Tokyo Game Show. The Japanese trailer features a hugely insightful look at the final game and features a tonne of new gameplay footage. Check it out:

[Source: The Sonic Stadium]

Video Spotlight: Phantasy Star Nova Announced for PS Vita

Monday, September 9th, 2013

A new Phantasy Star title has been announced at the Tokyo Game Show for PS Vita. The new title is called Phantasy Star Nova and you can watch the announcement trailer below:

Meanwhile the West is still waiting on the release of Phantasy Star Online 2 so fans of the series might not want to get their hopes up for Nova.

[Source: RadioSEGA]

Ryu Ga Gotoku Ishin Will Release on PS3 AND PS4

Monday, September 9th, 2013

A shock announcement from the Tokyo Game Show! Ryu Ga Gotoku Ishin will be the first in the series to be a multi-platform and cross generational release and will receive a release on both the PS3 and PS4.

Check out the dramatic and rather violent first trailer for the game below. It also includes an English translation:

[Source: RadioSEGA]

Video Spotlight: Black Leopard: New Yakuza Chapter 2 Teaser

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Check out this new teaser of Black Leopard: New Yakuza Chapter 2 due in Spring 2012:

Click here to watch the teaser at Eurogamer because their stupid player doesn’t support embedding.

The game is playable for the first time at the Tokyo Game Show on the 15th of September until the 18th.

[Source: Eurogamer]

Some of SEGA’s TGS Line-Up Revealed

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

SEGA will be showing the following games at the Tokyo Game Show:

Binary Domain (PS3/360)
Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure (3DS)
Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend (PSP)
Phantasy Star Online 2 (PC)
7th Dragon 2020 (PSP)
Anarchy Reigns (PS3/360)
Sonic Generations (PS3/3DS)
Phantasy Star Online 2 (PC)
Yakuza: Black Panther 2 (PSP)

So that’s another 2 games announced! A new 7th Dragon game is coming to PSP (the original was released on DS and was Japan-only) and ANOTHER Hatsune Miku game is making its’ way to PSP.

[Source: SEGAShiro]

Jun Senoue Confirmed for TGS Performance, 3rd Generations OST?

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Jun Senoue, famed composer of many a Sonic game, has confirmed he will be performing on the SEGA stage of the Tokyo Game Show on Sunday September 18th. Jun will be performing alone and is planning an interesting playlist.

“I need to think about the songs to play there and I know it will be a great opportunity to play some from Generations.”

In other news, Jun has also confirmed that the 2 Sonic Generations CDs we discovered artwork for are in fact Japanese pre-order items for anyone pre-ordering either the PS3/360 or 3DS versions.

“They are sort of giveaway CDs. I will work on the soundtrack CD of Sonic Generations later.”

That last comment seems to indicate that Jun is arranging a proper Generations soundtrack CD for a later release. More on this as we get it!

[Source: Sonic Wrecks]

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