Finally; some E3 SEGA action! First up today we have a new trailer of the Western version of Yakuza 0. My favourite thing about this title is that defeating enemies results in a delicious spray of money. Check it out:
Sonic the Hedgehog will be making his way into Lego Dimensions. A new trailer that confirms additions for the second year of the game’s existence has revealed that Adventure Time, Ghostbusters, Gremlins, E.T. and most importantly, Sonic the Hedgehog himself will be playable in the game. This obviously means a Lego mini-fig of Sonic is also in the works. Check out Sonic’s reveal in the below trailer:
There are no details as to what Sonic’s appearance in Lego Dimensions fully entails. We don’t know whether Sonic’s addition will come as a part of a story pack, level pack, team pack or fun pack and we don’t know what additional characters from the Sonic franchise will also be appearing. The above artwork does hint that Sonic’s vehicle might be the Tornado if that little bi-plane next to Voldemort is anything to go by. We’ll update this story with more details as we get them.
E3 is right around the corner and now we’ve got a brand new E3 trailer of Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice for the 3DS. This is the first look at the game since it was delayed for a year to give it, “the time and polish needed”. Has the delay been worth it? You be the judge:
That definitely looks like a sequel to Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal to me.
Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice launches on 3DS in September this year. Those lucky Americans can also pre-order a special edition which comes with a bonus DVD that contains some select episodes of the TV show.
A new trailer for the arcade version of Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games has appeared.
The arcade cabinet is an elaborate little thing with a step sensor for events that involve running and two massive joysticks you have to rhythmically fondle for the other events. You can get a little peak at the various events in the new trailer below:
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games launches in arcades worldwide some time this year. It’s exhausting just looking at it.
Digital Foundry are at it once again with a technical analysis video of the new Yakuza 6 demo which is currently exclusive to owners of Yakuza Kiwami. There is also an accompanying article you can read by clicking here. Take a look at the below embed to see the game in action with some insightful commentary on what’s doing differently this time around:
Also for those who are interested, KHH Subs have uploaded a full playthrough of the demo but with added English subtitles:
Yakuza 6 is out in Autumn 2016 for PS4. It is currently exclusive to Japan.
Eurogamer’s tech analysis sub-site Digital Foundry have taken a detailed look at Yakuza Kiwami on PS4. The video showcases the game’s impressive new visuals, some of the additional content added to this release and lots of comparison shots between Kiwami and the original PS2 release. It’s a fascinating video that just makes us want a Western release even more:
You can also read the accompanying article by clicking here. There’s some very detailed analysis of the game’s performance as well as high quality screenshot comparisons.
This compilation of 2 TV sports for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X give us some of the most detailed in-game action we’ve seen to date.
The PS Vita rhythm game launches in Japan on the 24th of March and includes a new Live Quest mode that you can see in action below. We also have new Rush notes which require you to repeatedly tap a certain button.
As with all Project Diva games, there’s a whole heap of new costumes to unlock as well as returning costumes from the previous 2 Project Diva F titles. Check it all out in the embed below:
A PS4 version of the game will launch in Autumn this year. There is currently no word on a Western release for either the PS Vita or PS4 version at this time.
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