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YouTube Channel: Sonic the Hedgehog 2D Review

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

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Our latest video takes an in-depth look at Sonic the Hedgehog 2D; a fan remake of Sonic’s story from Sonic the Hedgehog 06, developed by Badog and Shadowfan. Does simply making Sonic 06 a 2-dimensional game cure it of all its problems? Click below to find out!

Sonic the Hedgehog 2D is available to download now by clicking this link.

YouTube Channel: Old Builds of Sonic Time Twisted

Monday, July 10th, 2017

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As a companion piece to our previous video review of Sonic Time Twisted, we have now published a video feature on 3 of the older builds of the game. Join us as we go back a decade to see the roots of the game’s development and discuss what elements changed and what elements stayed all the way until the final release:

Sonic Time Twisted by Overbound Game Studio is out now and can be downloaded from the studio’s official website.

YouTube Channel: Sonic Time Twisted Review

Saturday, July 8th, 2017

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Sonic Time Twisted is a Sonic fan game that has been in development for 12 years by Overbound Game Studio. In April 2017 the full game was finally released and in this video we take an in depth look at the completed game:

Sonic Time Twisted is available to download for free by clicking this link.

Video Spotlight: Classic Sonic Gameplay Footage from Sonic Forces

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

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SEGA have unveiled the first extended look at Classic Sonic’s gameplay from Sonic Forces. It resembles his gameplay from Sonic Generations very closely except keen-eyed viewers have noticed his move-set may have been expanded to include the drop-dash from Sonic Mania.

The stage featured is a remixed version of Green Hill Zone that has been flooded with sand, a result of “the heavy desertification caused by Eggman’s industries”. Check out the gameplay trailer by clicking below:

Sonic Forces is scheduled for release in Winter 2017 for Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Its development is being lead by Sonic Team.

Video Spotlight: Sonic Forces Direct Feed Modern Sonic Gameplay

Friday, March 17th, 2017

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The first direct feed footage of Sonic Forces is now available to view below. It showcases Modern Sonic doing his thing in a post apocalyptic city-setting that’s interspersed with scenery from Green Hill Zone. What’s even more surprising is the footage is in 60fps. However there is currently no word on whether all versions of the game are going to run at 60fps, but this is certainly a promising demonstration. The gameplay is extremely similar to that of Sonic Generations and we even see the return of the red star rings. Take a look:

Sonic Forces launches for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC in Winter 2017.

Project Sonic 2017 is Sonic Forces, First Gameplay Revealed at SXSW

Friday, March 17th, 2017

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The final title for Project Sonic 2017 has finally been revealed at SXSW. The game will be called Sonic Forces and will follow a similar gameplay style to Sonic Unleashed, Sonic Colours and Sonic Generations. The first footage of the game in action is currently only available via off-screen recordings from SXSW but you can view it in the following SEGA News Bits video:

The gameplay shows a ruined city that is interspersed with scenery that appears to have been taken from Green Hill Zone. This has lead many to speculate that the game will follow a plot that sees Modern Sonic and Classic Sonic’s worlds colliding and creating stages that look like they’ve fused together.

Sonic Forces will launch on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC in Winter 2017.

[Source: SEGAbits]

Video Spotlight: Flying Battery Confirmed for Sonic Mania

Friday, March 17th, 2017

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The latest retro Sonic stage to be confirmed for an appearance in Sonic Mania is now the Flying Battery Zone from Sonic & Knuckles. The stage appears in a remixed form that has a different layout to the original, but has plenty of nods and gimmicks that call back to the original stage. Check it out below:

It’s also worth mentioning that we recently got an insight into how the 2nd act of Sonic Mania’s take on the Green Hill Zone is playing out. The following video shows how the progression from act 1 to act 2 occurs and how different the 2nd act is in comparison. There’s some interesting new gimmicks and some lovely nods to early Sonic the Hedgehog screenshots that showed mountains in the background. Take a look:

Sonic Mania will launch this summer on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

YouTube Channel: Sonic Month!

Monday, May 30th, 2016

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The celebrate the 25th anniversary of the original Sonic the Hedgehog title, myself and Project Phoenix Productions are running a special month of Sonic-related videos and let’s plays on our respective YouTube channels.

Our channel will be hosting a Sonic Adventure let’s play while Project Phoenix Proudctions will be hosting a Sonic Adventure 2 let’s play (starting soon). We are joined by various members of the Sonic community for both and we’ve also got a roundtable discussion video live where myself, Titanscreed, The Gatestormer and Dreadknux discuss what the Sonic franchise means to us. Check below for the first videos to be available in Sonic Month:


YouTube Channel: Game Gear & Master System Emulation on the Revo K101+

Saturday, February 13th, 2016

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In today’s video we take a look at the GBA clone console, the Revo K101+. This unit surprisingly comes with support for both Game Gear and Master System emulation, which is what we’re looking at here:

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YouTube Channel: 200th Video Bootleg Sonic Games Special!

Thursday, February 11th, 2016

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We’ve made it to 200 video uploads on our YouTube channel! To celebrate we’re looking at the stranger side of the bootleg spectrum by taking a look at Sonic the Hedgehog bootlegs for the Nintendo Game Boy:

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