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Gaming / Re: Sales!
« Last post by Berto on February 13, 2018, 12:47:21 am »
General SEGA Discussion / Sonic is finally on the battlefield he was born for
« Last post by Berto on February 12, 2018, 08:22:26 pm »

Sonic the Hedgehog's gaming career has blossomed in the past decade. He's gone to the Olympics with Mario. He's punched Mario in the face in Super Smash Bros. He's headlined a kart racer with an all-star cast. And now Sonic is finally on the battlefield he was born for: powering up into golden Super Sonic in Dragon Ball FighterZ. Bless you, PC modders. You're doing the lord's work.
Do you have a link to that source?

This one :

Another source :

SEGA PR and social media manager Aaron Webber has come forward to shoot down the recent rumors that a new entry in its kart racing series is on the way.

"Hi guys – saw rumors floating today about another SART game. Just wanted to confirm it's not a thing," Webber said in a post on Twitter.
Wasn't there an article about this on the front page... err, main site? Whatever you call it? And then it was updated with Aaron Weber's tweet that this isn't SART? And now it's gone? In any case, the rumors seem to be persisting. Apparently a toy manufacturer has let slip that they are making toys for a new Sonic racer.

Do you have a link to that source?
General SEGA Discussion / Re: SEGA Games List - 2018
« Last post by Berto on February 12, 2018, 12:59:38 am »
Added release date for Soul Reverse (Arcade) : February 22, 2018

Link :
Also, the Dragon's Trap remake has a Limited Run Games PS4 release and a multi-language version in asia thats region free. So lots of ways to own it, at least for PS4.
BTW, the already digitally-released Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap remake is getting a physical release
as well....on February 13th, this coming Tuesday.
Awesome. I'll be getting the PS4 version.

Glad this is getting done as I've been more interested in this game than the WB3 remake that came out a little while back.

Update:  PS4 also.


FDG Entertainment has revealed that the upcoming Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom will launch in both digital and physical formats, with Sega helping in the publication of the latter.

Monster Boy is seen as the spiritual successor to the famous Wonder Boy series, which Sega owns the rights to. Previous Wonder Boy games were released on Sega systems, and the third entry was recently rebooted on Switch.

Both the digital and physical versions of Monster Boy will launch in the summer at the same time.

Alright, I'm sold.
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