Sonic Forces devs on the game’s custom character
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For the first time, Sonic fans will be able to create their own original character in Sonic Forces. Producer Shun Nakamura spoke about the feature in an interview with Polygon.
Nakamura indicated that customization won’t be “as in depth as Fallout or some of those other extremely complex creation mechanics.”
Sonic Forces TGS footage, developer interview
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SEGA stopped by Otakumode’s live stream at the Tokyo Game Show yesterday in a big way. Gameplay was shown, and developers were on hand to speak about the game. Watch the full recording below.
Video: Behind the scenes of Sonic Forces’ orchestra theme
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SEGA shared a new video today that offers a sneak peek at how the London Symphony Orchestra helped build the main orchestra theme featured in Sonic Forces. Check it out below.
Sonic Forces Switch file size
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A listing on Amazon Japan reveals the file size for Sonic Forces on Switch. If you plan on downloading the game, 7.042GB of space is required.
Sonic Forces launches on November 7. SEGA will be selling the game both physically and digitally.
Sonic Forces – English story trailer
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SEGA has prepared an official English version of the new Sonic Forces story trailer that was recently released in Japanese. See it below.
Steins;Gate Elite now official for Switch, out Spring 2018 in Japan
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Early accounts from this week’s Famitsu suggested that Steins;Gate Elite is bound for Switch. Based on the latest information from the magazine, it’s now absolutely official. Steins;Gate Elite is hitting Switch in Spring 2018 in Japan.
The new version of Steins;Gate is a “full animation adventure game”. It’s totally different from the series’ traditional style. Famitsu also says that every second of the anime has been captured for the game, and new routes not present in the show are in the works. WhiteFox, the same animation studio that produced the anime, is in charge of production.
Steins;Gate Elite seemingly coming to Switch
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Steins;Gate Elite seems to be on track for Switch. Earlier today, Famitsu posted a small image of an article included in its new issue due out tomorrow. Only PlayStation platforms had been previously been confirmed, but it looks like Switch will be included as well.
Famitsu’s preview only offers a very small look at the opening two-page spread of the article. However, we’re able to see that a red label is included, which is generally reserved for Switch games. Unless Famitsu is messing with us, Steins;Gate Elite will be coming to Switch.
It’s worth noting that SEGA lists Steins;Gate Elite for Switch on its official Tokyo Game Show website. The consensus, however, was that this was a mistake. Famitsu’s latest issue apparently proves that the listing was originally spot on.
SEGA aware of Sonic Adventure 3 interest, but will only happen if it can advance the series
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Sonic fans have long been interested in SEGA creating a new Sonic Adventure game. However, the sub-series hasn’t been touched in many, many years. And based on new comments from Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka, SEGA isn’t in a rush to create Sonic Adventure 3.
In an interview with Polygon, Iizuka explained:
“I hear people saying that they want Adventure 3, but the path that we’re on and … Adventure 3, what fans want that to be, might not be an advancement of the series. So I don’t want to do an Adventure 3 and step the franchise back just to give the fans what they want.”
Sonic Forces – Episode Shadow will be free, coming at launch, first video
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Earlier today, news leaked out that Sonic Forces is getting “Episode Shadow” DLC. SEGA has now made the news official.
All Sonic Forces players will have access to Episode Shadow at launch for free. The prequel content “explores Shadow’s allegiance, the fate of Team Dark, and the origin of the mysterious villain, Infinite.”
View the first video for Sonic Forces – Episode Shadow below.
Sonic Forces – “Episode Shadow” DLC leaked
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A listing on the Xbox Store reveals the existence of “Episode Shadow” DLC for Sonic Forces. In it, players will “uncover the untold story of the new villain, Infinite, and rediscover three updated stages playing as Shadow.” You’ll also be able to play as Shadow in over ten Modern Sonic based stages.
SEGA has not yet officially announced the Episode Shadow DLC for Sonic Forces. However, we do know that news about the game will be shared this week. The news blast may cover the DLC news or something else entirely.