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Sonic Boom wasn’t always imagined as a Wii U game. During early development, it started out as Sonic Synergy, and was different from the final product in quite a few ways.

Sonic Stadium managed to obtain an extended version of a Sonic Synergy trailer that surfaced this week. Different designs for Eggman, improved visuals, and more are present in the video. Have a look at it below.


GameXplain just wrapped up a live stream for Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice showcasing the game’s first hour. We’ve posted the archived version below.

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice is now available in North America, and 3DS owners in Europe will be able to play it starting on Friday. See the launch trailer below.

Two new 3DS games are out today at retail: River City: Tokyo Rumble and Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice. If you’re not interested in the physical versions, going digital on the eShop is an option.

River City: Tokyo Rumble takes up 1,263 blocks (157.875 MB). Meanwhile, Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice requires 13,268 (1,658.5 MB) blocks.

IGN has just uploaded a video containing the first 15 minutes of Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice to their YouTube channel. You can watch the video below.

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice will be out in just a few days, but some publications have the game early. Watch 30 minutes of footage below from a live stream hosted by ntower.

Today, SEGA published three more character action videos for Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice. Find gameplay videos based on Sticks, Tails, and Knuckles below.

A new Japanese Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice video specifically focuses on the action skills for Amy. We’ve posted it below.

During a TGS 2016 stream this week, SEGA showed off the latest live gameplay from Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice. View some footage from the Japanese version below.

ntower has shared more footage from Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice, with the latest video containing 12 minutes of gameplay. View it below.

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