Submit a news tip



Sanzaru Games

GameSpot caught up with Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice creative director Matt Kraemer to learn more about the game. Much of the discussion pertained to how this title improves upon the original and listening to fan feedback.

Per usual, we’ve rounded up the interesting responses below. For the full discussion, head on over to GameSpot.

With new previews coming online today, gameplay footage for Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice is in. You’ll find a bunch of clips below.

A new Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice video is now available showing pure gameplay. Have a look at it below.

A new Japanese Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice video is now online showing Sonic’s action skills. In the video below, the air dash and speed dash are both featured.

SEGA showcased Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice during its live stream program on Niconico once again today. Find the recorded gameplay below.

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice was showcased during one of SEGA’s recent Japanese live streams. Check out a recording of the gameplay below.

More off-screen Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice footage has emerged. In addition to showing more of the Ice World, we also get a look at the opening. View the video below.

SEGA released a new trailer for Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice today. It’s in Japanese, but new footage is shown. You can view it below.

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice is featured in this week’s issue of Famitsu bringing along the latest information. In addition, screenshots have come online today.

First, a Sonic 25th anniversary theme is planned. This will be distributed to early buyers of the game. You can see what it looks like above.

We also have these screenshots:

And some details:

Backstory

An irregular weather phenomenon assaults the world, and Sonic and Amy go to an ice island to investigate the mystery. Suddenly, a mysterious energy gushes out and showers both of them, giving them the ability to control fire and ice. Sonic reunites with his group afterwards, but there’s also an eerie shadow lurking around…

Thanks to Amazon, we now have the Japanese Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice boxart. See the image attached above.

Source