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SEGA published a full trailer for 7th Dragon III Code: VFD ahead of its North American release on Tuesday. We have it below.

SEGA also announced today that all upcoming DLC quests for 7th Dragon III Code: VFD will be free for the first week following their release.

Here’s the rundown on the additional DLC quests, their release timing, and non-promotional week pricing:

Atlus and NIS America’s partnership recently ended. While some were concerned about what this would mean for Atlus games in Europe, the company has struck a deal with a new partner.

A collaboration has been announced today to have Deep Silver publish multiple Atlus and SEGA titles across European and PAL territories. Physical and digital versions of 7th Dragon III Code: VFD, Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, and Persona 5 will be made available.

Dr. Klemens Kundratitz, CEO of Koch Media/Deep Silver, said of today’s news:

“We are delighted to have signed this publishing partnership and look forward to using all our pan-European publishing network to maximize the potential of the ATLUS and SEGA games.”

Atlus and SEGA’s Naoto Hiraoka also mentioned:

“In entering this partnership with Deep Silver, I am truly delighted we will be able to release our titles in the European regions. Not only does the deal span multiple titles, but Deep Silver has a strong presence in European and PAL retailers. They have a strong passion for being able to deliver physical games to our fans in those territories, which we hold in high regard.”

Dates for games have not yet been determined. It was also teased that additional titles are planned for the publishing deal.

Source: Atlus / SEGA PR

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.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD demo footage

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A few days ago, SEGA launched a 7th Dragon III Code: VFD on the North American 3DS eShop. A bunch of footage of the download can be watched below.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD unboxing

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Those who pick up a launch copy of 7th Dragon III Code: VFD will receive a special version of the game containing an art book. SEGA shows off the extra goodie and the package as a whole below.

If you’re in North America, you can now download a demo for 7th Dragon III Code: VFD. SEGA is giving fans a taste of the game before it launches in a couple of weeks. 2,039 blocks (254.875MB) of space are needed for the download.

The 7th Dragon III Code: VFD demo “provides players with a streamlined pre-made group with a character cap of level 10”. Best of all, demo saves transfer over to the main game. Doing so allows you to “refund all the skill points and customize the group any way you want.” It also appears that there’s some sort of reward for transferring saves.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD releases on July 12.

Source: SEGA PR

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.

Nintendo and SEGA have formed a close relationship over the past several years through Sonic. The character appeared in Smash Bros., teamed up with Mario in multiple games based on the Olympics, and more.

Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka spoke about Sonic’s link to Nintendo in this week’s issue of MCV. Here’s what he had to say about that:

“When SEGA stopped making hardware and just started doing software, the first platform that we released Sonic on was a Nintendo console. We felt from the very beginning, that the Nintendo platforms were where the passionate Sonic fans were. Historically that is where our relationship started with Nintendo. Unfortunately, the Wii U didn’t manage to get as many gamers on the hardware as we would have liked. That was unfortunate for Sonic because we didn’t get the mass of people to enjoy the content. But Nintendo has always been a great partner, we have Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Sonic in Super Smash Bros… we really appreciate the work that they do.”

Over the past year, SEGA has often spoken about wanting to ensure that the series returns to quality. This is something that Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka and Sonic chief brand officer Ivo Gerscovich reiterated in the latest issue of MCV.

First, Iizuka said: “We want to release good titles to all the players, and that is the challenge for us moving forward – making sure our games are great.”

Gerscovich spoke about the Sonic franchise as well, offering the following comments:

“SEGA is really – as of this last year – putting a huge emphasis on quality. One of the things about Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice is that we held the title for a year, which is not something SEGA has traditionally done, but this focus on quality is really about trying to take Sonic back to where it used to be.”

“We are really focused on turning Sonic into an entertainment icon, not just a games icon. We want to go across all platforms and elevate his status even further, which explains why we are doing so much.”

Gerscovich also said that there are a “lot of new announcements” to come for Sonic.

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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…

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