UPDATE: Sony teased “the reveal of something new” yesterday with a brief trailer showing something draped under a red sheet. The company has now revealed the PlayStation secret that was hiding under the sheet and it’s … a limited edition Gran Turismo Sport PlayStation 4 console.
There was a time when SEGA positioned its Sonic the Hedgehog games as worthy rivals to Nintendo’s Mario platformers, but that brief period ended right around the point when the Genesis stopped being relevant. In other words, it’s widely accepted that the first few Sonic games are classics, while the majority of subsequent titles released over the last two decades are hot garbage. Much of this can be attributed to Nintendo having much more success transitioning the Mario franchise from 2D to 3D, whereas SEGA continues to struggle with how to make three-dimensional Sonic games to this day. The real problem with Sonic games though is their lack of consistency, as the series seems to alternate between polished experiences and glitchy messes on a whim, sometimes even within the same year.
One of the most powerful Pokemon from the original games has finally shown up in Pokemon Go, the popular (although not as popular as it was at first) augmented reality mobile game. The legendary psychic monster Mewtwo was just unveiled at a Pokemon Go Stadium event in Yokohama, Japan.
If you haven’t taken the time to do so already, download the Final Fantasy XV Comrades Closed Online Test application from the PlayStation and (/0r) Xbox stores! Gamespot has noted that the app, along with your chance to participate in the RPG’s multiplayer beta, ends today… so don’t wait! Go now! The beta continues its second test round this weekend, but you’ll need that app to play!
To coincide with the launch of Metroid: Samus Returns on September 15, Nintendo has announced a special “Samus Edition” New 3DS XL system.
Never bring a sword to a lightsaber fight.