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3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Coming to Nintendo 3DS Among Other Mega Drive Classics (Including Gunstar Heroes!)

3D Sonic 2 logo

SEGA just announced that three more 3D Classics games will be released on Nintendo 3DS later this year. These include: 3D Streets of Rage 2 coming this July, 3D Gunstar Heroes coming this August, and 3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2 coming this September. Aside from the addition of 3D effects, these new versions will likely have plenty of extra features. Each of them will cost $5.99/€4.99/£4.49 and will be released on the eShop.

Also, real talk, Gunstar Heroes is pretty darn good and you all should get that instead of yet another Sonic 2 re-release if you’d have to choose between the two. Just saying, you’ve probably played Sonic 2 enough times already.

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Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal Demo Coming to the eShop on November 4th

According to Nintendo World Report, a demo of Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal will be released on the eShop on November 4th. It isn’t known if or when a demo of its Wii U counterpart Rise of Lyric will also be released or if this is the same demo that was playable at events like Sonic Boom or PAX.

The site also recorded a playthrough of the Sonic Boom demo with direct feed audio, so you can also listen to what the game’s music is like. They recorded some gameplay of the Rise of Lyric demo as well, which can be seen after the jump. Continue Reading

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Sonic Lost World Demos For Wii U and 3DS Up On the eShop In Japan (UPDATE)

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UPDATE: This week’s releases for the Wii U and 3DS eShop in the US and Europe don’t include the Sonic Lost World demo, so it looks like we’ll have to wait a bit longer for it.

Those who want to try out Sonic Lost World before it releases may not have to wait long, as a demo for both the Wii U and 3DS was released on the eShop today in Japan. This means that it’s likely that a demo will also be released in the US and/or Europe tomorrow, because the eShop updates on Thursdays in those regions.

The Wii U demo includes the first Windy Hill Zone, while the 3DS demo includes a tutorial level and the first Windy Hill zone.

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Sonic Generations 3DS is Going Digital

Sonic-Generations-3DS-Mushroom-Hill-Zone-Screenshot-10If you own a Nintendo 3DS and haven’t gotten your mitts on Sonic Generations yet (we liked it well enough for what it is), it looks like the game may finally be going to digital download through the eShop. Browsing for the game on the service reveals that the digital copy of the game is set to go live next Thursday, Sept. 5. However, it has no price tag as of yet.

There’s not been any word from SEGA about this re-release and it may just be another case of Sonic news spilling out early (it just keeps happening!)

Generations 3DS features its own set of unique levels and bosses (with rival races feeling very similar to the Sonic Rivals duology) from its console and PC counterpart, and incorporates Sonic Heroes-styled Special Stages to bag the Chaos Emeralds. It also features StreetPass functionality to share unlockable missions and profile cards that let you show off how big a Sonic fan you are.

[Source: GoNintendo]

Game News, Sega Retro

New Trailer for Ron Gilbert/Double Fine’s The Cave

SEGA and Double Fine just released a new trailer for The Cave. For those who don’t know what this game is, The Cave is an upcoming puzzle platformer by Ron Gilbert (The Secret of Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion) and Double Fine Productions (Psychonauts, Brütal Legend) that’s being published by SEGA. It’s going to be a lot like those old point and click adventure games, except with a lot less pointing and clicking and more moving left and right and jumping. You have to choose from three of seven characters at the start of the game, all of which have their own quirks. This new trailer showcases four of these characters, and another upcoming trailer will showcase the rest of them. The game can also be played with up to three players in local co-op.

This is a seperate project from Double Fine’s upcoming crowd-funded point and click adventure game Double Fine Adventure, though Ron Gilbert is working on that game as well. The Cave comes out January 2013 on Xbox Live Arcade, Playstation Network, the Wii U eShop and Steam.

Reviews, Sega Retro

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed: The Retro Review

The developers at Sumo Digital have tuned up their old car, shoved a jalapeno up the tailpipe, changed the belts, look, whatever generic trope you want to indicate for the existence of Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed. You know, that Sonic and Sega racing game? They made another one of those.

Without a doubt, it’s a better game than the predecessor. It’s more of everything: more vehicles, more characters, better physics, more track variety, and so on. It also does what it can to give character/item based racers the competitive edge that the genre has difficulty in reaching. On the other hand, the game has mishaps and hiccups that occur more often than it should which can cause the game to be a frustrating experience, especially in some of the game’s more heated situations.

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Details on Game Gear Games on 3DS Virtual Console

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front manner through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s size, the Game Gear border to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original system’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration and restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99. In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board sites  (As reported earlier) as well as Sega’s official 3DS Virtual Console page. Exact dates however remain unknown.

Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS as well as the upcoming lineup.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

 

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front manner through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s size, the Game Gear border to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original system’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration and restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99. In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board sites  (As reported earlier) as well as Sega’s official 3DS Virtual Console page. Exact dates however remain unknown.

Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS as well as the upcoming lineup.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front manner through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s size, the Game Gear border to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original Game Gear’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration and restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99. In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board sites  (As reported earlier) as well as Sega’s official 3DS Virtual Console page. Exact dates however remain unknown.

Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS as well as the upcoming lineup.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s Game Gear border down to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original Game Gear’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration, restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99. In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board sites  (As reported earlier) as well as Sega’s official 3DS Virtual Console page. Exact dates however remain unknown.

Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS as well as the upcoming lineup.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s Game Gear border down to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original Game Gear’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration, restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99.

 

In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board (As reported earlier) sites as well as Sega’s official sites. Exact dates however remain unknown.

Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS as well as the upcoming lineup.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s Game Gear border down to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original Game Gear’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration, restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99.
In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board (As reported earlier) sites as well as Sega’s official sites. Exact dates however remain unknown.
Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS as well as the upcoming lineup.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s Game Gear border down to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original Game Gear’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration, restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99.
In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board (As reported earlier) sites as well as Sega’s official sites. Exact dates however remain unknown.
Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s Game Gear border down to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original Game Gear’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration, restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99.
In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board (As reported earlier) sites as well as Sega’s official sites. Exact dates however remain unknown.
Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game Gear games are making a comeback. Right around the corner. Can’t miss them. Sega has found the perfect venue to funnel the Game Gear’s lineup onto a digital market, namely on the Nintendo 3DS which are slated for release next week.

Once again M2 will be heading the emulation package for each Game Gear Virtual Console title. They’re responsible for providing Virtual Console Mega Drive/Genesis titles on the Wii, Neo Geo emulators on Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, and is also responsible for the latter SEGA Ages Collections on the Playstation 2.

Unlike Game Boy games on the 3DS Virtual Console, M2 will offer all the different options in a more up front through the touch screen menu. This includes changing the screen’s Game Gear border down to even creating a ‘ghosting’ effect to mimick the original Game Gear’s LCD. Additional options include button configuration, restore points that can all be activated mid-game.

Currently these are the confirmed titles for release on all territories.

Games will be priced for ¥300 in Japan, however other territories will feature varying prices. In the US, Triple Trouble will run for $4.99, Shinobi for $3.99, and Dragon Crystal for $2.99.
In addition are games that have been revealed through rating board (As reported earlier) sites as well as Sega’s official sites. Exact dates however remain unknown.
Game Gear games will be ready for next week’s 3DS eShop update. In the meantime, the eShop has information pages as well as gameplay videos available for the three titles listed for next week’s update. Be sure to check out the gallery to see Game Gear games in action on the 3DS.

[Via Sega’s 3DS Virtual Console PageM2 Press Release] Japanese

Game News, Sega Retro

Crush3D Demo Now in the Nintendo 3DS eShop

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

Zoe Mode and Sega returns with their Playstation Portable puzzle platformer (That’s P to the fourth power.)  now on the Nintendo 3DS. The demo for the game was released in the US Nintendo eShop for all to download this week. Those who are curious about the 3DS edition of Crush will notice that while the gameplay itself has not changed, the aesthetics have taken a turn to look cleaner and less disturbing than the game’s tone and plot on how Danny travels to the depths of his mind. Possibly due to the developer’s attempt to gain attention of a wider audience considering some of the other titles put out by the developer including Chime and Haunt. The game will be available for US retail by next week but is already available in the UK in stores along with the demo on the eShop. Impressions on the demo, including some of the differences between both versions of the game can be found after the jump.

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