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Games To Be Released This Week on Switch and 3DS (11/06/17-11/10/17)

This week is pretty pack for the Nintendo Switch. This is the beginning for third party support for the Switch as Doom, Farming Simulator and Sonic Forces all come out on the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch also keeps attracting more wonderful indie titles to its system. The Nintendo 3DS also gets some love with Mario Party: The Top 100 and a physical release for Minecraft on the New Nintendo 3DS.

Farming Simulator Nintendo Switch Edition is going to be released on 11/07/17 for $49.99 for Nintendo Switch.

Take on the challenges of the modern farmer! Explore a huge open world including a detailed North American environment, loaded with farming activities, over hundreds of acres of land...

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A Fresh Look at Sonic Forces


Today IGN released some brand new footage for Sonic Forces, which admittedly has the weight of the Sonic series resting on its shoulders after the massive success that is Sonic Mania. The video features a look at the new drill and lightning skills and how they change up the Sonic format in a pretty significant way as well as a look at the Space Port level of the game.

Overall I’d say the game looks solid here, but I need to have it in my hands to really see how well these levels play. It’s definitely and interesting blend, especially with custom character created stuff involved.

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Check Out This Gameplay Footage of Sonic Forces

Kotaku recently got to show off some gameplay footage of Sonic Forces, an upcoming Sonic game that appears to go back to the roots of the series. The gameplay shown goes through a few different stages and displays just how faceted Sonic Forces is.

The stages shown are the Modern Sonic stage, the Classic Sonic Stage, and the Avatar Stage. The Modern Sonic stage is laid out like a modern day Sonic game would be. The Classic Sonic stage takes on the feel of the original Sonic the Hedgehog title. Finally, the Avatar Stage seems to allow the player to create their own Sonic character and complete stages using that character.

Sonic Forces seems like an entry that fans of the series can anticipate bringing back some of Sonic’s former glory.


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Here’s a New Trailer for Sonic Forces, Plus New Screenshots & Details

Sonic Forces is heading to Nintendo Switch later this year, so it wouldn’t be an E3 if we didn’t get even more information about the game. First, here’s the latest trailer straight from E3 2017:

And of course, here are some fresh details:

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From the team that brought you Sonic Colors and Generations, comes the next exciting title in the Sonic franchise, Sonic Forces. Experience fast-paced action as Modern Sonic, thrilling platforming as Classic Sonic, and utilize powerful new gadgets as your own custom Hero Character. Help Sonic fight back to reclaim the world from Dr. Eggman and a powerful, mysterious new villain.


  • Three types of gameplay: Fast paced action as Modern Sonic, thrilling platforming as Classic Sonic, and utilize powerful gadgets as your own custom H...
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Is Sonic Forces’ Character Creator a Good Thing? – Nintendo Prime Podcast Ep. 25 (Part 3)

Sonic Forces is letting people create their own character for the first time in Sonic history. Eric Mohr and yours truly react and discuss if this is a positive step forward for the franchise and if Sonic Forces can be the game that brings Sonic back to the forefront of gaming.

As a side note, I hope you folks can agree that the audio issues “seem” to be behind us *crosses fingers*. The last issue to sort out isn’t equipment related, but simply us ensuring we have much better mic presence to hold the consistency of the audio. We’re also still playing around with the idea of a regular or rotating third person for the cast, but I have no updates on that front just yet.

As always, we have the full audio version of this podcast below:

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Sonic Forces Will Let You Create Your Own Character – New Footage, Screenshots, and Details

For the first time in Sonic history, you will be able to create your own custom character in Sonic Forces. There is a trailer for it above, but here are some additional details:

“In this just announced gameplay style, players will be equipping their custom Hero Character with one of a variety of powerful unique gadgets called Wispons. Wispons are an evolution of the Color Powers from Sonic Colors and double as both offensive abilities and as a way to platform through levels quickly. Along with the Wispon, the Hero Character will have a grappling hook they can utilize to quickly traverse across zones...

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Sonic Forces Gets a New Gameplay Trailer for Classic Sonic Green Hill Zone

Sonic Forces definitely is peaking my interest the more and more I see of it, and seeing some remastered old school territories like Green Hill Zone is definitely doing the trick. In the gameplay video above, you’ll quickly see how Sonic Forces is so far shaping up on the correct path to success. Sonic Forces will head to Nintendo Switch later this year.

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Here’s Three New Screenshots for Sonic Forces

Sonic Forces is heading to Nintendo Switch later this year and SEGA has just sent out three additional screenshots for the game. Unfortunately, the screenshots were not sent in their full resolution, but you still get a look at Sonic in action and what appears to be a brand new enemy.

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Sonic 2017 is Now Called Sonic Forces – Here’s Some Gameplay and Details

We finally had the lid blown off the Sonic 2017 project coming to Nintendo Switch. We now know the game is called Sonic Forces and we learned a slew of details about the game thanks to a big panel at SXSW. Before we get down into a breakdown of select details from that event, here’s our first off screen look at the game in action:

Here’s ma rundown of information we’ve had come to light throughout the day:

  • Is an evolution of Sonic Colors and Sonic Generations
  • 3 unique gameplay styles will be included, including “modern Sonic” & “classic Sonic”
  • Built with a new engine called Hedgehog Engine 2, which is a massive evolution of their old engine
  • Global illumination, physical rendering, and other new enhancements are being added into some of their older visual designs
  • SEGA’s Shun Nakamura is ...
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