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03/02/2012

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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Your Sonic 4: Episode 2 Roundup

This week has been quite the interesting one for those looking forward to Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2. Without the teasing of weeks of teasing announcements, a playable build of the game shows up out of nowhere in Barcelona, subsequently played by people who apparently have never touched a videogame in their life. The offical English homepage of the game was updated. And of course, even though it doesn’t seem nearly as vital any longer, another round of concept art was uploaded onto Sega’s blog and Facebook page. So, without further ado, let’s jump head first into the madness.

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