Sega Japan Passing On PS2 Sonic Unleashed

In North America and Europe Sonic Unleashed is exploding on every viable console on the market with a PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, and PlayStation 2 version that Japan isn't getting. Sega of Japan plans to release Sonic: World Adventure (renamed to better fit Sonic's journey around the Earth and downplay the Werehog thing?) only on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii. The PlayStation 2 port will be completed before Sonic: World Adventure launches in Japan so this begs the question why is Sega passing on it? It's not like Sega Japan is abandoning the PlayStation 2 entirely. Thunderforce VI comes out on Thursday in Japan and unless Sega has anything secretly planned it will be the final PlayStation 2 game published by Sega in the region.

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TheDeadMetalhead5739d ago

But I'd rather have Thunder Force VI, anyway. :D


A Sonic Unleashed Remaster Is Long Overdue

Still remembered as one of the best Sonic games of all time, I believe it's time Sonic Unleashed gets its overdue remaster after Sonic x Shadow Generations.

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-Foxtrot33d ago (Edited 33d ago )

I think it's best we leave these games we're they belong...in the past

Secret Rings, Unleashed, Black Knight etc, they weren't the best at least enough for a remaster

Generations is getting one because they had something easy to shove Shadow into before the Sonic 3 film and it's probably the better ones they've did over the past decade or so.

rayford1532d ago

Unleashed was one of my favorite P3 games would love a remastered version

NSANiTY31d ago

Minus the Werehog levels and I'm in.

Redgrave32d ago

Would be called.... Sonic Re-Leashed

Father__Merrin31d ago

Wouldn't mind a sonic 06 re release


Sonic Heroes, a Twenty Year Reunion

WTMG's Leo Faria: "Sonic Heroes is an enigma of a game. It is bad, in every technical aspect you can imagine. Upon replaying it for the first time in more than a decade, I did noticed how poorly it aged. Yet… I really don’t care. It’s the bizarre kind of charm featured in every single Sega game from this era. Call it nostalgia, call it game feel, Sonic Heroes is the kind of game you know you shouldn’t like as much as you do, but you couldn’t care less about that. It just takes a few seconds of listening to that adorable Crush 40 theme song for you to basically shut off the logical parts of your brain and proceed to enjoy this adorable jankfest with the biggest of smiles."

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Sonic The Hedgehog’s Success “Forged Path” For Upcoming Sega Titles

The popular Sega franchise, Sonic the Hedgehog, has been really successful in recent years, forging paths for the recent upcoming titles.