You’re probably going to take interest in the announcement that new Earthworm Jim games are in development for handhelds! Which ones and what games have yet to be revealed, but Atari is brining the annelid hero back in a big way next year. Check out our preview for more details.
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E3 is underway and it didn’t take Sega long to drop a bombshell on old school fans. Next year, we can expect a return of that classic franchise, Golden Axe! Details are sketchy at this point, but one thing is clear: it’s going to be an action/RPG! Have a gander at our preview and see what Sega and newly-acquired developer Secret Level have been up to!
More bonus E3 coverage for you! Now that more details have been presented, we can finally give the goods on the upcoming DS game Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin. It’s gorgeous, 2D, and a sequel to the Genesis classic Bloodlines! You know this one beckons you from afar with all the wicked charms of the Prince of Darkness himself. Lucky for you that we have a nice little preview on it, straight from Konami’s press conference!
Also in the news: It wouldn’t be E3 without a Sonic-related announcement from Sega. This year, the company has revealed that not one, but three titles are in the works for all next gen consoles and the PSP. While one is a Wii exclusive, the other, aptly titled Sonic The Hedgehog, suggests something of a new beginning for the struggling franchise. Could this be the 3D Sonic game we’ve all been waiting for? We take a look at what’s been shown in our analysis of the latest trailer in the second of our Genesis-related E3 bonus articles Sonic’s Rebirth? Check it out and then pray like the rest of us.
It’s time again for E3! There’s a ton of news relating to the future of several Genesis-related franchises, and we’ve got some bonus coverage for you this week. First up is the news everyone knew was coming: Yuji Naka has left Sega to start his own studio. How does this affect the Sonic and Phantasy Star games in the works for next generation consoles? Only time will tell. Check out our editorial Sonic Team Loses its Leader for more news and speculation!