Thursday, March 5, 2015

Gamefreak + Sega crossover coming soon

Announcement teased for next Wednesday. Wonder what it could be?

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...uh oh.

15 comments:

  1. Well, I'm not sure anything with Sega's hands on it could possibly be worth it at this point. Let's hope it has nothing to do with Pokemon.

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    1. I assume you're completely unaware of Sega's games outside of Sonic? Because they do make good games. It's just a matter of getting them here...

      ...And nowadays, as I kinda stated, we have to worry about mobile releases.

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    2. You're both missing the point entirely... though that's probably for the best. Keep doing what you're doing.

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    3. No, I know what games Sega has been involved with, it's just that the only halfway decent game released in many years is Bayonetta, and they had little to no input in the development.

      I do know you're hinting at something, Slowflake, but yeah, I have no idea what it is.

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    4. Well I'm saying that if you can see this and your first thought isn't WTF ARE THEY ACTUALLY MAKING A SONICHU GAME, you're doing something right.

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    5. @ShadianVise: well, to each their own. If you can handle j-pop, the Project Diva games are actually really good, and although it's a bit old, I've heard lots of praise of the Valkyria Chronicle games.

      @Slowflake: I knew that's what you were hinting at, but there's no way that's actually going to happen.

      ...Right?

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    6. I know it's impossible, but Gamefreak and Sega... that's just... weird. Like, I don't know what else it could be. Can you imagine if there were pickles instead of peanuts?

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  2. Well, as the article pointed out, Sega's focusing on mobile and PC gaming right now, so I'm not particularly interested right now.

    I mean, it still could be on a console, but still. Hopefully a console will be announced on March 11th.

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  3. Pulseman 2: Electric Reboot-galoo

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    1. Pulseshu: Electric Sonic-boo

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  4. Whatever it is, it will be an incredible missed opportunity if Pulseman is not involved somehow

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  5. I had to read the comment above to actually get the potential implications...

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  6. A company who made a franchise which constantly outdoes itself teams up with a company who published a franchise which has only had two good games in the last decade.

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  7. mrw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umDr0mPuyQc

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  8. Check out GameFAQs Poll of the Day. One of the options is Yakuza: Team Rocket.

    I would absolutely play that. I would play that so hard.

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