Published: Wed, May 31, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Merle Christensen

Sonic Mania Speeding To Systems On August 15, 2017

Sonic Mania Speeding To Systems On August 15, 2017

Sonic Mania now has an official release date of August 15th for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. When it goes live we'll announce that here on Nintendo Wire.

The trailer is bookended by some charming, seemingly hand-drawn animation of Sonic, before cutting to some slick gameplay footage of the blue hedgehog doing what he does best - running at breakneck speed through branching levels while viciously stomping the life out of adorable robots. Unlike Sonic Forces, Sonic Mania is a throwback to classic Sonic games from the Sega Genesis era.

Although a leak last week gave an early look at the release date, a new trailer for the game has been released today that confirms the game's new release date of August 15th.

Democrats use budget office report to attack GOP health bill
In early May, House Republicans jammed through an amended version before the nonpartisan CBO had a chance to crunch the numbers. She fears that under the American Health Care Act cancer patients could end up in new, high-risk pools with a grim prognosis.

Europe 'must take fate into its own hands'
Addressing Europe's transatlantic ties back in January, she said: "There are no unlimited guarantees for close cooperation with us Europeans".

Sachin Tendulkar wants Aamir Khan to act in his biopic
The film revolved around the story of an Indian wrestler and his hardships to train his daughters to become world-class wrestlers. The Ali Abbas Zafar directorial, which released on July 7, crossed the Rs 300 crore-mark worldwide in its opening week.

"Play as Sonic, Tails and Knuckles as you race through all-new Zones and fully re-imagined classics, each filled with exciting surprises and powerful bosses". Sega has assembled a "supergroup" of developers for Sonic's most recent foray into the second dimension including Christian "Taxman" Whitehead, Headcannon, and PagodaWest Games. Did you notice the elevator going from Sonic 1, through 2, 3, and Knuckles, all the way up to Mania?

SEGA has officially unveiled two important details about its upcoming 2D retro Sonic the Hedgehog game.

The game was originally scheduled to launch in the spring, but Sega announced in March that it had delayed the platformer to this summer.

Like this: