Source: Sega Welcome to yet another Nintendo recap where we discuss all things Nintendo! To start things off, three additional classic games found their way onto Nintendo Switch Online this week. Plus, the 3DS and Wii U eShops no longer accept funds from credit cards as we count down to the day that these services no longer accept purchases of any kind. In other news, some Pokémon fans created a stunning video that shows off what the Gen 1 games would look like if they used the original art style in 3D. Sega also discussed what its plans are for Sonic games going forward. There’s even more Nintendo news to cover, so let’s dive in. Sega intends Sonic Frontiers to lead the way for future Sonic games Source: Sega In a recent Q&A session following an investor briefing, Sega spoke about its plans for Sonic Frontiers and what it hopes to achieve with the blue blur’s upcoming came (thanks, VGC ).The game is set to release this holiday season and is coming to all major platforms including Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC. During the course of the Q&A session, Sonic Team head Takashi Lizuka explained that… Read full this story
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