Today, SEGA detailed the Launch Edition of
Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice, the 3DS sequel to 2014’s Sonic Boom titles, which were released on the 3DS and Wii U. In its press release, SEGA discussed its plan for the demo at E3 and also shared details regarding the extras players can get for purchasing it on day one.

Bundled alongside the game, the Launch Edition will come with a DVD featuring three fan-favorite episodes of the
Sonic Boom TV series, “Chilly Dog Day Afternoon,” “It Wasn’t Me, It was the One-Armed Hedgehog,” and “It Takes a Village to Defeat a Hedgehog.” The episodes, which are available on DVD for the first time in North America, feature appearances by longtime Sonic characters, such as Metal Sonic and Shadow.

SEGA’s newest
Sonic title will be formally unveiled at E3 in just a few short weeks. The first two Sonic Boom games, Shattered Crystal and Rise of Lyric, released in 2014 and were met with a subpar reception from both critics and fans alike. Do you think Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice will perform better? Sound off in the comments.

Source: SEGA PR

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