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You may have heard the sad news that Toys R Us filed for bankruptcy a couple days ago. The sudden announcement worried some who hoped to pick up a copy of the SNES Classic when it launches. However, the company said that they will still be selling the system on September 29.
SEGA announced that Shadow is playable in Sonic Forces through free DLC. The four levels are a prequel to the game and also explain how Infinite (the main antagonist) came to be. This moves the number of playable characters in Sonic Forces to four.
Reggie Fils-Aimé, president of Nintendo of America, says 2018 will see continued support of both Switch and 3DS systems. In an interview with Variety, Reggie talked about the bright future of Switch and 3DS. Surprisingly, he cemented the 3DS’s life beyond 2017, saying they plan on continuing their “dedicated handheld business” through next year. He also mentioned Nintendo’s goal to release two mobile games a year and the challenges of building a theme park.