Daily Briefs (Oct. 11, Round 2) – Sonic The Hedgehog Art Collection / Circle Ent.

Today’s Daily Briefs (Round 2), with an art collection for Sonic the Hedgehog, but also…

  • Circle Ent. news

Sonic the Hedgehog Art Collection

For the 25th Anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog, SEGA has prepared several events (including the infamous party in July). One of them is the Sonic The Hedgehog Art Collection, in collaboration with Washington Green (a fine art publisher located in the United Kingdom).

Here’s how SEGA describes this unique project:

Critically acclaimed artists have come together to produce a collection of fine art pieces inspired by the iconic video game character, and his 25 year legacy. The collection is designed to be a unique celebration and tribute to Sonic comprising a diverse range of original works executed through a number of mediums and creative styles, including sculpture, painting and mixed media.

The best part? Some of these original pieces will be reproduced, signed, and sold as limited editions through Washington Green’s Castle Fine Art galleries across the United Kingdom. The pieces will come with a certificate of authenticity (hand signed by Naoto Oshima).

Source: SEGA PR

Circle Ent. news

Today, Circle Ent. shared some news on Twitter:

  • Picontier: announced for the Nintendo 3DS, the game will most likely not be released before a long while. Circle Ent. explained that the developers were currently focusing on the Steam release, and haven’t considered other platforms much for now;
  • Adventure Games / Visual Novels: Circle Ent. explained that they would like to release more titles like those, but they do take a lot of ressources localisation-wise so they can’t work on too many at onces;
  • Fairune 2 (Nintendo 3DS) / Mr Pumkin’s Adventure (Wii U): both titles have been sent to lotcheck at Nintendo, and they may be released on October 20th or October 27th. In North America, Fairune 2 will release on October 20th.



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