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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap to get physical release on PlayStation 4

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, and I’ve personally been playing the Switch version like crazy to review in the next issue of Mega Visions Magazine. I think I speak for many like-minded gamers out there who have been practically begging DotEmu for a physical release. Today, it appears those wishes have been answered as Limited Run Games have just announced …

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SEGA Nerds News Roundup 4/30/17

SEGA Nerds Newsletter 4/30/17 It’s been another long week of news! We’ve rounded up all the latest stories for you right here in case you missed out!  New screenshots of Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom are here! It’s been approximately two months (and some change) since we has last seen an update from the devs behind Monster Boy and …

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Check out the first hour of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

In case you were living under a rock and missed it – LizardCube’s remake of the Master System and Game Gear classic, Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, launched yesterday on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. If you haven’t picked it up yet and are perhaps still on the fence, then, in association with our sister publication, Mega Visions Magazine, you …

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap launches today

WONDER BOY: THE DRAGON’S TRAP is out in a few hours! / Switch, PS4, XB1 / Trailer: https://t.co/DsNFv2qkIn + Blog: https://t.co/BA6WHNGL3k pic.twitter.com/BRjOgpHgGl — Lizardcube (@lizardcube) April 17, 2017 We’ve been reporting on Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap for quite some time now, and the wait is finally over, and the game is launching later today for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox …

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap adds Wonder Girl

Earlier today, Lizardcube has revealed their new character to Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Wonder Girl. The reveal came from this PS Blog post by Lizardcube’s co-founder Ben Fiquet. Here is what Ben had to say about the addition of Wonder Girl. The Lizardcube and DotEmu teams loved the original game so much that we decided to team up and restore it, creating …

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap release date revealed

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap has been one of our most anticipated games that will be released this year, and when LizardCube announced it’d also be coming to the Nintendo Switch, our excitement grew to an almost fever pitch. We’ve now learned that the game will release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch on April 18 and on …

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You can switch between retro and modern graphics in Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

Last year, Lizardcube announced that they would be reverse-engineering the original 1989 version of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap in order to stay faithful to the original. A couple of months have passed since then, and Lizardcube is back with a pretty amazing announcement.  According to their latest post, you will be able to switch between the 1989 and modern …

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap coming to Nintendo Switch

We’ve already learned that Atlus has a new Shin Megami Tensei game and SEGA has Sonic Mania and Puyo Puyo Tetris in the works for the Nintendo Switch in 2017. We’ve also just learned that Lizardcube has plans to release its upcoming title Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap on Nintendo’s new system, as well.  “A few months ago Nintendo contacted …

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap releases a new update discussing the game’s music

For the past couple of months, we’ve been reporting on the awesome remake of Wonder Boy III: The Dragon’s Trap, which originally launched for the SEGA Master System. Developed by DotEmu and Lizardcube, Wonderboy: The Dragon’s Trap re-imagines the original in a beautiful cartoony fashion.  In addition to the beautiful artistic direction, the music also delivers a beautiful experience that …

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Wonder Boy Returns arcade port releases on Steam

Back in the mid ’80s, SEGA brought over the arcade hit Wonder Boy to the Master System, which featured more content, such as the inclusion of two new areas. According to many video game magazines at the time, such as Computer and Video Games, it was beautiful bright colorful and had simple yet addictive gameplay. The addition of new content …

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