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Should we get some final reveal predictions going to pass the time? I haven't been giving it much thought but just for the sake of throwing something on the board:

Sonic Mania

  • Full release date
  • Official word on physical copies
  • Second returning zone reveal

Project 2017

  • Real title revealed
  • Look at new character
  • New trailer with gameplay and story snippets
  • Possibly a small live demo akin to the TGS 2005 demo for Sonic 06, if they've tried pushing the detail again.


Since the panel synopsis hints at other possible surprises, I'm assuming there'll be at least one other reveal/announcement tomorrow so these aren't predictions so much as possibilities.

  • Sonic 1, 2, CD remasters for console and PC
  • Teaser poster for the Sonic movie

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This is definitely going to be good, even if the entire event is just Big the Cat dancing while random sound clips play.

I'm expecting a few good things for each game, but doubt much will be shown for either.

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Mania: I think we'll see Green Hill act 2 again, but this time they'll show the Eggman boss fight and/or the Studipolis act1 Heavy Gunner boss.

Project 2017: Name reveal and another cutscene. Maybe an in-game screenshot of classic & modern Sonic but no actual gameplay footage.

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18 minutes ago, Nepenthe said:

Expecting the bare minimum out of this in order to utilize the potential of being surprised or even excited. My only real prediction is memes. We cannot get through a Sonic PR event without them.

>Teases Project 17 details.

>Gives details of Big's Big Fishing Adventure 3.

Seriously though, I'm hoping of something about Project 17. It's been nearly a year without news and considering it's supposedly releasing this year still (Likely November, if we take into account Gens, LW, and RoL) so I'm really hoping they give us some gameplay, or at least confirm the gameplay style or something. As someone who tends to enjoy the 3D titles more than the Classic titles, I'm kind of hoping Modern Sonic can get some love, considering the past year has mostly been Mania and Classic. 

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Well I already posted my predictions in a status a few days ago so might as well post it here. I'm just being random with all these 

Brief history of the franchise 
Some more behind the scenes stuff
Sonic Boom brand is still a thing
Another Sonic party is announced
Lot’s of salt 
Sonic Mania
-New trailer 
-New stage revealed 
-A release date 
-A physical version announced 
Project Sonic 2017
-Name finally revealed 
-Some gameplay 
-Boom! Sonic playable 

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An hour seems to be a promising amount of time!  For Mania, what they could logically reveal and showcase other than/alongside possibly playing through the boss confrontations could be either previews or playthroughs of special stages, bonus stages, or, 2 player competition mode! 

I feel like a proper trailer for 2017 is almost guaranteed and that it may be really impressive!  It just seems like they are thinking really big this time; not only because of the huge mechs; it just seems like a cohesive, significant series of events are being referenced and are central to the game experience, which somehow does feel most similar to the original Genesis stories.   


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