Craig Stitt, former Sega Technical Institute artist, seems to have been digitizing some of his old VHS tapes lately. Among them was an old video resume from 1995 showing off art and game assets he made. Included were some concept screenshots for a pitch of a game called "Treasure Tails" from February 1993. It looks […]
VHS footage of a cancelled Genesis game called "Segapede" (later "Astropede") has been uploaded by SEGAbits. This prototype was developed at Sega Technical Institute and was intended to be connected to the Sonic universe. This footage is from former STI artist Craig Stitt, who had previously worked on Sonic 2 and Sonic Spinball. The level […]
It all began on December 20, 2015, when a Japanese biker found a mysterious Sonic statue in the Japanese mountains. Since then, Sonic fans have been trying to figure out where the statue is located. After years of searching for the statue, BxB-Meister, a user in the Sonic Stadium forums, located the statue and posted […]
Introduction: Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) left a huge scar in the blue blur’s reputation. In order to get the franchise back on track, they decided to make a third installment to the beloved Sonic Adventure games. As they came up with more ideas for the game, however, they decided to separate it from the Adventure […]
Sonic Mania can now be downloaded for free if you're an Origin Access Premier member. We should note this doesn't include the DLC Encore. Sega's press release is below: SEGA’s Sonic Mania™ Speeds To Origin Access Premier Get ready Sonic fans — Sonic Mania™, SEGA’s critically acclaimed, 2017 Sonic the Hedgehog platformer experience is now available […]
Who doesn’t love a good joke? I sure do and that’s exactly why I stay away from Smash Bros. leaks which are usually made up of text in 4chan. But some of the more fun leaks or hoaxes are the ones where people actually put effort into them to make them seem real like the […]
It's already added to the sidebar. April 8, 2022 And hopefully there won't be any redesigns to push it back further because y'know, we already did that. The source is below: SONIC 2 IS OFFICIALLY COMING 2 THEATERS 4/8/22!!! pic.twitter.com/Xpci0HzK5d — Ben Schwartz (@rejectedjokes) July 24, 2020
As the leader of the Freedom Fighters, Sally Acorn is one of the core members of the organization. But what would happen if she was replaced by a robot? This idea has been explored in episode three of SatAM, “Sonic and Sally.” The episode aired on Sept. 25, 1993, and was written by Pat Allee and Ben Hurst.
“Sonic the Hedgehog” is a huge franchise appearing in comics, shows, movies, and, of course, games and has inspired the lives of many gamers. After the completion of “Sonic Unleashed,” Sonic Team discussed ways to celebrate the blue blur’s 20th anniversary. The team decided to split the gameplay between Classic and Modern. Dimps helped develop the 3DS version of the game which the team decided to start from scratch and make the game a celebration of Sonic’s portable history. Ports for the Wii, DS, and Playstation Portable (PSP) were scrapped, however. On Nov. 1, 2011, “Sonic Generations” was released for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The Windows version was released two days later and the 3DS game came out on the 22nd. So, is this game a timeless Classic? Or a Modern flop?
Note: I will be reviewing the PC version for this review.
After discussing the pilot episode for the SatAM series, it’s time we look at the first episode that aired for the series: “Sonic Boom” written by Len Janson which first aired on Sept. 18, 1993.