Remember Sonic Adventure from 1998 on the SEGA Dreamcast? If so, this fan-made game will bring back some memories. Officially called “Sonic Adventure: Dreams Edition”, it was created by two gamers and also draws inspiration from the Boost system used in Sonic Unleashed, along with some of the character assets, including Sonic himself. The game starts off in an open-world hub that is large enough to let you run at full-speed. Read more for a video and additional information.
LEGO Ideas just announced that they’ll be bringing SEGA’s iconic speedster, Sonic the Hedgehog, to brick form. This set will be based on a concept design submitted by 24 year-old LEGO superfan Viv Grannell from the United Kingdom. Her design was inspired by SEGA popular 2017 platformer game Sonic Mania, and features iconic characters, environments as well as power-ups from the game’s Green Hill Zone level. The design received 10,000 votes, which greenlit the project for approval from LEGO. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Hasbro’s Monopoly Gamer Sonic The Hedgehog Edition lets you move around the game board as Sonic, Tails, Amy, or Knuckles, while buying iconic properties such as Planet Wisp and Rooftop Run, all for $15.89, today only, originally $24.99. Pass go to trigger a cooperative boss fight, drop to collect rings on board spaces, earn chaos Emeralds as well as Chao tokens, and activate characters’ Unique powers. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Sonic the Hedgehog was originally slated for release on November 8, 2019, but after a very negative reaction to Sonic’s design in the first trailer, which was released on April 30th, Paramount decided to delay the film until February 14, 2020, pledging to redesign the main character. Today, they released a new trailer showing exactly what they’ve been working on these past few months. Read more for the video and additional information.
Paramount has just released thefirst trailer of the live-action “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie, and we get a first look at actor Jim Carrey playing Sonic’s nemesis Dr. Robotnik. We also see Sonic, voiced by “Parks and Recreation” star Ben Schwartz, zipping through forests and taking out the entire energy grid while sprinting along the highway. It hits theaters on Nov. 8 in the US. Read more for the trailer and a reaction video.
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Everyone knows what Sonic is the fastest hedgehog around, or at least in video games, but here are 21 interesting things you may not have known about the blue hero. First off, the original Sonic concept was inspired by “Level 1-1” in Super Mario Bros., according to Yuji Naka. Continue reading to see more.
Love Sonic the Hedgehog and FPS games? Then you’ll love this fan-made mashup which “takes gamers on a familiar journey through the first mini level that they have probably played many times but with a new viewpoint.” Continue reading to experience the game from a whole new perspective.
Ever wonder what classic games would look like if they were compatible with multi-display setups? Well, wonder no more as this gamer has decided to show us. As you can probably tell, there’s not much to explore when the entire stage is laid out in front of you, due to the 6060 X 1080 combined resolution. Continue reading for more.
This geeky gamer managed to cram an entire level – granted its a custom stage – into a hand drawn flipbook. For those who don’t already know, the first flip book appeared in September, 1868, when it was patented by John Barnes Linnett under the name kineograph (“moving picture”). Continue reading to see more.
Dr. Robotnik may have turned Sonic and all his friends into robots, but what was the real reason for doing so? Let’s just say that it doesn’t involve world domination, but rather something more artsy. Continue reading to to find out.