Better than before
Sonic the Hedgehog has struggled to live up to expectations for a long time now. Unlike Nintendo's mascot, Mario, Sonic's adventures haven't always worked out, mostly because of his "gotta go fast" attitude and take on life. Fortunately, this all changed in 2017, when Christian Whitehead was given free run by Sega and...
"There are no Switch specific features"
When it comes to multi-platform video game releases, certain systems often receive bonus content such as extra items, exclusive characters and additional modes. When Sega's Team Sonic Racing arrives on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in May, there won't be any favouritism. During an...
Gotta go fast
If the video clips for Team Sonic Racing weren't already satisfying enough, the head of Sonic Team, Takashi Iizuka, has confirmed the next big entry in the mainline Sonic series is officially underway. The announcement was made during a panel at SXSW Gaming 2019. Other than this, no other information is currently known about the new...
Reviving a classic
Arguably one of the standout Sonic games is the 1998 Dreamcast release, Sonic Adventure. This was Sonic's first mainline outing to feature 3D visuals and went on to become the best-selling title on the system. In a recent interview with Retro Gamer about the Dreamcast classic, Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka mentioned how this...
What are you hoping for?
It was only a few weeks ago SEGA was celebrating Sonic's birthday in Tokyo at a live steam event and soon it will be revealing even more surprises regarding the blue blur's upcoming plans at a panel at this year's Comic-Con. Scheduled for 19th July between the hours of 2:00 - 3:00 pm, the 'Sonic the Hedgehog's Way Past Cool...
"I want to make more, rather than just simply one zone"
Wii U title Sonic Lost World was recently given some DLC-love with special Yoshi and Zelda-themed levels, and producer Takashi Iizuka has been speaking to 4gamer about how
Sonic veteran Takashi Iizuka speaks out
Sonic Boom is the big news in the world of Nintendo at the moment, with Sega's new plan of attack covering TV, toys and games — the latter of which will be exclusive to Wii U and 3DS. Thrusting its most prized possession into the hands of a western developers is risky, and Sega's move has had many fans...
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