If there's one 3D adventure most Sonic fans can get behind, it's Sonic Adventure. It was originally released for the Sega Dreamcast in 1998 and if you were a Nintendo GameCube owner, you might have also experienced the Director's Cut a number of years later.
Since then, this critically-acclaimed title – considered by some as one of the greatest video games of all-time – has received a high-definition digital release across multiple platforms. For a while, though, many Sonic fans have been longing for a proper remake. While Sega has seemingly shown little interest in such a project over the years, a recent song release via its social channels (see above), has now sent the fanbase into an absolute frenzy.
The "Welcome to Station Square" Remix, is based on the hub world track from Sonic Adventure. This isn't just any old remix, as it's been handled by Tee Lopes – a composer involved with more recent releases like Sonic Mania and Team Sonic Racing. Adding to this, he's joined by Jun Senoue on guitar, who was the sound director of the Adventure series and was a composer on the original game.
Lopes even said over on Twitter how it was "an honor" to remix this iconic track "officially", which has resulted in fans of the blue blur now questioning if a remake of Sonic Adventure could be on the cards. The official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter account also mentioned how this would be the first of four new remixes.
What do you think about all of this? Is this just two musical legends paying respect to an iconic game, or do you think it could mean something more? Tell us below.