Today we learned the sad news that one of SEGA of America’s greats, Aaron Webber also known as Ruby Eclipse, will be leaving SEGA of America. SEGAbits and Sonic Retro staff were speculating that such news would hit (yes, this is what we do in our private chats, talk about Aaron, that’s how much we love him) when Aaron tweeted that his return flight from this year’s
E3 Sonic Revolution was “The final trip!”. Sonic Boom Producer Stephen Frost also dedicated a White Castle meal to Aaron, tweeting “Here’s to good times and an awesome future”.
All of us at SEGAbits and Sonic Retro wish Aaron all the best, and we will cherish all the good times we shared. Oh, and Aaron? Let’s play a game of Spiral Knights or PSO2 soon.Ad:
6 responses to “Aaron Webber leaves SEGA of America”
Actually Barry, “the final trip” was a day trip from SF to LA to go to Sonic Revolution.
I nominate him as the next …whatever title Aaron had at SEGA.
End of an era for sure…
Where will Aaron go next?! What’s his reason for leaving?!
He’s a SEGA fan thats why he left SEGA.Pretending to like whats happening and being done can only be done for so long. Wish him all the luck. I know he’s a SEGAfan
I am really going to miss him. He was one of the first people in the industry I ever met, and he was always so awesome to hang around with. Hope he’s moving onto even bigger things…
Thank you all so much for the kind comments and the article. I really appreciate it – and I know SEGA will go on to go great things! 🙂