SEGA News Bits: Sonic 25th Anniversary game to play like classic games?

SEGA is getting ready to celebrate Sonic the Hedgehog’s 25th Anniversary next year and their new marketing director in Europe has dropped a hint on what to expect that new game to play like. According to him the new Sonic the Hedgehog games will be more inspired by how they “played in its heyday.” What is Sonic’s heyday? What does this all mean? Let’s talk about that. Read the original story here.

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5 responses to “SEGA News Bits: Sonic 25th Anniversary game to play like classic games?

  1. radrappy says:

    really enjoying this videos guys.

    I know the fanbase is fragmented in awkward ways but I really believe ST should just focus on what THEY THEMSELVES think is fun. I feel like this franchise has suffered immensely from catering to the interests of multiple parties when the developers first and foremost should simply be trying to make a great game.

    • Barry the Nomad says:

      Much agreed. I know there are the classic fans and the Adventure fans and the *shudder* ’06 fans, but Sonic Team really should just make the game that THEY would enjoy.

  2. cussypat says:

    Let it be the sonic from how it used to be. Md era and dc era were the foundation.

  3. Gen says:

    Sonic Generations was said to have been the solution to the fragmented fanbase, melding both the classic Master System/Mega Drive and Dreamcast era Sonic styles in one game.

    In saying that, you do a half decent British accent there, though thre are many different British accents, there is more than one British country – England is one part of Great Britain, Scotland is the northern part, and Wales the western part – and each have even more different regional dialects within each, but they all share a British similarity, also the British don’t say Sega as “See-ga”, they say it like “Say-ga”, it’s the Australians that pronounce it like “See-ga”.

    • Gen says:

      *I think both pronounciations are incorrect anyhow though, the Japanese seem to be the only ones that pronounce it right, as simply as it is spelt, which for other areas would be
      understood in text as – “Seh-Gah”.

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