In less than a month, players anxious to celebrate a chubby count of land rotations will not forget to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of Sonic the Hedgehog, which landed on Mega Drive on a beautiful day in the summer of 1991. Despite many promises, Master SEGA does not seem to have launched his invitation cards. less than…
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If Nintendo had known how to raise the sauce (and the pressure) for the 35 years of its beloved mascot, the ex-enemy brother seems for the moment to show a silence not very conducive to the festivities: despite the promises to celebrate with great pomp the 30 years of one of the cult games of the Mega Drive, SEGA continues to play the watch, and to let nothing show.
Come on, hold on
For fear of speed, rumors and speculations dear to the Internet therefore occupy the field: after the leaks concerning a hypothetical remaster of Sonic Colors (or Colors depending on your linguistic obdiences), here it isa french reseller lets escape the form of a new “Sonic Collection”, a compilation that had already been mentioned last February by a blogger Zippo Speak, who does not hesitate to put the cover back, by throwing in all directions affirmations straight out of his hat:
- This new Sonic Collection could include “remakes” of the first two episodes running under Star Engine, the engine developed by Christian Whitehead, which had earned him the privilege of being able to officially work on the English-language Sonic Mania
- Sonic 3 & Knuckles would also be there, SEGA would have amputated pieces composed in the 1990s by a certain Mickael Jackson
- SEGA would have repatriated the development of this compilation internally after having decentralized it for a while, which has not happened since Sonic Gems Collection in 2005
While waiting to discover if these noises of corridors materialize or not in the facts, it will be necessary to be satisfied with the only official announcement: that of an … anime series, baptized Sonic Prime. Well.
Let’s conclude this burst of rumors with a final noise from the hallway gleaned from the same blog, definitely well informed: despite the critical and commercial success of Sonic Mania, SEGA has absolutely no intention of continuing the adventure in 2D, feeling like she would end up being stuck there. And to think that the ex-builder gave us a few days ago the impression of having learned the lessons of past episodes. What a life.
What do you hope to celebrate Sonic’s 30th birthday? Can the mascot play both ways? Let us know your quicker reviews in the comments below.