The most classic Sonic is back: SEGA plans to keep it in the future
If we talk about video game icons and their evolution over the years, Sonic is one of the most paradigmatic cases. The Blue Hedgehog enjoyed international popularity only comparable to that of Super Mario in the early 1990s, however with the move to 3D and new generations of consoles, SEGA has not always been able to take the helm. the saga in a good way.
Although the Hedgehog has starred in some high-quality 3D episodes, such as Sonic Generations or the Dreamcast Adventure Saga, many agree that its brightest moments relate to 2D. After years in the background, SEGA and several partner developers launched Sonic Mania, signing in 2017 possibly the best classic game in the saga, and the rest is history.
If you’re a fan of that classic Sonic, the one that ran at full speed in the legendary SEGA Mega Drive, you’ll like to know that – probably after the support Sonic Mania has had – the company will follow suit. keep in mind for future licensing plans
Classic Sonic is a popular part that we hope will be part of the future of Blue Hedgehog
“At first we thought bringing the classic Sonic to the fore was only going to be a 20th anniversary project, but it received such positive feedback from fans that we thought we were going to keep it. , we launched in 2017 Sonic Mania focused on the classic Sonic. The classic Sonic is a popular piece that we hope will be part of the future of the blue hedgehog. “
It is clear that SEGA will not close the door to continue testing with the 3D deliveries of the saga (fingers crossed), but the best news is that at least they don’t forget the roots of the saga.