Sega delivered the first in a series of Sonic Mania Adventures animated shorts, and it's just as charming as it looked. Produced by Yukio Kusumoto and written and directed by awesome animator/artist Tyson Hesse, you can check out "Part 1: Sonic Returns" after the jump.
If you wanted to own a physical version of Sonic Mania, you just have to wait until summer to get your hands on the newly-announced Sonic Mania Plus. Read on for details.
Last time we posted about the live-action/CG hybrid Sonic the Hedgehog movie the rights had shifted from Sony Entertainment to Paramount Pictures. Now Paramount officially has a date lined up for the Blue Blur's big-screen debut, so read on for details.
Okay, while the following video might not feature your exact Sonic Forces OC-to-be, the generalized custom character is still just as in the spotlight as Sonic and pals. Check the custom hero's style out alongside Modern and Classic Sonic, followed by a look at power-ups and other features after the jump.
One of the best parts of Sonic Mania is the stellar opening animation by Tyson Hesse. The artist hopped on Sega's recent live stream to show an early version of the opening, adding in some interesting comments on the mix of color animation and black and white animatic.
It's been almost a year since we posted about the Sonic the Hedgehog movie. The feature was originally set up at Sony Entertainment, but the latest update has the rights moving over to Paramount Pictures. Neal H. Moritz will serve as producer on the project. Hit the jump for more!
It's up to Sonic, his friends, and your very own custom character to save the world once again in Sonic Forces, the next 3D entry in Sega's long- (and fast-) running series. With a little over a month to go until launch, Sega shared an English version of the story trailer.
Almost like it's picking up right after 1994's Sonic & Knuckles, the brand-new Sonic Mania feels like everything right about the classic Sonic games in one package, with a few new modern surprises! Hit the jump to check out our full review of the Blue Blur's 25th anniversary celebration--a written review by Nate Ming, and a video review by Sonic superfan Cameron Trentalange!