Real life is gross, and Scientifically Accurate videos pop up from time to time to remind us that our favorite characters would be disgusting if they were real. Thus, it should come as no surprise that Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends aren't an exception, as you'll see after the jump.
Looks like those rumors from late last year of Sony making a movie based on the Sonic the Hedgehog game series have panned out. Sony and producer Neal Moritz have announced the project with Japan-based Marza Animation Planet, a division of the Sega Sammy Group working on the hybrid CG-animate/live action feature. More after the jump.
We've seen what Sega and the folks behind Sonic Boom did with the franchise's classic character designs, but what about original characters? Well, it's time to meet Sticks after the jump.
I never thought I'd see the day that Sonic the Hedgehog donned Link's gear for a speedy jaunt through the world of The Legend of Zelda. We knew it was coming, but a preview over at IGN shows that Sonic Lost World's crossover with Zelda is still a very real thing. Hit the jump for videos and more.
Some fans were a bit startled by the new character designs for Sonic Boom, which spins the franchise in a different direction with new games, a TV series, and more. It sounds like early cracks at the designs were way more shocking, though, to the point that Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka found them "traumatic." Read on for more.
If Sega's reveal of the new Sonic Boom sub-brand piqued your interest, you can learn more about the series, bandages and all, in a recently-posted behind the scenes video. Hit the jump for details on why Knuckles looks so juiced and more.
Sega finally busted out some details on Sonic Boom, an animated series coming to Cartoon Network this fall. It turns out the CG-animated series is paving the way for a new franchise direction, with Wii U and 3DS games to follow suit along with a line of toys. Hit the jump for trailers and more.
On Sunday we posted about a rumor regarding a 2015 Sonic the Hedgehog listed for release on Wii U, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The listing came from a poster by Sonic toys maker Jazwares at last week's Nuremberg Toy Fair and, as tends to happen with these things, Sega says it's "incorrect." Read on for more.
If a poster spotted at last week's Nuremberg Toy Fair is to be believed, there's a new Sonic the Hedgehog game planned for Wii U, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2015. Read on for more.
The name Greg Martin might not ring a bell to most of you, but there's no doubt you've seen his work. In fact, a great deal of your childhood was likely peppered with his cover designs for countless classic games. Sadly, according to a post one of his friends made over at the Nintendo Age forums, Greg Martin has passed away. Read on for more.
As spotted over at Kotaku, Sony Pictures recently registered some interesting domains related to the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. Though no plans have been announced, see the registered domains and more past the jump.
Back in July Sega confirmed its 3D Classics titles for release on Nintendo 3DS in the west. Flash forward to today and we finally have a lock on some of the details, including pricing and release dates. More after the jump.
Variety reports that Sega is bringing Sonic the Hedgehog back to the small screen in the Blue Blur's first CG-animated TV series. Sega's teaming up with Genao Productions to deliver the tentatively-titled Sonic Boom to Cartoon Network audiences in Fall 2014. Read on for more.