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Sonic the Hedgehog Fanfilm in the works

Sonic the Hedgehog Fanfilm in the works

Since Sonic’s 20th Anniversary is arriving, why not celebrate the blue Hedgehog with an awesome fanfilm? Eddie Lebron, writer and director of the amazing feature length “Megaman” fanfilm, decided he’d deliver just that, and recently announced that feature our favorite Blue blur! The film will be a non-profit 10-20 minute short, free to download and to watch. It will be based around mostly about the games and some Satam elements, but is said to be a prequel, taking place before the very first game. Characters so far announced include: Sonic, Eggman and E series droids, which have taken the place of swatbots.  Other characters are still up for consideration (*cough* Tails and Knuckles *cough*). Despite being a live action film, Sonic will be completely CGI. Release information and other details are quickly approaching, which Lebron hoping for a June or July release. In the meantime, check out the first trailer

Sonic the Hedgehog 20th anniversary

Sonic the Hedgehog 20th anniversary

It was way back in 1991 when Sega first premiered Sonic the Hedgehog for Sega Genesis. From that moment on, Sonic became the company’s most iconic mascot, knocking Alex Kidd from the title, and never looking back. From his first appearance as a dashboard toy in Rad Mobile, to his Sonic X animated series, battling with Dr. Eggman and Dr. Robotnik, meeting up with Tails and Knuckles, through Sega CD and Dreamcast, the Sonic Storybook series, and more — Sonic has been a blue blur of excitement for over 20 years. It’s no wonder Sega is making big strides for the Hedgehog’s 20th anniversary. Sonic Generations will help get this point across in a big way, as gamers can play through new and classic episodes as Classic Sonic or Modern Sonic. Will you guys be celebrating his big day at your house?

Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I is Sonic’s Welcome home

Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I is Sonic's Welcome home

Set shortly after Sonic & Knuckles; Sonic the Hedgehog 4 feature’s Sonic in an epic battle with Doctor Eggman (aka Dr. Robotnik) and his Death Egg space station. When Sonic prevails, he does what every hyperspeed blue hedgehog in sneakers would do; he takes a break! He parties with his pals Tails and Knuckles, then sets off to explore new territories and new adventures. But the ever wily Dr. Eggman didn’t go down with the Death Egg ship — rather, he’s been planning and plotting his revenge, ever since. That’s the thing about these supervillains, they never stay down! Thankfully, whether you have a Nintendo Wii, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, or the iPhone, you’ll be able to get your hands on Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I, and keep Eggman at bay! Sonic 4 is ready for download on WiiWare, Playstation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, and iTunes as of October 11th in the U.S., and it’s worth every bit. Take a look at IGN’s review

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing is an all new video game adventure for your pal Sonic the Hedgehog. In a frantic battle to the checkered flag, Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing sees Sonic and friends speed around tracks set in medieval castle ramparts, lush rain forests and bustling cities, all taken from the visually rich and varied universes of Sonic and SEGA. Dr. Eggman, Tails, AiAi, Amigo and many more will join Sonic in their custom built vehicles, revving their engines and jostling to stay ahead of the pack. Check out the trailer after the break!

Sonic Unleashed screen shots

Sonic Unleashed

Sonic Unleashed, will be hitting all major home video game consoles in just a few more weeks; PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, and Xbox 360.  The game features your favorite blue speedster, Sonic the Hedgehog as he attempts to restore the world to normal after his nemesis, Doctor Eggman, threatens with a powerful new ray weapon and the power of the Chaos Emeralds.  But that’s not all Sonic must deal with — he also struggles with his new beast form generated by the corrupted Emeralds, becoming Sonic the Werehog. You’ll get your traditional platforming and speed, with 2D side-scrolling gameplay and 3D visuals in addition to behind-the-back, third-person stages.  It’s out in the US on November 18th, so get ready to get going!!  Check out some sweet screen grabs after the break!

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