Sonic X-treme was Sega Technical Institute’s answer to bringing Sonic into 3D on the Saturn. The game was eventually canceled and Sonic would have to wait until Sonic Adventure on the Dreamcast before having his first true 3D outing. Had an original Sonic platformer been released on the Saturn, could…
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Sonic Adventure is not the Blue Blur’s only foray into the genre of action-adventure games. He’s raced against insects, appeared alongside the Simpsons, and spewed rings in Hell. You can catch these and more action-adventure cameos after the jump.
Many look back at canceled games and dream about what could have been. One such example is the canceled ToeJam and Earl 4. Could the title have revived the ToeJam and Earl series? You can see concept art and learn more about the canceled title after the jump.
During the 1990s, many school yards were divided after being engulfed by the console wars of the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. Despite these hectic times, Sonic’s presence was still felt on the SNES. How could Sega’s mascot have appeared on their rival’s console? Find out after the jump.
While it’s not a traditional Sega console, the VMU has had its fair share of postmortem releases. One such example is Alien Fighter. Is this vertical shooter worth popping batteries back into your VMU? Find out after the jump.
After selling the Sonic the Hedge-thong on their site, Sears has struck again with the Sonic the Hedgehog nail clipper/keychain combo. Now cutting your nails is as easy as grabbing your keys! The nail clipper/keychain combo is made from genuine chrome and features the Blue Blur giving a thumbs up….
Sonic’s list of cameo appearances is about to grow even larger. Namco and Sega have announced today that they will release Sonic DLC for the iOS drumming game Taiko no Tatsujin. The DLC will include the medley from Sonic 4 along with four other unconfirmed songs. While you tap to…