What if Sonic the Hedgehog was not just a speedy mascot with a long list of furry sidekicks, but more like Mario, a loner with occasional superpowers that could let Sega's mascot fly, drill through solid ground or become a laser?
We've been impressed by what we've seen so far of the Wii version of Sonic Colors. How does the DS version look? Pretty colorful.
Sega celebrates the impending release of Sonic Colors in New York City tomorrow evening with an ice skating party in Bryant Park. Need a reason to care? How about free hedgehog hats?
Sega has made a lot of Sonic games. Too many, perhaps? You betcha.
This is sure to bring out either chuckles or frowns from anyone old enough to remember the console wars of the 1990s: the design of Sonic's recent titles has been altered to appeal to Nintendo fans.
We are getting awfully close to the release of Sonic Colors. When will the other shoe drop? When will we discover this is another secretly-displeasing Sonic game? Not today. Not when I saw the game's multiplayer mode.
Not only do Europeans get an additional "U" in their version of Sonic Colors, they also get the option to pay more for a box filled with toys.
And I thought it was weird that I played Duke Nukem Forever on Friday at PAX 2010. Did I also play a new Sonic game that was good? Was it all a dream?
Sega is giving Sonic Colors all sorts of love today, confirming a November release date, showing off the game's box art, and releasing this action-packed trailer featuring exciting gameplay and the worst Sonic theme song since "Seven Rings in Hand."
What could possibly link Sega's speedy blue hedgehog with a founding member of the Bio-terrorism Security Assessment Alliance and a Renaissance-era Italian assassin? Meet Sonic the Hedgehog's new voice actor, Roger Craig Smith.
Preorder Sonic Colors for the Nintendo DS or Wii from GameStop, and you get this hat.
The creators of Sonic the Hedgehog are borrowing a more current page from Nintendo's Mario, giving the speedy blue mascot a galactic adventure and some super powered suits of his own to wear in Sonic Colors.
Yesterday Sega revealed a new Sonic the Hedgehog game, Sonic Colors, but didn't mention who'd be handling development duties. According to an update from ArchangelUK at the Sega City Blognik, the development team formerly known as Sega AM8, Sonic Team, will be handling development on the Wii version, with longtime…
With fans eagerly awaiting the retro Sonic 4, Sega pulls back the curtain on Sonic Colors, a brand new adventure for the Nintendo Wii and DS, heading our way by the end of 2010. Check out the reveal trailer!