It’s been 20 years since Sonic went variety, and that makes Yuji Naka “sad and happy”.
Are you ready to feel your bones crumble to dust? It’s been 20 years since the release of Sonic Adventure 2: Battle – the best Sonic game – on the GameCube. This also means that it’s been two decades since the green blur gave up his Sega console exclusivity, when the company pulled out of the console market.
This is something that Sonic co-creator Yuji Naka has mixed feelings about. Speaking on Twitter, Naka seemed to feel bittersweet as he reached the milestone, reflecting the series’ two decades of ups and downs.
Naka didn’t elaborate on his feelings or give any specific examples, but his comments about the anniversary are telling. “I have mixed feelings about Sonic running on non-Sega hardware,” Naka wrote. “sad and happy at the same time.”
It can be read that while Naka is happy to see Sonic living on despite Sega’s misfortunes, he is sad to see the company he worked for give up on the console market. Of course, it’s also possible that Naka is alluding to the game’s trajectory after this move is made. It’s commonly known that the series has enjoyed mixed critical hits when it comes to debuting on other platforms, from hits like Sonic Colors to stinky films like the popular 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog.
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On a note of joy, Naka is joining Sonic fans in getting excited about the next movie. A new trailer was announced this week, revealing that the sequel to the hit 2020 Sonic movie will be more inspired by games. Here, we see snapshots of what appears to be Angel Island, with Sonic and Knuckles attacking it alongside Master Emerald. But what seems to get fans most excited is this time around Eggman’s machines, as he’s seen deploying a giant robot – based on his appearance, of course.
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