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Sonic Movie: Night of the Warehog  







Sonic Movie: Night of the Warehog

     
Sonic Movie: Shadow the Hedgehog  



Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 1
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 2
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 3
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 4
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 5
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 6
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 7
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 8
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 9
Shadow the Hedgehog Video Part 10

     
Sonic Movie: Sonic Adventure- The Movie  

Sonic Adventure Video Part 1
Sonic Adventure Video Part 2
Sonic Adventure Video Part 3
Sonic Adventure Video Part 4
Sonic Adventure Video Part 5
Sonic Adventure Video Part 6
Sonic Adventure Video Part 7
Sonic Adventure Video Part 8
Sonic Adventure Video Part 9
Sonic Adventure Video Part 10
Sonic Adventure Video Part 11
Sonic Adventure Video Part 12
Sonic Adventure Video Part 13
Sonic Adventure Video Part 14
Sonic Adventure Video Part 15
Sonic Adventure Video Part 16
Sonic Adventure Video Part 17

     
Sonic Movie: Sonic Adventure 2  

Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 1

Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 2
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 3
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 4
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 5
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 6
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 7
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 8
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 9
Sonic Adventure 2 Video Part 10
     
Sonic Movie: Sonic Rap  







Sonic Rap

     
Sonic Movie: The Sonic Riders  





The Sonic Riders Part 1
The Sonic Riders Part 2
The Sonic Riders Part 3
The Sonic Riders Part 4
The Sonic Riders Part 5
The Sonic Riders Part 6

About Sega Sonic the Hedgehog:
Sega wanted a game capable of selling over one million copies and a character to replace Alex Kidd as the company's mascot. Several character designs were submitted by its AM8 research & development department, including an armadillo (which then developed into Mighty the Armadillo), a dog, a Theodore Roosevelt look-alike in pajamas (which would later be the basis of Eggman's design), and a rabbit (intended to use its extendible ears to collect objects; these aspects were later incorporated into Ristar).Eventually, Naoto Ōshima's spiky teal hedgehog, initially codenamed "Mr Needlemouse",was chosen as the new mascot. Sonic's blue pigmentation was chosen to match Sega's blue logo, his shoes were a concept evolved from a design inspired by Michael Jackson's boots with the addition of the color red, which was inspired by Santa Claus and his personality was based on Bill Clinton's fast reaction to trouble. The character was created without the ability to swim because of a mistaken assumption by Yuji Naka that all hedgehogs couldn't. A group of fifteen people started working on Sonic the Hedgehog, and renamed themselves Sonic Team. The game's soundtrack was composed by Masato Nakamura of the band Dreams Come True. Sega sponsored the group's "Wonder 3" tour, painting Sonic on the tour bus, distributing pamphlets advertising the game, and having footage of the game broadcast above stage prior to its release.

The original concepts had Sonic with fangs and in a band with a human girlfriend named Madonna, however Sega of America "softened" the character up for an American audience by removing these, sparking a heated issue with Sonic Team, although Naka later admitted it was probably for the best. Sonic's appearance varies greatly depending on the medium and the style in which he is drawn. In the video games, Sonic's original design by Oshima was quite short and round, with short quills, a round body and no visible irises (see artwork at left). Artwork featuring this design and drawn by Akira Watanabe was displayed on the package artwork for Sonic the Hedgehog, and most subsequent Sonic video games featured similar designs.

When Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for the Mega Drive appeared, Sonic's proportions changed. The original 1:2 head to height ratio became 1:2:5
Beginning with Sonic Adventure in 1998, Sonic was redesigned by Yuji Uekawa as a taller character with longer legs and a less spherical body, longer and more drooping quills, the addition of shoe buckles, and green-colored irises. Further subtle changes to the character's design have been made in subsequent games. Spin-off media such as comics and cartoons have featured variations on all these video game designs, with restrictions set by the standardized model sheets.

Quite a number of different actors have provided the voice for Sonic in his game appearances. Sonic's first voice actor was Takeshi Kusao for SegaSonic the Hedgehog, with Junichi Kanemaru continually voicing the role beginning with the release of Sonic Adventure. Sonic's first English game voice was provided by Ryan Drummond beginning with Sonic Adventure, a role he continued until 2004, when he was replaced by Jason Anthony Griffith, who previously voiced the character in the American dub of the anime series Sonic X.

Sonic's first appearance in the video game world was in the platform game Sonic the Hedgehog (sometimes referred to simply as Sonic 1) for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, which also introduced his nemesis Dr. Robotnik (more commonly known as Dr. Eggman). His two-tailed fox friend Miles "Tails" Prower joined him in the game's 1992 sequel Sonic 2. Sonic CD, released in 1993, introduced Sonic's self-proclaimed girlfriend Amy Rose and his robotic doppelgänger Metal Sonic (not to be confused with Mecha Sonic, an alternate model made later by Dr. Robotnik) as Sonic traveled through time to ensure a good future for the world. Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and its direct sequel Sonic & Knuckles, both released in 1994, saw Sonic and Tails battle Dr. Robotnik again, with the additional threat of Knuckles the Echidna, tricked by Robotnik into thinking Sonic was a threat to his home.

Other two-dimensional platformers starring Sonic include Sonic Chaos (1993), Sonic Triple Trouble (1994), Sonic Blast (1996), Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure (1999), Sonic Advance in (2001), Sonic Advance 2 (2002), Sonic Advance 3 (2004), Sonic Rush (2005), and Sonic Rush Adventure (2007).
Sonic Adventure (1998/1999) was Sonic Team's return to the character for a major game. It featured Sonic returning from vacation to find the city of Station Square under attack by a new, very powerful foe named Chaos, under the control of Dr. Eggman. This was also the first Sonic game to have a complete voice-over. Sonic Adventure 2 (2001) placed Sonic on-the-run from the military (G.U.N) after being mistaken for a new enemy, Shadow the Hedgehog, the Ultimate Life Form. Sonic Heroes (2004) has Sonic teaming up with Tails and Knuckles (along with other characters) against the newly rebuilt Metal Sonic, who had betrayed his master. Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) features Sonic in the city of water, "Soleanna", where he must rescue Princess Elise from Dr. Eggman while trying to avoid a new threat to his own life, Silver the Hedgehog. He is the only playable character in Sonic Unleashed (2008), in which he unwillingly gains a new personality, "Sonic the Werehog;" the result of Sonic being fused with Dark Gaia's power. He gains incredible strength and flexibility in exchange for his speed.

Sonic and the Secret Rings (2007) features Sonic in a story book world of the "Arabian Nights". A Nintendo Power cover scan was released spoiling a new Sonic game titled Sonic and the Black Knight. Soon after, Sega confirmed that it was in fact real and was going to be the second title in the Sonic Storybook spinoff series, making Sonic and the Secret Rings the first.

Sonic has also been featured in games of many genres other than 2D and 3D platform games. The first of these was a pinball game, Sonic Spinball (1993), which expanded upon the pinball sequences in the first three platform games. Then, more spin-offs appeared like: Sonic Labyrinth (1995) and Sonic 3D Blast (1996), the racing games Sonic Drift (1994), Sonic Drift 2 (1995), Sonic R (1996), Sonic Riders (2006), Sonic Rivals (2006), Sonic Rivals 2 (2007) and Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity (2008), the fighting games Sonic the Fighters (1996), Sonic Battle (2003), the mobile game Sonic Jump (2005) and has made an appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008). Sonic is the first playable character in his first role-playing game Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood (2008).
Video games such as Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine (1993), Knuckles Chaotix (1995), Tails' Skypatrol (1995), Tails Adventure (1995), and Shadow the Hedgehog (2005) starred supporting characters of the Sonic series, although Sonic himself cameos in most of these titles.

-- Referenced from Wikipedia

 

More About Sonic:
On June 23, 1991, platforming action game Sonic the Hedgehog made its debut in the United States on the Sega Genesis. Sega is marking the anniversary by giving away tons of free Sonic-related swag. Head over to the publisher's official Sonic blog for more. Sonic served as the slightly edgier alternative to then-rival Nintendo and its mascot Mario in the '90s. Both companies were engaged in a heated console battle as Sega's Genesis battled the Super Nintendo. Sega would eventually drop out of the console market near the start of this decade, ceasing production of its final device, the Dreamcast.

Ironically, most of Sonic's recent success stems from a partnership with Nintendo's mascot in the surprisingly successful Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games for the Nintendo Wii and DS. The 2007 title sold 5 million copies within its first four months at retail.

 
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