Unstoppable for 30 Years: Check Out Sonic’s Anniversary Video

We’re almost there! Sonic’s big 30th celebration is under way, and SEGA is kicking things off with a rather motivational video showcasing how Sonic has inspired fans old and new!

This short but sweet retrospective of Sonic’s influence on fans through the games, comics, cartoons and more is doing a fantastic job of bringing the hype for next month, and beyond. What do you think about this video?

Please stay tuned to the Sonic Stadium for the latest in news! When we find out more , we’ll be there in a supersonic second.

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8 Comments

  1. Hey, i’ve just seen this video on YouTube which has Classic Sonic winking on the man’s shirt and tapping his foot on the lunchbox, it looks good. What are your thoughts about it?

  2. Honestly, I’m surprised by the production quality of the video. I wasn’t expecting anything like that. It’s very well done and captures the spirit of Sonic. I’m excited.

  3. Seems that we might be getting small glimpse of the new upcoming content at 1:04 mark. You can make your guesses why Sonic has cyan aura while running at forest background.

  4. Boy that just barely shows enough footage to make “cartoons” plural. 6 animated tv series and an OVA duology and all we get to see is Sonic X and the straight to youtube shorts*. I’m not surprised all the 90s cartoons were MIA, but they really hate Sonic Boom huh?

    *nothing against the Sonic Mania and Team Sonic Racing shorts, those are some stellar cartoons. But also all of then together are about the length of 1 or 2 episodes of any of the other shows. They are a very small part of the franchise compared to the nostalgia for SatAM or AoStH for example.

  5. I don’t think they hate Sonic Boom, it made them quite a pretty penny. I’m pretty sure, with Sonic Prime being the next big focus, they are just okay with leaving the Boom AU in the past. The TV show was the ONLY thing that was received well from that experiment and, considering there’s a whole new TV series coming next year, they can are going to put Boom Sonic to rest and focus on more consistent branding.

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