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Celebrate Sonic’s 30th Anniversary with the latest issue of Retro Gamer

The new issue of Retro Gamer celebrates Sonic’s 30th anniversary with an amazing 32-page book and an exclusive new interview with Sonic Team Leader Takashi Iizuka.

The Sonic team leader looked at many aspects of the Sega mascot, from its unique appearance to the music and level design, and admitted that the original movie trailer was inaccurate.

“We made it clear to both the Sega team and the Paramount staff that Sonic’s design had to be revisited after the first trailer was released,” he says. “That allowed them to be open to listening to the fandom and bring our expertise to life.” Iizuka also dropped a few hints about the upcoming Netflix cartoon Sonic Prime, saying, “Sonic Prime is a 24-part series. A long, high-octane adventure built on the brand’s core pillars. The fate of a bizarre new multiverse in the series is It’s in Sonic’s hands. It’s not a race to save the universe, it’s a journey of self-discovery and redemption.”

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Iizuka also talks about the challenges of developing a game with a focus on speed, how the musical collaborations of many Sonic games come about, and how Classic Sonic has grown in popularity since its debut at Sonic Generations. “In fact, in 2017 we launched Sonic Mania with a focus on ‘classic’ Sonic,” he continues. Continues: “The ‘classic’ Sonic is a popular iteration that hopes to be part of Blue Blur’s future.”

In addition to the exclusive 12-page Sonic celebration, Issue 221 includes a 32-page mini-magazine dedicated to the hedgehog’s most exciting and popular games. A total of 40 titles are covered, from Sonic’s original Mega Drive debut to the 2019 release of Sonic Team Racing. In short, if you love Sonic, don’t miss the next part. Other highlights of Issue 221 include the Spy Vs Spy series, the behind-the-scenes story behind No One Lives Forever, They Stole A Million and Shantae, an interview with legendary TV host Violet Berlin, and a look at pico-8. . A virtual game console that takes the retro scene by storm.

Retro Gamer No. 221 Currently on sale. Don’t miss it!


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Celebrate Sonic’s 30th Anniversary with the latest issue of Retro Gamer

The new issue of Retro Gamer celebrates Sonic’s 30th anniversary with a fantastic 32-page book and an exclusive new interview with Sonic Team boss Takashi Iizuka. 
The head of Sonic Team looks at numerous aspects of Sega’s mascot, from his distinctive look to music and level design and admitted that the original movie trailer wasn’t quite right.
“It was clear to both our team at Sega and the folks at Paramount that we needed to reapproach Sonic’s design after the initial trailer was published,” he told us. “Because of that, they were open to listening to the fan base, which allowed us to provide our expertise as well”. Iizuka also dropped a few hints about the incoming Netflix cartoon, Sonic Prime, revealing that, “Sonic Prime is a 24-episode long high-octane adventure that draws upon the keystones of the brand. In the series, the fate of a strange new multiverse rests in Sonic’s hands. It’s more than a race to save the universe, it’s a journey of self-discovery and redemption.”
Be the first to get articles on the best retro delights by subscribing to Retro Gamer today.

(Image credit: Sega)
Iizuka also talks about the difficulties of making games that focus on speed, how the musical collaborations of many Sonic games come about and why Classic Sonic remains popular since his debut in Sonic Generations. “In fact, we have released Sonic Mania focused on the ‘classic’ Sonic in 2017,” continues. Going on to say that, “The ‘classic’ Sonic is a popular iteration who will hopefully be a part of the blue blur’s future.” 
In addition to our exclusive 12-page Sonic celebration, issue 221 also includes a 32-page mini-magazine devoted to the hedgehog’s most interesting and popular games. 40 titles are covered in total, from Sonic’s original Mega Drive debut to the 2019 release, Sonic Team Racing. In short, if you love Sonic you don’t want to miss our next issue. Other highlights of issue 221 include a look at the Spy Vs Spy series, behind the scenes features on No One Lives Forever, They Stole A Million and Shantae, an interview with the legendary TV presenter Violet Berlin and a look at the Pico-8, gaming’s virtual console which is taking the retro scene by storm. 
Issue 221 of Retro Gamer is on sale now. Don’t miss it!

#Celebrate #Sonics #30th #Anniversary #latest #issue #Retro #Gamer

Celebrate Sonic’s 30th Anniversary with the latest issue of Retro Gamer

The new issue of Retro Gamer celebrates Sonic’s 30th anniversary with a fantastic 32-page book and an exclusive new interview with Sonic Team boss Takashi Iizuka. 
The head of Sonic Team looks at numerous aspects of Sega’s mascot, from his distinctive look to music and level design and admitted that the original movie trailer wasn’t quite right.
“It was clear to both our team at Sega and the folks at Paramount that we needed to reapproach Sonic’s design after the initial trailer was published,” he told us. “Because of that, they were open to listening to the fan base, which allowed us to provide our expertise as well”. Iizuka also dropped a few hints about the incoming Netflix cartoon, Sonic Prime, revealing that, “Sonic Prime is a 24-episode long high-octane adventure that draws upon the keystones of the brand. In the series, the fate of a strange new multiverse rests in Sonic’s hands. It’s more than a race to save the universe, it’s a journey of self-discovery and redemption.”
Be the first to get articles on the best retro delights by subscribing to Retro Gamer today.

(Image credit: Sega)
Iizuka also talks about the difficulties of making games that focus on speed, how the musical collaborations of many Sonic games come about and why Classic Sonic remains popular since his debut in Sonic Generations. “In fact, we have released Sonic Mania focused on the ‘classic’ Sonic in 2017,” continues. Going on to say that, “The ‘classic’ Sonic is a popular iteration who will hopefully be a part of the blue blur’s future.” 
In addition to our exclusive 12-page Sonic celebration, issue 221 also includes a 32-page mini-magazine devoted to the hedgehog’s most interesting and popular games. 40 titles are covered in total, from Sonic’s original Mega Drive debut to the 2019 release, Sonic Team Racing. In short, if you love Sonic you don’t want to miss our next issue. Other highlights of issue 221 include a look at the Spy Vs Spy series, behind the scenes features on No One Lives Forever, They Stole A Million and Shantae, an interview with the legendary TV presenter Violet Berlin and a look at the Pico-8, gaming’s virtual console which is taking the retro scene by storm. 
Issue 221 of Retro Gamer is on sale now. Don’t miss it!

#Celebrate #Sonics #30th #Anniversary #latest #issue #Retro #Gamer


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