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Sonic Should Renegotiate

August 15, 2008

I don’t think the old boys at Sega are treating Sonic too nicely these days. I don’t just mean the truckful of crappy games he’s had in the last ten years. I mean that there’s AN ENTIRE ROOM full of games at their headquarters that “they just forget about.”

Ridiculous Room


How do you just forget about something like that? Was it hidden as well as the Batcave or something? Did you forget the notes you have to play to access it? No, I know, you forgot which copy of “Sonic Adventure” you had to pull to spin open the rotating wall. This room is a gold mine and you just forgot about it. Shame on you. You do realize that means somebody could have found it, not told anyone, and put the entire collection up for sale on eBay? He wouldn’t need to work another day in his life. Not with that silver Dreamcast included.

It’s unbelievable that Sega has this little of an idea of what goes on in their own offices. And just a week ago we were told that they couldn’t get games up on Live Arcade/PSN/WiiWare because “they couldn’t find the source code.” Well guess what? There it is, sitting right in front of you. Multiples of multiple copies of it.

What has the world come to when we forget we have something like this within walking, nay, crawling range? Sonic, if you wish to renegotiate your contract, give me a call, I’ll see what I can to get you over to Crystal Dynamics. They seem to be doing a good job with reviving long abused mascots.

Although, really, Sonic’s career ended when he had to give his oh-so-famous monologue:


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One Comment
  1. @ the video




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