No matter how old we get or how stressful our day is, Sonic will somehow always be there. I was first introduced to Sonic through the joys of playing my SEGA Genesis (which I still have and still works) many decades ago (not that many decades). I often spent many hours chasing coins, bouncing around the casino level, and being lazy by trying to have Tails carry me throughout the level.
Despite the many bumps in the Sonic road, the franchise just keeps rolling on with more games, TV shows (the struggle of Sonic Boom) and more. However, SEGA appears to have replaced the present with the past and has decided, if ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
While Sonic Forces brings something little new and exciting, Sonic Mania is a return to the classics. However, these games will usher in a new era that SEGA is very proud to make into a reality.
The Koalition had an opportunity to speak with SEGA PR Manager Edith Yang to talk about everything we can expect from Sonic Forces and Sonic Mania.
Sonic Mania will release on August 18th and Sonic Forces will release on November 7th for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One.