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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 623d ago | article

From Pixels to Polygons: Sonic the Hedgehog series

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'In From Pixels to Polygons, we examine classic game franchises that have survived the long transition from the 8- or 16-bit era to the current console generation.

Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog series, once considered as the rival franchise to Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros., has gone on to become a cultural phenomenon. Despite some troubled developments in recent years, the Sonic series has remained incredibly popular and, to this day, one of Sega’s key franchises. With the recent announcement of Sonic Lost World, we thought it would be the perfect time to look back at Sega’s mascot and explore just how far he’s come since the days of the Genesis.' (Culture, Retro, Sonic The Hedgehog)

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