Our wishes came true last week, as the iPhone and iPad were revealed as the mystery platforms for upcoming series revitalisation Sonic the Hedgehog 4.
Coined (or should that be ringed?) as the sequel to 1994's Mega Drive hit Sonic 3, this new multiplatform release has a lot to live up to.
Sonic fanatics will be hoping for SEGA to finally give them a 'real' Sonic game - none of this 3D tomfoolery with half a dozen ridiculously-named creatures slowing our speed fiend down, oh no.
Mike Rose and Richard Brown, two of Pocket Gamer's Sonic buffs, discussed what they'd like to see - and what they'd like to see less of - in Sonic's rebirth.