History Franchise / SonicTheHedgehog

20th Apr '17 10:13:22 AM Prinzenick
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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Eggman ''never'' succeeds at any of his plans in the long run, either due to Sonic getting in the way, or because whatever force he's using spirals out of his control, and whatever [[TeamRocketWins little victories he does earn now and then]] are short term at best. Eggman Nega in VideoGame/SonicRivals reveals that he will never succeed, and that his failures ruin the Robotnik name.
10th Apr '17 3:26:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''Sonic The Hedgehog kiddie ride'' - a kiddie ride in the form of Sonic's car in SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing.

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* ''Sonic The Hedgehog kiddie ride'' - a kiddie ride in the form of Sonic's car in SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing.VideoGame/SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing.



** As of 2012, Sega is attempting to re-enter the kiddie ride market with a straight up kiddie ride based on Sonic's car in SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing[[http://sonic.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sonic_kiddie_ride.jpg]]

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** As of 2012, Sega is attempting to re-enter the kiddie ride market with a straight up kiddie ride based on Sonic's car in SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing[[http://sonic.VideoGame/SonicAndSegaAllStarsRacing[[http://sonic.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sonic_kiddie_ride.jpg]]
10th Apr '17 3:21:11 PM nombretomado
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** Sonic characters also crossover with other Sega characters in the ''Tennis'' and ''All-Stars Racing'' installments of the ''SegaSuperstars'' series.

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** Sonic characters also crossover with other Sega characters in the ''Tennis'' and ''All-Stars Racing'' installments of the ''SegaSuperstars'' ''VideoGame/SegaSuperstars'' series.
8th Apr '17 5:30:37 AM Dere
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** ''Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I'' ([[IOSGames iOS]], UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/Xbox360, 2010)

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** ''Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I'' ([[IOSGames iOS]], UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/Xbox360, UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows, 2010)
5th Apr '17 10:25:12 AM Prinzenick
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* ''Manga/SonicTheHedgehogStoryComic''

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* ''Manga/SonicTheHedgehogStoryComic''''Manga/SonicTheHedgehogStoryComic'' (manga)



* ''Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic'' (manga)



** The three DiC Sonic cartoons (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, Satam, and Sonic Underground) land squarely on the InNameOnly end of the scale. The ''only'' thing tying them to the games are Sonic himself, Tails, Robotnik (who all look and act very different from his game counterpart) and the very sporadic use of Chaos Emeralds and rings.
** Sonic The Movie is a Recognizable Adaptation. It doesnt reuse any story material from the games, but the art style and tone very closely match the original games, Sonic CD in particular.
** Sonic X hovers between being a Near Identical Adaptation and a PragmaticAdaptation, sometimes bordering on Recognizable Adaptation. The first two seasons directly adapt both of the Sonic Adventure games quite faithfully and follow the art style and personalities of the games to a tee, but it also adds a lot of new characters and story arcs that arent in the games. The third season shifts gears and creates an entire new story arc that has absolutely nothing to do with the games aside from the characters sticking around.
** The Sonic Promo Comic is a Recognizable Adaptation, following the aesthetic of the original game to a tie, but having a non canon origin story that is completely different from the game.
** The Sonic Story Manga is a Near Identical Adaptation. It follows the art style and basic conflict of the games much more closely than the western promo comic, but throws in some minor anime elements and human characters that arent present in the first game.
** The other Sonic manga published after it, in stark contrast, are InNameOnly takes on the series.
** The Archie Sonic comics varied with this. The early comics started as a Recognizable Adaptation (sometimes bordering on InNameOnly, but just barely more faithful than Satam) of the games, but quickly veered off by introducing a truckload of new characters and story arcs instead of just adaptating the conflict of the games, making it a PragmaticAdaptation instead. The ContinuityReboot did away with this, with the new timeline basically being a Near Identical Adaptation of the games with some Pragmatic Adaptation elements sandwiched in.
** The UK based Sonic The Comic has a similar situation of being both a Recognizable and Pragmatic Adaptation. On one hand, it does follow certain elements of the original games faithfully, but on the other hand, the liberties they take tend to greatly deviate from the source material.
** Sonic Boom hovers between being a Recognizable Adaptation and an InNameOnly adaptation. The core characters and their personalities are still intact, but absolutely nothing else from the games, not even the Chaos Emeralds, are present.

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** The three DiC Sonic cartoons (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, Satam, (''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'', ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'', and Sonic Underground) ''WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground'') land squarely on the InNameOnly end of the scale. The ''only'' thing tying them to the games are Sonic himself, Tails, Robotnik (who all look and act very different from his game counterpart) and the very sporadic use of Chaos Emeralds and rings.
** Sonic The Movie ''Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie'' is a Recognizable Adaptation. It doesnt doesn't reuse any story material from the games, but the art style and tone very closely match the original games, Sonic CD in particular.
** Sonic X ''Anime/SonicX'' hovers between being a Near Identical Adaptation and a PragmaticAdaptation, sometimes bordering on Recognizable Adaptation. The first two seasons directly adapt both of the Sonic Adventure games quite faithfully and follow the art style and personalities of the games to a tee, but it also adds a lot of new characters and story arcs that arent in the games. The third season shifts gears and creates an entire new story arc that has absolutely nothing to do with the games aside from the characters sticking around.
** The Sonic Promo Comic ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogPromoComic is a Recognizable Adaptation, following the aesthetic of the original game to a tie, but having a non canon origin story that is completely different from the game.
** The Sonic Story Manga ''Manga/SonicTheHedgehogStoryComic'' manga is a Near Identical Adaptation. It follows the art style and basic conflict of the games much more closely than the western promo comic, but throws in some minor anime elements and human characters that arent present in the first game.
** The other Sonic manga published after it, Shogaku Ninensei, CoroCoro Comic and Shogakukan, in stark contrast, are InNameOnly takes on the series.
** The [[ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog Archie Sonic comics comics]] varied with this. The early comics started as a Recognizable Adaptation (sometimes bordering on InNameOnly, but just barely more faithful than Satam) of the games, but quickly veered off by introducing a truckload of new characters and story arcs instead of just adaptating the conflict of the games, making it a PragmaticAdaptation instead. The ContinuityReboot did away with this, with the new timeline basically being a Near Identical Adaptation of the games with some Pragmatic Adaptation elements sandwiched in.
** The UK based Sonic The Comic ComicBook/SonicTheComic has a similar situation of being both a Recognizable and Pragmatic Adaptation. On one hand, it does follow certain elements of the original games faithfully, but on the other hand, the liberties they take tend to greatly deviate from the source material. \n The [[Webcomic/SonicTheComicOnline unofficial continuation of it]] deviates even further from the source material.
** Sonic Boom ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' hovers between being a Recognizable Adaptation and an InNameOnly adaptation. The core characters and their personalities are still intact, but absolutely nothing else from the games, not even the Chaos Emeralds, are present.
4th Apr '17 11:20:13 PM Prinzenick
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** The Sonic Story Manga is a Near Identical Adaptation. It follows the art style and basic conflict of the games much more closely than the western promo comic, but throws in some minor anime elements and human characters that arent present in the first game.
** The other Sonic manga published after it, in stark contrast, are InNameOnly takes on the series.
4th Apr '17 11:14:54 PM Prinzenick
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* SlidingScaleOfAdaptationModification: The series many spinoffs and tie ins are all over the place with this, and almost none of them follow the games to a tee:
** The three DiC Sonic cartoons (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, Satam, and Sonic Underground) land squarely on the InNameOnly end of the scale. The ''only'' thing tying them to the games are Sonic himself, Tails, Robotnik (who all look and act very different from his game counterpart) and the very sporadic use of Chaos Emeralds and rings.
** Sonic The Movie is a Recognizable Adaptation. It doesnt reuse any story material from the games, but the art style and tone very closely match the original games, Sonic CD in particular.
** Sonic X hovers between being a Near Identical Adaptation and a PragmaticAdaptation, sometimes bordering on Recognizable Adaptation. The first two seasons directly adapt both of the Sonic Adventure games quite faithfully and follow the art style and personalities of the games to a tee, but it also adds a lot of new characters and story arcs that arent in the games. The third season shifts gears and creates an entire new story arc that has absolutely nothing to do with the games aside from the characters sticking around.
** The Sonic Promo Comic is a Recognizable Adaptation, following the aesthetic of the original game to a tie, but having a non canon origin story that is completely different from the game.
** The Archie Sonic comics varied with this. The early comics started as a Recognizable Adaptation (sometimes bordering on InNameOnly, but just barely more faithful than Satam) of the games, but quickly veered off by introducing a truckload of new characters and story arcs instead of just adaptating the conflict of the games, making it a PragmaticAdaptation instead. The ContinuityReboot did away with this, with the new timeline basically being a Near Identical Adaptation of the games with some Pragmatic Adaptation elements sandwiched in.
** The UK based Sonic The Comic has a similar situation of being both a Recognizable and Pragmatic Adaptation. On one hand, it does follow certain elements of the original games faithfully, but on the other hand, the liberties they take tend to greatly deviate from the source material.
** Sonic Boom hovers between being a Recognizable Adaptation and an InNameOnly adaptation. The core characters and their personalities are still intact, but absolutely nothing else from the games, not even the Chaos Emeralds, are present.
31st Mar '17 7:50:28 AM PrincessPandaTrope
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* PantyShot: In some games, the play can catch a rare glimpse of Amy and Cream's white panties under their skirts.
16th Mar '17 4:45:35 PM Brandar
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* ''VideoGame/ProjectSonic2017'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, UsefulNotes/XboxOne, UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, PC, 2017)

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* ''VideoGame/ProjectSonic2017'' ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, UsefulNotes/XboxOne, UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, PC, 2017)
16th Mar '17 3:31:22 AM Rorosilky5
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And that's Sonic the Hedgehog in a nutshell--well, except for the pub part ([[{{Dissimile}} and the "hell, naw" part]]...[[VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog usually]]).

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And that's Sonic ''Sonic the Hedgehog Hedgehog'' in a nutshell--well, except for the pub part ([[{{Dissimile}} and the "hell, naw" part]]...[[VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog usually]]).
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