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The many casino zones of Sonic the Hedgehog
Friday, 25th September 2020, 11:49am (UTC), 0 Comments
Ask most people to name, off the top of their head, the most iconic Sonic the Hedgehog level themes, and the casino zone will no doubt fall from their lips - albeit right after the obligatory introductory tropical paradise level of course. Dr. Eggman has to fund his nefarious schemes one way or another, so perhaps this explains the abundance of casinos throughout the series history. Let's look back at some of the most notable entries..

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The History of Slot Machines in the Sonic the Hedgehog Franchise
Tuesday, 23rd June 2020, 5:01pm (UTC), 0 Comments


Slot machines have been a part of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise for longer than most fans will realize. Players are typically encouraged to interact with these video slot games to help them unlock additional in-game rewards, or run the risk of losing gold rings. Since their first appearance in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, video slots have becoming a recurring feature, although the slots have been given a revamp in line with the differing themes of each Sonic release.


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From Sonic to The Simpsons: Classics Living on in Video Games
Friday, 15th May 2020, 9:39am (UTC), 0 Comments
From Sonic to The Simpsons: Classics Living on in Video Games Why let go of your favorite classics when they are constantly being revived? You can always find new ways to enjoy retro games, TV shows and movies that have left their mark on the world. And this is thanks to the video game industry above all else. Over the years, developers have breathed new life into classic entertainment and kept beloved characters from fading away. However, this doesn't mean that other industries have stood idle. The combined efforts of entertainment mediums have helped hallmark characters and their worlds thrive. It's because of their enduring popularity and fans' dedication that they re-emerge every now and then in new forms to bring back good old memories. Below are four examples of classic franchises still going strong today.

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Try Out Rocket League - a Perfect Blend of Soccer and Racing Cars
Monday, 4th May 2020, 11:56am (UTC), 0 Comments
Until the release of Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, gaming fans could either choose a game featuring soccer or car racing. In 2008, this unique title combined the two in the most creative way possible, thus reaching out to players who love both game types.

Unfortunately, the game was not as successful as expected. Yet, the developers didn't give up on the idea and kept working on improving the game. Finally, the product called Rocket League hit the gaming market in 2015 and got the praise it deserved.


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A Glance into the Sonic The Hedgehog Spin-Off Universe
Friday, 24th April 2020, 4:53pm (UTC), 0 Comments
Sonic the Hedgehog arrived with a bang on our SEGA Genesis consoles back in 1991, and has since produced a wide range of video games and related merchandise. As any successful franchise, it has also inspired a series of spin-offs, which are sometimes underrated and occasionally completely unknown even to hardcore fans. Here are our top picks across the Sonic the Hedgehog universe.

Sonic the Hedgehog movies: from obscure anime to blockbuster

It is not unusual for a successful video game to have its own series of spin-offs. for example, the Lara Croft gaming title series has produced a few popular movies, with the latest installment being the 2018 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider film starring Alicia Vikander. Another popular gaming franchise that received the Hollywood treatment was Assassin's Creed, first created by Ubisoft in 2007. Released in 2016 and starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, Assassin's Creed did not perform that well at the box office and was panned by critics, despite the promising potential of its source material.


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