Sega has delivered an impressive roster of titles over the past few decades. These groundbreaking franchises include Sonic the Hedgehog, Ecco the Dolphine, Death Adder, and lots more. These amazing characters and their games have definitely made our childhood memorable.
Now the studio is planning to host a fantastic evening to pay homage to everyone’s favorite head hog in Sonic. The concert will be streamed live on the studio’s official YouTube and Twitch channel on November 30, 3:00 pm ET / 8 pm GMT.
video source: Sonic the Hedgehog
Sega’s concert by Steve Aoki will take place digitally
The concert is going to feature Steve’s remixed version of iconic Sonic tracks that have enthralled the world for two decades. Tracks from iconic titles from the 16-bit era to the modern-day. The entire 60-minute will definitely take the fans on a wild ride through the time as Steve teleports across various iconic areas of Sonic universe.
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The digital environment will not stay the same as the concert progresses, fans will get to witness various important locations and maps that the community can recognize. Steve is also a massive fan of video games and in the aforementioned video, he expressed his love for the character. He went into great detail to speak about how everything began and why he loves Sonic so much and what tracks he likes the most.
“The best Sonic game is definitely the OG Sonic the Hedgehog. That’s the game that started it all for me. That’s the game I was most obsessed with, and I just remember putting it in the Genesis console and just rocking out. My favorite song from Sonic the Hedgehog is definitely Stardust Speedway [from Sonic CD]. That’s why I remixed it: when I hear it, it brings me back to when I was a kid playing the game.”
This marks the second major event that Sega is about to host to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the franchise. Are you excited about Steve’s special set for Sonic? Do share your thoughts about the collaboration in the comments below.
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