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Sonic The Hedgehog
Box art for Sonic the Hedgehog
Developer(s) Sonic Team
Publisher(s) Sega
Designer(s) Shun Nakamura (Director/Lead Game Design/Game Story)
Artist(s) Akira Mikame (Art Director)
Yuji Uekawa (Publicity Artwork)
Writer(s) Kiyoko Yoshimura & Shiro Maekawa (Game Script)
Composer(s) Tomoya Ohtani (Sound Director)
Mariko Nanba
Hideaki Kobayashi
Taihei Sato
Jun Senoue
Takahito Eguchi
Engine Havok Physics
Native resolution 720p
Platform(s) PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii (cancelled)
Release date(s) Xbox 360

USA November 14, 2006
EUR November 24, 2006
JPN December 21, 2006
JPN December 21, 2006
USA January 30, 2007
EUR March 23, 2007

Genre(s) Platformer, Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s) ESRB: E10+
PEGI: 12+
USK: 6
Media DVD-DL
Blu-ray Disc
Input methods Gamepad

Sonic the Hedgehog is a video game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 that was made to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. It was developed by Sonic Team, published by Sega and directed by Shun Nakamura.

The game shares its name with two earlier video games, a manga, a television series, a comic book series and their eponymous main character. To disambiguate, the game has been called by a number of different aliases, including, but not limited to, Sonic 06, Sonic 2K6, Sonic 360, and Sonic Next Gen.

It was released on November 14, 2006 to notably negative reception, with ScrewAttack eventually naming it the Worst Video Game of the Decade three years later.[1]


Plot summary

The game follows three different characters, Sonic, Shadow and Silver, each showing the story through their perspective. When all three paths have been completed, the Last Story mode is unlocked.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Princess Elise render.

Princess Elise is the beloved ruler of the peaceful city of Soleanna. During the Festival of the Sun, the city is attacked by Doctor Eggman who is seeking the secret to a powerful weapon, the "Flames of Disaster," that will help him take over the world, which Elise possesses. However, Sonic arrives and helps Elise escape, though Eggman quickly tracks him down, sends more robots to attack them, and successfully captures Elise while Sonic is preoccupied. Before being taken away, Elise gives Sonic her Chaos Emerald.

The next morning, Sonic meets up with Tails and sets out to find Elise. Before long, Sonic manages to rescue her, and Tails splits up with Sonic to divert the attention of Eggman's robots. Noticing Sonic got hurt, she blames herself for it. Sonic tells her to smile and that her smile is all he needs. Elise then explains to Sonic that the Flames of Disaster Eggman hopes to unleash is the fury of Solaris, a sun god her people worship, and that she holds the secret to this power.

Upon returning to Soleanna, Sonic is attacked by a telekinetic hedgehog named Silver, who calls him the "Iblis Trigger" and tries to kill him, saying that it will protect the future. While Sonic and Silver fight, Elise is once again kidnapped by Eggman. Amy arrives out of nowhere and prevents Silver from finishing off Sonic, allowing Sonic to chase after Elise, thanking her briefly. Sonic reunites with Tails and finds Knuckles at the Warehouse of New City with a message from Eggman, and the three head over to Eggman's base in White Acropolis, where Elise is being held. There Sonic agrees to give him his Chaos Emerald in exchange for Elise but, unsurprisingly, Eggman goes back on his promise and traps the trio in a time machine, which thrusts them into a distant, post-apocalyptic future.

Sonic, Tails and Knuckles encounter Shadow and Rouge, who are also trapped in this future. In order to return to the present, they need to create a rift in time and space, which they figure can be created if Sonic and Shadow use their Chaos Control together. While searching for Chaos Emeralds, Sonic, Tails and Knuckles encounter Silver, his friend Blaze, and Mephiles, a dark being who resembles Shadow, tells Silver that Sonic is the one responsible for the future's devastation, and takes them back in time to kill Sonic. Sonic learns from a computer file that Elise was killed when Eggman's battleship exploded two days after she was kidnapped. After retrieving a pair of Chaos Emeralds, Sonic and Shadow create the space-time rift, allowing them to return to the present.

Sonic returns for Elise, but is once again attacked by Silver, also allowing Eggman to kidnap Elise again. Fortunately, Shadow arrives to confront Silver, allowing Sonic to rescue Elise.

After running through the jungle, Sonic tells Elise she should return to the castle. Elise agrees to do so, but shows sadness over this. Noticing her sadness, Sonic takes her to a lake. Elise is captivated by the scenery. She then asks Sonic that once he defeats Eggman, will he leave the city, to which Sonic nods. She tells him that she enjoyed experiencing the adventure, and requests to him that when he leaves the city, that he remember it. Sonic promises her that he will. Elise suddenly turns away from Sonic, fighting back tears. She tells herself that she must not cry and swiftly turns back to Sonic, hugging him. As Sonic returns her hug, he once again gently tells her to smile. Elise regains her composure and nods.

Later, Eggman arrives in his battleship and threatens to destroy Soleanna, and Elise willingly surrenders herself to him to protect her people. Eggman explains to Elise that in order for his plan to take over the world to work, he requires the seven Chaos Emeralds and the dormant power of the Flames of Disaster within Elise to awaken Solaris, allowing him to harness the sun god's power over time.

On his way to rescue Elise, Sonic encounters Silver once more, but instead of attacking Sonic, expresses concern for Elise as well. The two hedgehogs team up, but before they reach the battleship, it malfunctions, crashes and explodes, just as Sonic feared. However, Sonic and Silver realize they can use Chaos Control to travel back in time to the previous day, before Eggman's battleship launched. Sonic travels to the past alone and reunites with Elise. Defeating Eggman one last time, Sonic escapes the exploding battleship with Elise.

Shadow the Hedgehog

Shadow's story begins two years after the events of Shadow the Hedgehog. Shadow infiltrates Dr. Eggman's base on a mission to find Rouge, who was sent to retrieve an artifact called the Scepter of Darkness. Upon finding and escaping with her, they are attacked by Eggman. During the attack, the Scepter of Darkness is shattered, releasing a being of darkness which absorbs Shadow's shadow and takes on his form. This being, Mephiles, appears to be familiar with Shadow, though Shadow has no memory of him. Mephiles proceeds to fling Shadow and Rouge to a devastated future.

Shadow and Rouge encounter Sonic, Tails and Knuckles, who were sent there by Eggman. In order to return to the present, they need to create a rift in time and space, which they figure can be created if Sonic and Shadow use their Chaos Control together. While searching for Chaos Emeralds, Shadow and Rouge encounter Omega, who is on standby mode. After retrieving a pair of Chaos Emeralds, Sonic and Shadow create the space-time rift, allowing them to return to the present; however, Shadow spots Mephiles and remains in the future to confront him. In the present, Rouge finds Omega and gives him a Chaos Emerald, telling him to wait in time and assist Shadow. Back in the future, Shadow is told by Mephiles that humanity will use Shadow as a scapegoat for Iblis's misdeeds and imprison him, but he refuses to join Mephiles, who turns into a new, crystalline version of Shadow. With the help of Omega, Shadow defeats Mephiles, returning to the present when he flees to Soleanna. Shadow goes off to find Eggman to learn more about Mephiles, while Rouge and Omega track down Mephiles themselves.

Shadow finds Sonic being attacked by Silver and saves him, engaging Silver in combat. Shadow overpowers Silver with his use of Chaos Control, but Silver, in an attempt to strike back, takes out his Chaos Emerald and utilizes Chaos Control at the same time as Shadow, creating a time-space rift. In order to find answers to their respective questions, Shadow and Silver enter the rift and find themselves ten years in the past when the failure of the Solaris Project, an event known in the present to have caused great devastation, occurred. They arrive during an explosion that injures or kills all within its radius and releases Mephiles and a fiery being, Iblis, revealed to be two separate forms of the god Solaris. Armed with the Scepter of Darkness by the wounded King of Soleanna (Elise's father), Shadow chases after Mephiles and seals him within the Scepter. Having done what they needed to do, Shadow and Silver return to the present (leaving the Scepter of Darkness with Mephiles sealed in it behind).

Shadow reunites with Rouge and Omega, who have learned from Mephiles that Omega will be the one who captures Shadow in the future; however, Rouge comforts Shadow with the notion that she will always remain loyal to him. With a new Scepter of Darkness, Shadow, Rouge and Omega confront Mephiles and attempt to seal him away once more, but his new form prevents them from doing so. Using the power of the Chaos Emeralds, Mephiles clones himself into an army and reminds Shadow of humanity's betrayal in an effort to sway him to his side. Undeterred and unconvinced, Shadow takes the rings off his gloves, and unleashes all the energy from within himself and begins his assault on Mephiles' army of clones with Rouge and Omega by his side.

Silver the Hedgehog

Silver and his friend, Blaze the Cat, live 200 years in a devastated future, their time period destroyed by an immortal creature called Iblis, the Flames of Disaster. Despairing over the fact that they have no way to truly defeat Iblis, Silver and Blaze encounter a mysterious being named Mephiles, who claims that he can stop the Flames of Disaster by destroying the "Iblis Trigger," a being who will unleash Iblis. Mephiles points out the Iblis Trigger to be none other than Sonic, and he sends Silver and Blaze to Sonic's time period.

Upon reaching the past, Silver and Blaze are separated. While searching for Sonic, Silver meets Amy Rose. Silver and Amy help each other in their search for Sonic, though they are both unaware they are seeking out the same person, as well as what they plan to do with him. Upon finding Sonic, Silver attacks him, only to be stopped by Amy. Seeing how much Amy cares for Sonic makes Silver question his motives but, upon reuniting with Blaze, strengthens his resolve.

Infiltrating the base of Dr. Eggman, Silver recovers a Chaos Emerald and keeps it for himself. Silver encounters Sonic again, only to be stopped and attacked by Shadow. Shadow overpowers Silver with his use of Chaos Control, but Silver, in an attempt to strike back, takes out his Chaos Emerald and utilizes Chaos Control at the same time as Shadow, creating a rift in time and space. In order to find answers to their respective questions, Silver and Shadow enter the rift and find themselves ten years in the past when the failure of the Solaris Project (an event known in the present to have caused great devastation) occurred. They arrive during an explosion that injures or kills all within its radius and releases Mephiles and Iblis, revealed to be two separate forms of the god Solaris. Silver chases after Iblis, who is sealed away by the King of Soleanna into the body of his daughter, Princess Elise, with a Chaos Emerald. Before he succumbs to his injuries from the explosion, the King tells his unconscious daughter to never cry, as it would unleash Iblis. Silver then realizes that Mephiles has tricked him and that Elise is the "Iblis Trigger". Before returning to the present with Shadow, Silver gives his Chaos Emerald to Elise.

Realizing that Sonic isn't the Iblis Trigger, Silver is informed by Blaze that Princess Elise has surrendered to Eggman and was taken away on his battleship. Silver and Blaze fear that Eggman plans to release Iblis. On his way to rescue Elise, Silver encounters Sonic and teams up with him. Before they can reach Eggman's battleship, it crashes and explodes due to a system malfunction. Silver and Sonic use Chaos Control to travel back to before when Eggman's ship launched. Sonic travels to the past alone to save Elise from her grim fate, but not before giving Silver a Chaos Emerald.

Silver and Blaze return to their timeline in an effort to stop Iblis, now knowing they don't have to alter the past to save the future. Finally defeating Iblis, Silver attempts to seal the Flames of Disaster away into his soul, but he is rejected. Blaze offers herself as the vessel for Iblis and is sealed away to another dimension, finally restoring peace to their time.

Last Story

When Sonic and Elise return to the city, Mephiles appears out of nowhere, blinds them with the power of the purple Chaos Emerald, and projects an energy spear that impales Sonic through the back, killing him almost instantly. Elise cries in despair, releasing Iblis from within her. Shadow, Rouge and Omega have defeated Mephiles' clones but have forgotten about the real Mephiles. They see a Chaos Emerald on the floor which Shadow tries to take but it flashes and blinds their eyes. Using the power of his and the other six Chaos Emeralds (scattered around elsewhere), Mephiles absorbs Iblis and mutates into one single being, Solaris the Timereaver, the sun god worshipped by the residents of Soleanna, and creates a distorted world to destroy time itself. Elise, Shadow, Silver, Tails, Knuckles, Rouge, Omega, Amy, Eggman, and Sonic's body are caught in the space-time rift and gathered together.

After everyone mourns Sonic's death, Eggman reveals that Solaris is to bring about the end of the world by destroying time itself. Everyone resolves to defeat Solaris, but Eggman informs them that Solaris exists in all timelines, and thus defeating it in the present time would do nothing. Refusing to give up, Silver suggests that they attack and destroy Solaris all at once, but Shadow deems such a fate impossible with Sonic dead. However, Elise feels Sonic's presence, and Silver deduces that they can revive Sonic with the power of the seven Chaos Emeralds scattered all around the distorted world of time.

As reality itself falls apart around them, Sonic's friends venture across the distorted worlds and gather the seven Chaos Emeralds scattered throughout by Solaris. Using their power, along with her kiss, Elise brings Sonic back to life in the form of Super Sonic. He transfers his power to Shadow and Silver, turning them into their super forms as well, and together the three hedgehogs fight Solaris in a final battle and successfully defeat him, causing Solaris to be ripped apart and flung through space and time itself. Afterwards, Sonic and Elise travel back in time to the birth of the Flames of Disaster, realizing that if they put them out, Solaris will be erased from history, though they will never meet each other as a result. In despair, Elise begins to cry and shouts that she doesn't care what happens to the world as long as she and Sonic are together; though Sonic is clearly less-than-happy about this result as well, he knows what has to be done, and tells her to just smile, convincing her to blow out the flame.

Afterwards, time reboots back to the Festival of the Sun, though Eggman does not attack this time; all of the events that transpired beforehand, in effect, never happened. However, during the parade, Elise feels a familiar blue wind pass by her, and smiles. The scene cuts to Sonic on a rooftop, watching her and smiling. Both events indicate that Sonic and Elise have a recollection of the game's events to some extent. It is also believed that, because Solaris (and it's products, Mephiles and Iblis) was destroyed, Blaze was never sealed in an alternate dimension. This, however, disconnects the story's relationship with Sonic Rush (Blaze came from an alternate dimension).


This game features the cast of 4Kids Entertainment from Sonic X in the English version. The Japanese version has mostly the same voice actors from the previous games. In addition, Lacey Chabert, former voice of Meg Griffin from Family Guy, who is coincidentally a long-time Sonic fan, voices Princess Elise, marking the first time in the franchise that Hollywood talent has provided voice-over work for a Sonic game.

Character Japanese Voice Actor English Voice Actor
Sonic the Hedgehog Jun'ichi Kanemaru Jason Anthony Griffith
Shadow the Hedgehog Kōji Yusa Jason Anthony Griffith
Silver the Hedgehog Daisuke Ono Pete "The Sniper" Capella
Princess Elise Maaya Sakamoto Lacey Chabert
Mephiles the Dark Takayuki Sakazume Dan Green
Miles "Tails" Prower Ryō Hirohashi Amy Palant
Knuckles the Echidna Nobutoshi Canna Dan Green
Rouge the Bat Rumi Ochiai Kathleen Delaney
E-123 Omega Taiten Kusunoki Maddie Blaustein
Blaze the Cat Nao Takamori Bella Hudson
Amy Rose Taeko Kawata Lisa Ortiz
Duke of Soleanna Kenji Utsumi David Willis
Dr. Eggman Chikao Ōtsuka Mike Pollock


Each story mode has the player control either Sonic, Silver or Shadow. Sonic's levels generally focus on speed, with some sections having him run at full speed whilst dodging obstacles. Other segments see him escorting Princess Elise, who uses a barrier to protect him from certain hazards. Shadow's sections are similarly speedy albeit more combat focused, though some segments see him riding vehicles, such as a jeep. In contrast, Silver's levels move at a slower pace, and revolve around his use of telekinesis to defeat enemies and solve puzzles. In certain areas, control is switched to an amigo character (Tails and Knuckles for Sonic, Rouge and Omega for Shadow, and Amy and Blaze for Silver), each with their own abilities.


Although each character plays the same levels, each character's unique abilities allow him or her to get to different areas of each stage, and deny them from accessing certain items.

Action Stages are where the bulk of the gameplay takes place, whereas Town Stages are free-roaming locations where the player can talk to non-player characters and explore, as in Sonic Adventure's Adventure Fields. For each of the action stages in the respective stories, gold medals are obtainable by achieving high ranks in these stages.

There are a total of eleven stages. A ranking system exists for each of the levels and town missions, providing ranks calculated from score, rings and time remaining. The highest rank is S Rank, followed by A Rank, down to the lowest, D.

Several downloadable extensions have been released that add features to single-player gameplay. These include 'Very Hard' mode, a more difficult version of the game; 'Boss Attack' modes, which allow a playable character to engage in continuous battles with all of the game's bosses; and 'Team Attack Amigo' mode, which allows players to play through the entirety of the game as amigo characters.[2]


Sonic the Hedgehog features two styles of multiplayer game play that offer two player action.

The first mode, Tag Mode, is a co-op type of play between Sonic, Silver and Shadow. Two players, each one controlling a character, must work together to clear levels and collect Chaos Emeralds. In this mode, lives are shared. The second game style available is Battle Mode. Battle mode pits two players against each other and has them race to a goal in the selected level.

The previously rumored mini-games that were to allow up to four players to play simultaneously/alternately (Quiz, Race and a few others) seem to be missing in the final release of the game.[3] The back of the game case describes the game as online-capable, the only reason for this is because there is downloadable content on the marketplace, however, it is noted that there is no such option to do so in the menu.


Sega originally planned releasing a port of the game as the first Sonic game for the Wii.[4] However, such a port would have taken a long time to create, and Sega wanted to release a Sonic game much closer to the Wii's launch. This became the 2007 video game Sonic and the Secret Rings.[5]



The main theme for the game is entitled His World, performed by Ali Tabatabaee (Iranian rapper/vocalist) and Matty Lewis (American guitarist/vocalist) both of the band Zebrahead. Crush 40 also performed a different version of His World with member of the band Johnny Gioeli as vocalist.

HipHop/R&B Artist Akon has done a remix to Dreams Come True song "Sweet Sweet Sweet," a song from the album The Swinging Star. This track was originally composed by Masato Nakamura, and sung by DCT's Miwa Yoshida. Added as the ending theme for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for the Sega Genesis, the song is entitled "Sweet Sweet Sweet ('06 Akon Mix),"[6][7] in Japanese and "Sweet Dreams" in English. It is Sonic's ending theme for the game.[8].

Shadow's theme, "All Hail Shadow," one of the vocal songs from the Shadow the Hedgehog soundtrack, was rearranged by Crush 40; it was originally sung by the band Magna-Fi.

Silver's theme, "Dreams of an Absolution," by Lee Brotherton (from the Remix Factory, AKA Bentley Jones) was written by Mariko Nanba and Brotherton. As Bentley Jones, Brotherton performed a special version of this song with Richard Jacques live at the Summer of Sonic convention in August 2008 called Dreams of an Absolution ~Ballad Version~. The song bears resemblance to the music for the Green Hill Zone, although this has never been confirmed by Nanba.[9]

Elise's theme, entitled "My Destiny," was performed by singer/songwriter Donna DeLory.


The in-game music is composed by Tomoya Ohtani, Mariko Nanba, and Hideaki Kobayashi, with Namano Mushrio, and the Japanese Geroinic Band & Symphony.


The soundtrack to Sonic the Hedgehog is available to buy from Sega Direct. It was released on January 10, 2007.

There are two different albums: the three-disc OST and the single-disc Vocal Traxx.


Gameplay and Technical Problems

Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
GameRankings 47% (43 reviews)[10] (Xbox 360)
45% (13 reviews)[11] (PS3)
Metacritic 46 / 100 (38 reviews)[12] (Xbox 360)
43 / 100 (17 reviews)[13] (PS3)
Review scores
Publication Score C[14] (Xbox 360)
Allgame 1.5/5 stars (Xbox 360)
1.5/5 stars[15] (PS3)
Computer and Video Games 6.2/10
Edge 3 / 10 (Xbox 360)
Electronic Gaming Monthly 5/10
Eurogamer 2 / 10[16] (Xbox 360)
Famitsu 30 / 40 (Xbox 360)
29 / 40[17] (PS3)
Game Informer 6.75 / 10[18] (Xbox 360)
GamePro 3/5 stars[19] (Xbox 360)
GameSpot 4.4 / 10[20] (Xbox 360)
4.2 / 10[21] (PS3)
GameSpy 1.5/5 stars[22] (Xbox 360)
GamesRadar 4 / 10 (Xbox 360)
4 / 10[23] (PS3)
GameTrailers 4.6 / 10[24] (Xbox 360)
GameZone 4.5 / 10 [25] (Xbox 360)
IGN 4.8 / 10[26] (Xbox 360)
4.2 / 10[27] (PS3)
Official PlayStation Magazine (UK) 4 / 10 (PS3)
Official Xbox Magazine 4.5 / 10 (Xbox 360)
Official Xbox Magazine (UK) 6.0 / 10[28] (Xbox 360)
Play Magazine 5.5 / 10[29] (PS3)
8.5 / 10[30] (Xbox 360)
PSM 2 / 10 (PS3)
PSM3 4.7 / 10[31] (PS3)
X-Play 1/5 stars[32] (Xbox 360)

Sonic the Hedgehog has been widely panned by critics. Across thirty-nine reviews, Game Rankings recorded the average score as 46%: the second poorest average for an Xbox 360 title at the time of the game's release.[10] Sites like IGN admitted that "it offers a few good ideas, and a handful of exciting moments, but none of this helps the game recover from a catastrophic loss in control."[26] GameSpot called it "a mess from top to bottom,"[20] while GameTrailers concluded that the game is "flat-out unfinished, unfairly difficult, and most importantly, just isn't much fun."[24][33] On December 2009, it was named the Worst Video Game of the Decade by ScrewAttack.[1]

Dave Halverson of Play Magazine is notable for initially giving the game its biggest praise; a score of 9.5 for the Xbox 360 version. This was dropped down to 8.5 in the next issue, with Halverson explaining how he was incorrectly told that the load times and glitches in his review copy would not be in the finished product.[30] Later, Halverson gave the PS3 version a 5.5, expressing his disgust not only for how the glitches and load times had not improved, but how the game actually ran marginally worse despite the extra development time.[29]

In a February 2007 interview for Kikizo magazine, Sonic Team producer Yojiro Ogawa was asked to comment on the game's glitches, control problems and loading times:

The reason why we probably ended up with what we see today, involves a lot of reasons. One is that we did want to launch the title around Christmas, and we had the PS3 launch coming up, but we had to develop for Microsoft's 360 at the same time and the team had an awful lot of pressure on them. It was very hard for the team to try and see how we were going to come out with both versions together with just the one team. It was a big challenge.

—Yojiro Ogawa, Sonic Wii Interview with Yojiro Ogawa, page 3


The game's plot was also widely criticized. GamesRadar called the story "ridiculously overwrought"[34] and "conceptually challenged,"[35] while GameTrailers commented about the plot elements to be "pretty ridiculous stuff"[24][33] and that "You might actually be better off reading Internet fan fiction."[24][33]

Characters like Tails, Amy and Knuckles or Blaze were criticized for serving little to no impact on the story's progression, as well as a lack of character development.[citation needed] GameSpot stated that "While the character variety might initially seem like a good idea, most of them aren't too interesting,"[20] GameTrailers commented that "even if you like the characters, the convoluted manimal melodrama is poor quality,"[24][33] while Eurogamer mentioned that "Rather than fleshing the game out, the supporting cast often just annoys."[16]

The implied romance between Sonic (an animal) and Elise (a human) has also been heavily criticized. GamesRadar called their kiss "the most bizarrely cringe-worthy kiss in video game history,"[34] and in another article, concluded about the pairing that "True love has never been so disgusting."[35] On October 2006, a month before the game's release, Lacey Chabert was asked in an interview with GameSpy if anyone would "attack the game for promoting bestiality," to which she gave the following response:

Ha! No, you're just being silly. It's not an inappropriate relationship. Let's just say Sonic and Princess Elise have an attraction for each other.

—Lacey Chabert, Sonic the Horndog, page 2


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