While more recent iterations of the speedy hedgehog series have focused on 3D environments, you'd be hard pressed to find a fan of Sonic
who doesn't miss the classic 2D speed-scrolling. That's why SEGA went back to its roots with Sonic Generations
. Though they didn't want to alienate the minority of fans who do still enjoy the 3D segments, so Generations
has both varieties to appease everyone. How very bi-partisan of them. Everything about the trailer screams nostalgia, especially the introductory "Seeegaaaa".
Here's the launch trailer for the game on the eve of its North American release:
As I stated, Sonic Generations
is available tomorrow in North America and in Europe and Australia on November 4th.