This page has a list of articles for Sonic the Hedgehog CD and covers short magazine articles not deserving of their own page.
|File||Date||Source||Article type||Title and comments||Writer(s)||Review score|
|1992-10||Mean Machines Sega #1||Preview|| "Mega CD Sonic Update"
Short article describing the game as an enhanced version of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 called "Super Sonic".
|1993-02||Mean Machines Sega #5||News|| "Sonic Speaks!"
Short article about the game, still called "Super Sonic" at this point, and how voice acting will be included.
This clip from "Electronic Gaming Monthly" has an announcement for Sonic CD but announces the game as a port of Sonic 2.
This clip refers to Sonic CD as Sonic 2 CD.
This clip contains a quote given to the press on what to expect of Sonic CD.
This letter addresses the music of Sonic CD. The game was referenced as CD Sonic the Hedgehog.
This clip mentions the game having sharp intermissions which probably refers to the cutscene of Sonic riding a CD.
This clip mentions how Sonic CD is over 70 levels large.
This clip from MegaTech mentions Sonic CD under the name of Super Sonic and as a enhanced Sonic 2.
This clip refers to Amy as Rosy and also mentions the fact that the Sonic game on Sega CD isn't Sonic 2. Many magazines had refered to a Sonic 2 for Sega CD but it turns out it was Sonic CD.
This clip refers to Sonic CD as Super Sonic.
Mega had this small blurb about Super Sonic.
This magazine speculates if Sonic 2 will be released on Sega CD.
The clip here shows a image of Sonic 1 but the article talks about Sonic CD.
This clip contains a long Al Nilsen quote on his expectations for Sonic CD.
This clip mentions how the game is being displayed at Sega's London Headquarters.
This clip mentions Sonic 2 for the Sega CD as having cartoon quality slideshows.
This clip mentions the cartoon animation that takes place between levels. This was not used in the final game.
This clip reveals that Sonic CD sales have not reached expectations in Japan.
This clip briefly mentions Sonic 2 CD, which of course was Sonic CD.
This article shows a prototype picture of Sonic CD.
This page has a few images of a early Sonic CD.
This clip reveals Sonic's voice actor in Sonic CD to be Keiko Utoku.