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interviews is conveniently available both for archival purposes and to have an easy-to-reach place for reading comments and thoughts by those involved in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe, from comic book writers to musicians to artists and programmers. You may even learn a thing or two that hasn't been said anywhere else!
File:EGM US 037.pdf In addition to our interview collection, Sonic Retro hosts a variety of magazine articles and print advertisement for your viewing pleasure. Check out old articles relating to Sonic the Hedgehog games from magazines from around the world and let us know if you have anything sitting in a box or closet that we don't have!
Today in History
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- 1996 — Sonic 3D Blast is released for the Sega Mega Drive in North America.
- 2003 — "Unfair Ball", the 10th episode of Sonic X, airs in North America.
- 2006 — Issue #168 of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series by Archie Comics is released in North America.
- 2013 — Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games is released for the Wii U in Europe.
- 2014 — The Sonic Boom TV series begins its first season on Cartoon Network in the United States with its first two episodes, "The Sidekick" and "Can an Evil Genius Crash on your Couch for a Few Days?".
- 2017 — Sonic Forces is released for the PlayStation 4 in South Korea and Taiwan.
- 2019 — Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is released for the Nintendo Switch in Europe.
- 2022 — Sonic Frontiers is released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and Steam worldwide. Sonic Frontiers Chou Onsoku Playing Guide, a book, is released in Japan.