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According to former Sega president [[Al Nilsen]] in the May 1993 issue of ''Electronic Gaming Monthly'' there were 2 Sonic arcade games that were developed before the release of ''[[SegaSonic the Hedgehog]]''. He states the reason the games went unreleased was due to them lacking the "special-ness" that Sega expected of Sonic games at the time. It is possible that he was referring to ''[[Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car]]'' and ''[[UFO Mini: SegaSonic]]'' which were both released before May 1993 in Japan.
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According to former Sega president [[Al Nilsen]] in the May 1993 issue of ''Electronic Gaming Monthly'' there were 2 Sonic arcade games that were developed before the release of ''[[SegaSonic the Hedgehog]]''. He states the reason the games went unreleased was due to them lacking the "special-ness" that Sega expected of Sonic games at the time. It is possible that he was referring to ''[[Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car]]'' and ''[[UFO Mini: SegaSonic]]'' which were both released before May 1993 in Japan. Although it is more likely he was talking about ''[[SegaSonic Bros]]'', a unreleased arcade game from 1992.
  
 
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Pre-May 1993 Sonic arcade games
Publisher: Sega
System(s): Arcade
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According to former Sega president Al Nilsen in the May 1993 issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly there were 2 Sonic arcade games that were developed before the release of SegaSonic the Hedgehog. He states the reason the games went unreleased was due to them lacking the "special-ness" that Sega expected of Sonic games at the time. It is possible that he was referring to Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car and UFO Mini: SegaSonic which were both released before May 1993 in Japan. Although it is more likely he was talking about SegaSonic Bros, a unreleased arcade game from 1992.

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