Both sonic adventure the titles are seen as classic by many Sonic fans, and for decades it’s been a pipe dream for many series loyalists to see a third entry. As the sonic adventure the age of titles, many gamers can see where games could be improved with current technologies and techniques being used in game development today. However, Sonic Team has no interest in remastering or remaking the old games, according to a recent interview.
sonic adventure was released on the Dreamcast in 1999, with sonic adventure 2 next two years later. The games were ported over to the Nintendo GameCube once Sega became a third party, though only one of them received an HD re-release in 2012. This means these beloved titles can’t be found on current platforms outside of backwards compatibility. previous ones, which has had some fans. wondering if Sonic Team would ever remaster them.
In an interview with Video Games Chronicle, Sonic Team studio head Takashi Iizuka stated that he is not interested in remaking Sonic Adventure 1 Y two. “It’s just about making the graphics nicer and polishing up some things,” Iizuka said of it. “That’s not what I want to do.”
“There’s a lot more work I’d like to put into creating a new sonic adventure game,” he tells VGC. “That’s why there’s no remaster.” While this may raise hopes for those wanting a third Adventure game someday, Iizuka also makes it clear that, after an interview with IGN, it may have led some fans to think SA3 was the next after sonic frontiers, This is not the case. “Is about borders right now, and we have no plans to sonic adventure 3 in this point. I just want to be clear with everyone!”
What Iizuka said regarding the fact that sonic adventures 1 Y two will not be remastered may frustrate some fans to hear. For many, remasters aren’t just about prettier graphics and minor improvements. a potential sonic adventure Remastering may involve bringing in the original or even newer voice actors to fix old and aging dialogue, improve gameplay and make it available on modern platforms, among other things. The fact that both games are currently only available through Steam and Xbox backwards compatibility makes this situation worse.
It’s quite interesting that Takashi Iizuka talked about how Sonic Team is unlikely to remaster these classic titles even when sonic origins is about to be released. However, while Sonic Team managed and put together the collection, the remasters seen on origins they were actually developed by devoted fans who were involved with the gaming industry. There might be a chance that sonic adventure The remakes may one day come out through other talented fans brought in by Sonic Team.
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