Fictional Insectivores: Fictional Hedgehogs, Fictional Moles, Fictional Shrews, Sonic the Hedgehog, the Wind in the Willows

 
9781158128594: Fictional Insectivores: Fictional Hedgehogs, Fictional Moles, Fictional Shrews, Sonic the Hedgehog, the Wind in the Willows
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 122. Not illustrated. Chapters: Fictional Hedgehogs, Fictional Moles, Fictional Shrews, Sonic the Hedgehog, the Wind in the Willows, Shadow the Hedgehog, Amy Rose, Lindesfarne Dewclaw, the Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, the Kine Saga, Hedgehogs in Culture, Log-A-Log, Foremole, Shrew Tribes in Redwall, the Hedgehog and the Fox, List of Fictional Moles, the Hedgehogs, Duncton Wood, the Killer Shrews, Mossy, Mogura Ninja, Espinete, Invisible Shrews. Excerpt: Sonic the Hedgehog ), trademarked Sonic The Hedgehog, is a video game character and the main protagonist of the Sonic video game series released by Sega, as well as in numerous spin-off comics, cartoons and a feature film. The first Sonic game was released on June 23, 1991, in order to provide Sega with a mascot to rival Nintendo's flagship character Mario (see 1991 in video gaming). Since then, Sonic has become one of the world's best-known video game characters, with his series having sold more than 75 million copies. In 2005, Sonic was one of the first game character inductees into the Walk of Game, alongside Mario and Link. Artist Naoto shima, designer Hirokazu Yasuhara and programmer Yuji Naka are generally credited with the creation of the character, a blue 15-year-old anthropomorphic hedgehog, who has the ability to run faster than the speed of sound and the ability to curl into a ball, primarily to attack enemies. This is a major part of the gameplay of the series. Sega wanted a game capable of competing with Mario and a character to replace Alex Kidd as the company's mascot. Several character designs were submitted by its AM8 research and development department, including an armadillo (which then developed into Mighty the Armadillo), a dog, a Theodore Roosevelt look-alike in pajamas (which would later be the basis of Dr. Robotnik/Eggman's design), and a rabbit (intended to ...

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