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Sonic the Hedgehog is one of the most recognized arcade video game characters in the world. From 2013, the franchise has sold more than 140 million units, being the most sold video game saga of all time.
It is the main character of the saga with its same name; Is also present in comics, cartoons and books. The first video game of this franchise was created in 1991, to compete with the video games of the mascot Nintendo: Mario, replacing Alex Kidd. Sonic is a blue hedgehog of 25 years, 1 meter and 35 kilograms (according to the version of comics and arcade games) he has the ability to run at the speed of sound, a characteristic that is shown in most of his games being, in addition, His mark of identity.
Sonic, in most arcade games, has an adventurous personality, determined, self-confident and somewhat self-centered and self-possessed, but nonetheless always helps any being in trouble. Their favorite food according to several T.V shows are the Chili-Dogs. In several occasions, it is noticed that he enjoys making fun of his enemies and sometimes of his own friends although he does not do it with bad intention. His best friend would be Tails, whom he met in the events of Sonic The Hedgehog 2. His biggest rival is considered Shadow, but Metal Sonic (a robotic copy of the hedgehog created by Dr. Eggman) would also be one of the main. His main purpose is to stop Dr. Eggman's plans. Although a hero is relaxed, he likes to do dangerous things for fun, and his favorite hobby is running.
Features of the Sonic Games
The Emerald Chaos are the most important objects of the Sonic series represented, usually, the main target of Doctor Eggman and other enemies. It has been shown that characters can use emeralds to use certain special abilities or have unlimited power: for example, Sonic uses emeralds to become "Super Sonic".
A distinctive feature of Sonic arcade games are the gold rings scattered throughout the levels. These allow players who possess at least one ring to survive damage caused by a dangerous object or enemy, instead of dying, the players' rings are dispersed. In most Sonic games, a hit causes the player to lose all rings, although in certain games in a hit only a certain number of rings are lost.