Sonic The Hedgehog: Awakening (cancelled Sonic game; existence unconfirmed; late 2000s)

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Pete Capella VO Credits.JPG

The game's listing on Pete Capella's website, located in between Sonic The Hedgehog and Sonic Rivals.

Status: Existence unconfirmed

Sonic The Hedgehog: Awakening is an unreleased video game in the popular Sonic The Hedgehog franchise that was in development sometime between 2006-2009, and cancelled at an unknown date.[1] Because the game was cancelled before its announcement, and no physical proof of the game exists, the game's existence could be considered unconfirmed.

Currently, there are no known screenshots, videos, prototype builds or even concept art for this game. The only known official mentioning of this game is that it is credited on Pete Capella's website, who was the voice actor for Silver The Hedgehog from 2006 to 2009.[2] This would imply that the game was far enough into development to begin work on voice acting, but was subsequently cancelled during the recording period or shortly afterward, though no recordings have surfaced online.

Fan Speculation

This has led people to speculate that the game was going to be centered on Silver, as no other voice actor from the Sonic franchise has been credited for this game except for Pete.

Another common speculation is that the game was going to tie into 2006's Sonic The Hedgehog (aka Sonic '06) in some way, seeing as that title was Silver's debut game, and the reason for the game's cancellation was due to the poor reception of Sonic '06.

A different speculation is that Sonic The Hedgehog: Awakening was simply the working title for a different Sonic game, though there's no real evidence as to what games it could be, other than that it couldn't be the games already credited on Pete Capella's website, which are Sonic '06, Sonic Rivals, and Sonic and the Secret Rings.

References

  1. An article detailing the initial discovery of the game on Pete Capella's website. Sonic Stadium website, retrieved April 21, 2017.
  2. Pete Capella's website. Retrieved April 21, 2017.