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During the production of ''[[Sonic X-Treme (found cancelled Sega Saturn video game; 1996)|Sonic X-Treme]]'', Sega Technical Institute were planning to make another Sonic game for Sega's ill-fated console, the Sega Saturn. The game's work working title was '''''Sonic Saturn'''''.
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During the production of ''[[Sonic X-Treme (found build of unreleased Sega Saturn video game; 1996)|Sonic X-Treme]]'', Sega Technical Institute were planning to make another Sonic game for Sega's ill-fated console, the Sega Saturn. The game's work working title was '''''Sonic Saturn'''''.
  
 
Unlike ''Sonic X-Treme'', the game's world was meant to be more realistic. Based on what very little concept art that has actually been leaked, it (like ''X-Treme'') appeared to have Metal Sonic in it.
 
Unlike ''Sonic X-Treme'', the game's world was meant to be more realistic. Based on what very little concept art that has actually been leaked, it (like ''X-Treme'') appeared to have Metal Sonic in it.

Revision as of 05:17, 6 April 2018

SonicSaturnConcept.jpeg

Some of the only known concept art for the game.

Status: Lost

During the production of Sonic X-Treme, Sega Technical Institute were planning to make another Sonic game for Sega's ill-fated console, the Sega Saturn. The game's work working title was Sonic Saturn.

Unlike Sonic X-Treme, the game's world was meant to be more realistic. Based on what very little concept art that has actually been leaked, it (like X-Treme) appeared to have Metal Sonic in it.

It was never actually announced to the general public, and also didn't get far into production before cancellation.

Sonic Pool[edit | edit source]

Like other Sonic the Hedgehog games, Sonic Saturn was planned to have 3D special stages. (Similar to Sonic 2, Sonic 3 and Knuckles, Sonic 3D Blast, e.t.c.) It had Sonic in a 3D environment playing pool. The objective (like other main-series Sonic games) of the special stages are assumed to be to collect the seven Chaos Emeralds.

Screenshots of the Pool Mini-Game[edit | edit source]