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Sonic Adventure Music Experience Comes to the UK on 8th December 2019

Friday, August 2nd, 2019

The Sonic Adventure Music Experience is coming to the UK thanks to the people who brought you the Summer of Sonic convention.

Taking place on the 8th of December 2019 at The Garage in London, the Sonic Adventure Music Experience is a live music show lead by Jun Senoue and the SAME band where they perform new arrangements of music from the Sonic Adventure 1 & 2 soundtracks.

The event is being organised by Svend Joscelyne and Adam Tuff who have previously helmed various Summer of Sonic events. To secure your place at the event, tickets can be ordered via the event’s Kickstarter page which is now live and available to view by clicking here. Various ticket bundles are available for groups up to 4 and the event needs to raise £13,500 to secure all the various costs that come with putting on a live show in central London.

If you’re interested and available on the 8th of December 2019, click here to go to the Kickstarter and secure your ticket to the event.

A Look Back on my History With Sonic the Hedgehog

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

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This is a bit of a self-indulgent little piece but I felt compelled to write something about my history with the Sonic franchise as it’s the hedgehog’s 24th anniversary today.

If you’ve ever wondered about the history of SEGADriven and our “place” in the Sonic community then this should answer any questions you may have! It also acts as a personal celebration of the Sonic franchise and a “thank you” for allowing all of the experiences that have come with it.

Click here to read the full article.

Happy 24th birthday Sonic!

The Community Spotlight: The Sonic Stadium Part 2

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

On Tuesday The Community Spotlight revealed the first part of an interview with our host The Sonic Stadium. We’re now back for part 2 of this interview that sees Pete “Titanscreed” Nethercote interviewing Svend “Dreadknux” Joscelyne from The Sonic Stadium. Click below to listen to the final part:

Long live the TSS Network!

Happy 12th Birthday to The Sonic Stadium!

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

Our rather spectacular host The Sonic Stadium is 12 years old today! Svend “Dreadknux” Joscelyne started The Sonic Stadium on the 24th of October 2000 and it has grown into the premier Sonic the Hedgehog fansite on the internet. We are very proud to be hosted by them and form a part of the TSS Network.

Without further ado, here’s our birthday message to The Sonic Stadium:

Other standout TSS moments for me include:

– Learning about the pirate Sonic game ‘Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic‘ through an article at TSS and then seeing an actual copy at a bootsale a week later! Yes, I actually bought it knowing full well that it was supposed to be terrible!
– Thoroughly enjoying Brad “Slingerland” Flick’s writing and opinion pieces. I’d love to meet the man one day; seems like a really down-to-Earth/funny guy
– The Sonic Site Awards! We always enjoyed SSA and watching the whole thing unfold. It was always exciting to see if we’d won anything!

Happy 12th Birthday to The Sonic Stadium!

Community Spotlight: The Sonic Stadium Part 1

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

You may forget, but we are a part of a cool little network of websites hosted by our awesome buddies The Sonic Stadium and we’re very proud of this fact. So we’d like to point your attention to this new edition of The Community Spotlight that sees Pete “Titanscreed” Nethercote interviewing Svend “Dreadknux” Joscelyne from The Sonic Stadium! This is part 1 of a 2 part edition of The Community Spotlight so make sure you come back on Thursday to see the 2nd part:

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