Father of Sonic the Hedgehog Yuji Naka Signs Up With Square Enix

Father of Sonic the Hedgehog Yuji Naka

Signs Up With Square Enix The developer of the Sonic, Yuji Naka, is now part of the RPG powerhouse of Square Enix.

Yuji Naka is understood for his deal with a traditional computer game series and mascot: Sonic the Hedgehog. He was the previous head of the Sonic Team and the lead programmer for the original Sonic the Hedgehog on Sega Genesis. In a surprising statement, we discover that he has actually signed up with the group at Square Enix.Just a quick note to let you understand, I joined SQUARE ENIX in January. I’m signing up with game development as before, and make every effort to develop video games at SQUARE
ENIX. I intend to develop a pleasurable game, please anticipate it.As surprising as it might appear,
Naka had in fact left the Sonic Group in 2006 to discovered a company called Prope. At Prope,

he assisted establish titles such as Ivy the Kiwi?, Fishing Resort, Digimon Experience, and Rodea the Sky Soldier. It’s still unclear whether or not his joining Square Enix will affect his linking to Prope or exactly what he’s working on at Square Enix.

While there are extremely blended feelings about the Sonic franchise, Yuji Naka in fact left the Sonic Group when the record lows of the company had started. The infamous reimagined Sonic the Hedgehog, better understood as Sonic 06, was the last title he worked on with the group, indicating his departure marked the bumpy roadway the series would go down.What is Yuji Naka dealing with at Square Enix? It has yet to be revealed, however be sure to keep it tuned to GameZone for the unavoidable statement. In

other Sonic news, S< a href=https://www.gamezone.com/news/sonic-adventure-2-heading-to-xbox-one-via-backward-compatibility-with-one-other-game-today-3461464/ target=_ blank rel=noopener > onic Experience 2 was added to Xbox One’s backward compatibility.

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