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History of Sonic the Hedgehog
Contributed by Some Japanese-American Guy
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It`s 1990, and SEGA isn`t making very           [1]           games. Nintendo`s mascot, Mario, is making more and more games that are way better than any of SEGA`s. Then SEGA had an           [2]          , what they needed is a Mario of their own...they had the           [3]           of making a rabbit that can stretch his           [4]           out and           [5]           things. That plan didn`t go so well. They needed an animal that can           [6]           itself and           [7]           enemies by doing only a spin. They noticed that hedgehogs have quills that           [6]           and           [7]          . So they went with the hedgehog. Since he was planned to be a rabbit, they programmed him to run at a           [8]           speed. Then, in 1991, `Sonic the Hedgehog` was released for the SEGA           [9]          . In the first year, it out-          [10]           Mario by           [11]           Copies. Sonic was then known as SEGA`s           [12]          . Over the years, Sonic has taken on many           [13]          . In 1998, he took on a           [14]           style in the game `Sonic Adventure.` Today, Mario and Sonic are still           [15]           rivals. Also, in Winter 2007, Mario and Sonic will compete in the 2008           [16]           Olympics in `Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games` for the Nintendo           [17]           and Nintendo           [18]                    [19]          .

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