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Though not a native of the island, Sonic the Hedgehog would often find himself on its mystical shores, and more than once had he run into the evil doctor, foiling an untold number of schemes. Just as Eggman predicted, in no time at all does the blue hedgehog learn of the doctor's intentions, running at sonic speed to confront him.

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Sonic the Hedgehog[a] (commonly referred to as Sonic '06) is a 2006 platform game developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. It was produced in commemoration of the Sonic series' 15th anniversary, and intended as a reboot for the seventh-generation video game consoles. Players control Sonic, Shadow, and the new character Silver, who battle Solaris, an ancient evil pursued by Doctor Eggman. Each playable character has his own campaign and abilities, and must complete levels, explore hub worlds and fight bosses to advance the story. In multiplayer modes, players can work cooperatively to collect Chaos Emeralds or race to the end of a level.

Development began in 2004, led by Sonic co-creator Yuji Naka. Sonic Team sought to create an appealing game in the vein of superhero films such as Batman Begins, hoping it would advance the series with a realistic tone and multiple gameplay styles. Problems developed after Naka resigned to form his own company, Prope, and the team split to work on the Wii game Sonic and the Secret Rings (2007). As a result, Sonic the Hedgehog was rushed for release in time for the December holiday season. It was released for Xbox 360 in November 2006 and for PlayStation 3 the following month. Versions for Wii and Windows were canceled. Downloadable content featuring new single-player modes was released in 2007.

Sonic the Hedgehog is a 3D platformer with action-adventure and role-playing elements.[1] Like Sonic Adventure, the single player navigates through open-ended hub worlds where they can converse with townspeople and perform missions to advance the story.[2] The main gameplay takes place in linear levels that become accessible as the game progresses. The main playable characters are three hedgehogs: Sonic, Shadow, and Silver, who feature in separate campaigns titled "episodes".[3] A bonus "Last Episode", which involves all three hedgehogs and concludes the storyline, is unlocked upon completing the first three.[4][5]

Silver the Hedgehog's gameplay style was born out of Sonic Team's desire to take advantage of Havok's realistic physics capabilities. The first design concept for Silver's character was an orange mink; he attained his final hedgehog look after over 50 design iterations.[13] In designing Shadow's gameplay, the developers abandoned the concept of firearms previously used in Shadow the Hedgehog (2005) in favor of combat elements to differentiate him from the other characters. Shadow's gameplay was further fleshed out with the addition of vehicles; each vehicle uses its own physical engine.[22] The game also features several CGI cutscenes produced by Blur Studio. Animation supervisor Leo Santos said Blur faced challenges animating the opening scene due to the placement of Sonic's mouth.[23]

As development progressed, Sonic Team faced serious problems. In March 2006, Naka resigned as head of Sonic Team to form his own company, Prope.[24][25][26] Naka has said he resigned because he did not want to continue making Sonic games and instead wished to focus on original properties.[24] With his departure, "the heart and soul of Sonic" was gone, according to former Sega of America CEO Tom Kalinske.[15] Sonic the Hedgehog was originally intended for release on all major seventh-generation consoles as well as Windows,[27] but Sega was presented with development kits for Nintendo's less powerful Wii console. Sega believed porting the game to Wii would take too long, and so conceived a Sonic game that would use the motion detection function of its controller.[28]

Therefore, the team was split in two:[26] Nakamura led one team to finish Sonic the Hedgehog for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 while producer Yojiro Ogawa led the other to begin work on Sonic and the Secret Rings for the Wii.[29][28] The split left an unusually small team to work on Sonic the Hedgehog. Sega pressured the team to finish the game in time for the 2006 holiday shopping season, so with the deadline quickly approaching, Sonic Team rushed the final stages of development, ignoring bug reports from Sega's quality assurance department and control problems.[2][26][15][30] In retrospect, Ogawa noted that the final period proved to be a large challenge for the team. Not only was the Xbox 360 release imminent, but the PlayStation 3 launch was scheduled not long afterwards. This put tremendous pressure on the team to develop for both systems.[30] Producer Takashi Iizuka similarly recalled, "we didn't have any time to polish and we were just churning out content as quick as we could."[15]

Sonic the Hedgehog was announced in a closed-doors presentation at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in May 2005.[40] Later that year, at TGS in September, Naka revealed the game's title and said its release would correspond with the series' 15th anniversary.[17] A demo version of the game was playable at E3 2006.[21] A second demo, featuring a short section of Sonic's gameplay, was released via Xbox Live in September 2006.[41] Sega released several packages of desktop wallpaper featuring characters from the game,[34] and American publisher Prima Games published an official strategy guide, written by Fletcher Black.[5] Sega also made a deal with Microsoft to run advertisements for the game in Windows Live Messenger.[42]

The Xbox 360 version of Sonic the Hedgehog was released in North America on November 14, 2006,[43] followed by a European release on November 24.[44] Both versions were released in Japan on December 21.[45][46] The PlayStation 3 version was released in North America on January 30, 2007,[47] and in Europe on March 23.[44] The game is often referred to by critics and fans with colloquial terms that reference its year of release, such as Sonic 2006 or Sonic '06.[48][49]

Sonic the Hedgehog was well-received during prerelease showings.[68][69] Reception to prior games Sonic Heroes and Shadow the Hedgehog had been mixed; after a number of well-received showings and demos, some felt Sonic the Hedgehog could be a return to the series' roots.[68] GameSpot said the game "showed a considerable amount of promise" after playing a demo at E3 2006,[21] and GameSpy praised its graphics and environments.[69] In 2008 GamesRadar said that it had looked "amazing" before its release.[68]

GameTrailers and GamesRadar considered Sonic the Hedgehog one of the most disappointing games of 2006.[74][79] GamesTM singled out the game when it ranked the Sonic franchise at the top of their list of "Video Game Franchises That Lost Their Way".[70] The A.V. Club,[2] Kotaku,[26] Game Informer,[48] and USgamer called the game the worst in the Sonic series,[80] and the staff of GamesRadar named it among the worst video games of all time.[71] The game remains popular for "Let's Play" walkthroughs, with players showing off its glitches.[2][80] In 2019, a video gained popularity in which a group of voice actors dub over the game's cutscenes in a single take, creating a nonsensical, improvisational storyline about video game culture.[81] The official Sonic Twitter account also mocks the game.[2] The failure of Sonic the Hedgehog led to the direction of the series being rethought. The next main Sonic game, 2008's Unleashed, ignored the gritty and realistic tone of its predecessor. With Unleashed's sequel Sonic Colors, The A.V. Club wrote that "the series rediscovered its strength for whimsical tales with light tones."[2]

Sonic the Hedgehog introduced Silver the Hedgehog, Princess Elise, Mephiles, and Iblis to the franchise;[76][82][83] most have made few appearances since.[77][82] Silver is a playable character in Sonic Rivals (2006) and its sequel,[84] in Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity (2007),[85] and in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games and its sequels,[86] and is a minor character in the Nintendo DS version of Sonic Colors (2010) and Sonic Forces (2017).[87][88] He also appeared in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series published by Archie Comics.[89] The main theme of Sonic the Hedgehog and the theme of Sonic, "His World", was sampled in Drake's 2017 song "KMT".[90]

Sonic hedgehog (Shh) is well known as the molecule responsible for the induction and maintenance of ventral neural tube structures. Recent data have shown that ventral neuronal populations react differentially to the amount of this morphogen not only in the spinal cord, but also in more rostral parts of the brain, like the midbrain. A dorsal expansion in the Shh expression domain modifies the differentiation program in this territory. The lack of Shh produces alterations in the development of this area as well. Here, for the first time, we analyze in detail the development of the different mesencephalic basal nuclei in the absence of Shh. We report that the oculomotor complex is lost, the dopaminergic populations are strongly affected but the red nucleus is maintained. These results point out that not all the midbrain neuronal populations are dependent on Shh for their maintenance, as previously thought. Based on our results and recently published data, we suggest the existence of a specific genetic pathway for the specification of the mesencephalic red nucleus. Foxa2 could be the candidate gene that might control this genetic pathway.

Sonic hedgehog (SHH) is a morphogen that plays a fundamental role during mammalian embryonic development, mediating essential tissue patterning events. In postembryonic stages, SHH is important for the maintenance of homeostatic processes such as angiogenesis and cardiac repair, among others [21, 22]. SHH is secreted as a monomer, multimer, or in exovesicles [23], and exerts its cellular function through a molecular machinery located in the primary cilium [24,25,26]. Once SHH binds to its 12-pass transmembrane receptor Patched 1 (PTCH1) [27], it unleashes Smoothened (SMO) from its inhibition. SMO is a 7-pass transmembrane receptor, a member of the G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) superfamily which, once released, transduces the SHH signal through the cytoplasm [28, 29] resulting in the activation of the zinc-finger transcription factors of the GLI family: GLI1, GLI2 and, to a lesser extent, GLI3. GLI factors recognize GLI binding sites (GBS) in DNA to stimulate the transcription of target genes, including PTCH1 and GLI1, via negative and positive feedback loops, respectively [30, 31]. 350c69d7ab

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