Sonic the Hedgehog: Remastered will be a smash hit for parents and kids, according to Sonic team members, who revealed the game for a special event last night.
The Sonic team revealed the announcement at the Sonic Jam event at E3, a three-day gaming expo that includes panel sessions, game demos and live streaming.
The game, which will be released in North America this fall, is being developed by Sega.
It features a new soundtrack, updated graphics, new characters and more, according the team.
Sonic fans can get a preview of the game when it launches in early 2018.
Sega, which made the original Sonic the hedgehog game for the Sega Genesis in 1992, will produce the new Sonic title for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
The Sonic team says it plans to release a demo of the title for parents to try.
Sonic fans will be able to play the game with their children and their parents, and Sega is offering a special Sonic Pass to help kids get into the game.
The pass allows parents to take their kids on a journey to save the world.
Seth Wickersham, a Sega co-founder, told IGN that he thinks kids will enjoy playing the game and that the game will also appeal to people of all ages.
Wickersham also confirmed that the Sonic team is working on a new Sonic game.
Sonic will be returning to the world of the franchise when Sonic Mania launches in 2018, he said.
Sylvester Stallone, the legendary actor who starred in many of the original films and television shows that inspired the franchise, has joined the Sonic project, the team announced.
Stallone is a co-creator of the Sonic the Movie, which was released in 2009.
The announcement came just hours after Sonic creator Satoru Iwata announced the launch of the new series.
Iwata said he has been working on Sonic the Game for over 10 years, and the game is the first of a series of Sonic games to be made by Sega’s new publishing partner, PlatinumGames.
The series is set in the Sonic universe after a mysterious energy that causes the world to transform and the world’s heroes, including Sonic, to fight.
The game, set in a parallel universe, is set to be the first installment in the series to be released on consoles and mobile devices.SEGA previously released the Sonic franchise on mobile devices in 2012.
The mobile version of the games included Sonic the Comic, Sonic the Fighters and Sonic Riders.