Team Sonic Racing
Team Eggman is set to appear in Team Sonic Racing!
Metal Sonic has been beaten... or has he? Find out in the latest issue of Sonic the Hedgehog!
Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
Race to earn Special characters in Sonic Forces: Speed Battle!
Sonic Mania Adventures
Even ruthless killing machines deserve care and love during the holidays...
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Super Peel Out (ダッシュ Dasshu?, lit. "Dash"), also known as the Strike Dash (ストライクダッシュ Sutoraikudasshu?), the Figure Eight or Charged Dash, is a recurring technique in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. When performing this move, the user moves his legs in a specific circle pattern, while remaining stationary, before taking off at higher-than-average speeds.
The Super Peel Out technique made its first appearance in Sonic the Hedgehog CD as Sonic's newest move. In this game, when Sonic performs the Super Peel Out, he moves his legs in such a manner and at such speeds that he creates the illusion that his legs disappears into a red stream that forms a figure-8/infinity sign (∞) below him. This appearance for the Super Peel Out technique has since become the most well-known illustration of the move.Sonic Christmas Blast, Pumpkin Hill, Floating Island, Star Post, Heavy King
Sonic and Tails have Metal Sonic chained up in a laboratory. Tails confirms to Sonic that Metal Sonic's basic abilities were restored after his disconnection with the Master Emerald. Tails tells him that he has finished the necessary repairs for the robot, prompting Sonic to ask for Metal Sonic to be turned back online. Read more...
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