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For the fully-roamable 3D hub world, see Sonic World.
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Sonic World (ソニックワールド Sonikkuwārudo?) is a game that was made to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. It was developed by the Sonic Team and directed by Shun Nakamura. The game shares its name with a 3D hub world from Sonic Jam. Xbox Live and PlayStation Network refer to it in all-caps as SONIC WORLD. To disambiguate, the game has been called by a number of different aliases, including Sonic 2015, Sonic '15,, Ozcrash: Last Game, Sonic World Engine and Sonic Hub World.






Voice Roles

Role Japanese Voice Actor English Voice Actor
Sonic the Hedgehog Junichi Kanemaru Roger Craig Smith
Miles "Tails" Prower Ryo Hirohashi Kate Higgins
Knuckles the Echidna Nobutoshi Canna Travis Willingham
Amy Rose Taeko Kawata Cindy Robinson
Shadow the Hedgehog Kouji Yusa Kirk Thornton
Rouge the Bat Rumi Ochiai Karen Strassman
Cream the Rabbit Sayaka Aoki Michelle Ruff
Blaze the Cat Nao Takamori Laura Bailey
Silver the Hedgehog Daisuke Ono Quinton Flynn
E-123 Omega Taiten Kusunoki Vic Mignogna
Espio the Chameleon Yuki Masuda Troy Baker
Charmy Bee Youko Teppouzuka Colleen Villard
Vector the Crocodile Kenta Miyake Keith Silverstein
Big The Cat Takashi Nagasako Kyle Hebert
Marine The Raccoon AquaStarMarine AquaStarMarine
Mighty The Armadillo
Ray The Flying Squirrel GlitchKitten GlitchKitten
Fang The Sniper Mykle Hunter Mykle Hunter
Bean The Dynamite Demon Alchemist Demon Alchemist
Jet the Hawk Daisuke Kishio Michael Yurchak
Wave the Swallow Chie Nakamura Colleen Villard
Kate Higgins (ingame voice clips)
Storm the Albatross Kenji Nomura Kent Hampton
Doctor Eggman Chikao Ohtsuka Mike Pollock
Narrator Kenji Utsumi Mike Pollock
Princess Elise Maaya Sakamoto Lacey Chabert
Mephiles the Dark Takayuki Sakazume Dan Green
Solaris Project Scientists Keiji Okuda
Yoshikazu Kozuma
Dan Green
Duke of Soleanna Kenji Utsumi David Willis
G.U.N. Communicator Keiji Okuda David Willis
Blue Boxes Fumihiko Tachiki Roger Craig Smith


  • This is the first Sonic game for the PSVita.
  • The textures for Planet Wisp's environment map are actually screenshots of the team's dev PROGRAM.
  • This is the first game with Eggman Nega to have stereoscopic 3D capability.
  • Sonic Team originally planned releasing a PC Sonic game Called Sonic Jeans, However, such a game would take take a long time to create, and Sega wanted to release this game much closer to the 360 and PS3's discontinuation.
  • This is the first 3D Sonic platform game since Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) to feature Rouge and Omega as full-playable characters.
    • Coincidentally, it is also the first 3D Sonic platform game since Sonic Heroes to feature Espio, Charmy, Vector, Cream and Big as full-playable characters.
  • The PSVita version is the first handheld game that features HD graphics.

This is the third game that Tails uses Dummy Ring Bombs as an attack, the first two being Sonic Heroes and Sonic the Hedgehog (2006).

  • In the PC fangame version, when Marine gets an "E"/"F" rank, she says "Are you kidding me", that clip was removed in other versions due to controversy from Turkey.
  • During the credits, the original levels from each game play along with the music medley as a tribute to the original games. In the PC fangame version, the following game versions were used: the original Japanese Sonic Adventure release on Dreamcast, Sonic Adventure 2 Battle on GameCube, PC version of Sonic Heroes, the PS3 versions of Sonic 06 and Sonic Unleashed, and the Wii edition of Sonic Colors. There are no obvious indications if the Genesis/Mega Drive games are originals or direct emulations (or even Sonic Jam). Oddly enough, even though the credits use the revised Japanese version of the original Sonic the Hedgehog, the unlockable emulation in console versions is the original American release.
  • This is the third game to use skill customization, the first two being Sonic and the Secret Rings and Sonic Generations.