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Sonic Boom Series Video Game & Toys

By February 12, 2014

At an event this month SEGA® introduced Sonic Boom, with a new look for Sonic and friends and the launch for their first-ever CG animated television series.

Sonic Boom animated series, video games and toy line.

Note: I was invited as media to this event. No other compensation was received. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

The Sonic Boom television series, coproduced by SEGA of America Inc. and OuiDO! Productions, will debut on Cartoon Network in the U.S. during the 2014/2015 season.

Sonic Boom animated series, video games and toy line

The series consisting of 52 x 11-minute standalone episodes packed full of action of saving the world, robot battles and more.

Sonic Boom animated series, video games and toy line

The new Sonic Boom launch also included a new video games for the Wii U system and the Nintendo 3DS hand-held system .

Serving as a prequel to the stories revealed in the TV series the Sonic Boom video game will deliver a totally different experience to previous Sonic games with collaborative gameplay at its core.

Sonic Boom will take advantage of the innovative hardware of both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, with traditional elements of Sonic games, such as speed, also featured. The videogame will also introduce exploration, combat and a new Enerbeam tether mechanic that will allow the Sonic Boom world to be discovered in totally unique ways.

Sonic Boom animated series, video games and toy line

Sonic Boom will be supported by new master toy partner TOMY. TOMY’s line will showcase the new character looks, and will feature new play patterns based on both the new game and TV series.

TOMY will develop a toy range across a broad number of categories including plush, action figures, RC, role play, vehicles and novelty. Sonic fans can expect a high-quality, collectible toy line fueled by TOMY innovation and energized with speed, lights, sounds, motion-activation and action-performance.

To learn more, visit - www.sonicthehedgehog.com/boom

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  2. Great post. I didn't know that there were so many dolls for boys and I am glad there are!

  3. I love that they finally have "culture" Ken dolls. Thx for linking up Nikki :)

  4. Ken is looking might hot nowadays! Haha! I love the ethnic versions. We need more of that ;)

  5. Isn't it great that more ethnic dolls are being made, even for boys? :)

    Thanks for your comment. I thought I was the only one who would be interested in this. Guess not. LOL

  6. I love this campaign. They also have Barbie cupcakes at Magnolia bakery which is yummo! Interesting post I wonder if Big Bro will want dolls in the future. He loves his Buzz action figure does that count?

  7. Takeo isn't a Ken doll. He belongs to the Fashion Royalty
    doll collection made by Integrity
    Toys, and designed by Jason Wu. When I was growing up, there was only one doll company that made fashion dolls, so every doll was either a 'Ken' or a 'Barbie' as generic for 'male' and 'female' but now there are dozens and dozens of companies. Most of the dolls are pretty pricey for the
    grade school set, but at least they're there.