The actor behind Sonic The Hedgehog’s voice is officially saying goodbye to the franchise after 10 years. Roger Craig Smith announced the news on January 28, 2021, via Twitter. For all those, who still have a doubt can check his tweet below.
If you are a true fan of Roger Craig Smith and Sonic The Hedgehog’, then you can easily decode the message. In his message, he mentioned, “10 years was an amazing run.” We all know that he started to give his voice to Sonic Colors in November 2010. Further, he also cited “zones” and posted a hedgehog emoji. In last, shared a blue heart, which was broken.
He voiced several cartoon characters, such as Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, LEGO Dimensions, Sonic Forces, Team Sonic Racing, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Puyo Puyo Tetris 2. Roger Craig Smith, is also famous for his good work in various movies such as Wreck-It Ralph and Ralph, Breaks the Internet and shows such as Sonic Boom and OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes.
To refresh your memory, we must tell you that Japanese Sonic voice actor wasn’t used in the Sonic the Hedgehog movie. In place of Junichi Kanemaru, Taishi Nakagawa voiced the character in the film.
Who Will Replace Roger Craig Smith?
Till now Sega hasn’t given any clue regarding the Sonic’s new voice. However, a Netflix Sonic show is in development. Let’s see who will give him his voice.
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