In a quite sudden San Diego Comedian-Con announcement, Cartoon Community introduced that Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog is making a visitor look in an upcoming episode of its well-liked animated sequence, OK Okay.O. Let’s Be Heroes. And it will not solely be the blue blur who’s becoming a member of in on the enjoyable, both. He’ll be accompanied by longtime side-kick Miles “Tails” Prower, as a result of why would not he be?
The reveal got here within the type of a brief clip, which exhibits the sequence protagonist Okay.O. discovering his battle buddies too drained to be heroes. With nobody round to assist him, you possibly can in all probability think about what comes subsequent. Watch the nostalgia-packed clip, which incorporates sick music and a genius nod to Sonic 3D Blast, within the video participant beneath.
For the uninitiated, OK Okay.O. Let’s Be Heroes is a cartoon sequence created by artist Ian Jones-Quartey. It debuted on Cartoon Community in 2017 and follows the adventures of Okay.O., a brave and foolishly optimistic little one making an attempt to be the best hero he may be within the video game-inspired world of Lakewood Plaza Turbo.
The upcoming Sonic crossover episode is titled “Let’s Meet Sonic” and can premiere on Sunday, August four at four:45 PM ET PT on Cartoon Community. You can even watch the episode through Cartoon Community’s app.
This is not the primary time Cartoon Community’s OK Okay.O. Let’s Be Heroes has touched something games-related. Whereas the sequence has been recognized to steadily reference basic video video games, it has truly had a recreation of its personal known as OK Okay.O. Let’s Play Heroes again in 2018. GameSpot reviewer Alexander Pan was quite blended in regards to the recreation, giving it a 6/10 and saying, “So far as diversifications go, OK Okay.O. Let’s Play Heroes seems to be and sounds incredible in a method that’s distinct but trustworthy to the supply materials. However the shallow mechanics, the repetitiveness of the gameplay loop, and narrative pacing points forestall the sport from being a rousing knockout.”