On the fifth day of Christmas, Retro gave to me…
…the Korean opening to Sonic Christmas Blast.
Now, I’m sure everyone here has seen the animated special Sonic Christmas Blast at least once in their life. Produced after Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and the Saturday morning series ended, it is most definitely a continuation of the first, although the pink version of Princess Sally shows up. Sure, she doesn’t talk, but she shows up!
Originally named An X-Tremely Sonic Christmas, it was retitled to match the Sonic game that was actually coming out in 1996. And to be honest, it’s worth watching just because of how insane it is. How often do you get to see Robotnik dressed up as Santa, anyway? The video above is the intro to the special, but as you’ve probably come to notice, it’s in Korean. And while we don’t have a translation just yet, the lyrics definitely are about Sonic the Hedgehog. And Christmas.
[Source: slimer via #retro via naver.com]
Translation is something i would gladly do by the way
Wait… Robotnik’s Santa? I no wonder I always get a how to make a swat bot kit for Christmas!
@_@ CANNOT UNSEE.
Mooooore Chimneys! Mooooooar!
Funny that this is posted the same day Kim Jong Il died.
I know Korean, and the lyric has nothing to do with christmas. Just a 80’s style(although the show being aired in S.Korea during 90’s) expository theme tune also used on Korean dub of AoStH.
“Now, I’m sure everyone here has seen the animated special Sonic Christmas Blast”
Well, living in finland where those Sonic cartoons never aired, I had never even heard of that christmas blast thing.
Buuut yeah XD Definetely one weirdass video there. That voice will hount my dreams.
I have Sonic Christmas Blast kicking around my house somewhere still 😛
Looks like Robotnik gave himself a PRRRROOMOTION!!
(Sorry. I HAD to say that)
Hey, at least you didn’t say something about his Pingas…
I read this article today, and learnt of the existance of this Christmas special, only to see it the shops as a DVD christmas card combo for $1.00!!! Needless to say I bought it, and it was in english. If wanted, I could scan it up if you’r like cause it’s pretty interesting in it’s own right.