Fault Sega for many things. Fault them for their denigrating treatment of Sonic when he made the jump into the 3D era. Fault them for trying to recapture the magic of the blue hedgehog one moment while flopping on so many others. But one thing you can’t fault them for is Sonic Adventure.
Because for all the criticism, it remains one of the most solid Sonic franchises of all time, if not a great example how to transition the blue blur into 3D. Several years on, news has emerged of domains registered for Sonic Adventure 3.
The domains in question – sonicadventure3.com, sonicadventure3.net, sonicadventure3.org, sonicadventure3.info, sonicadventure3.fr, sonicadventure3.eu – hold no connection to Sega currently. A French division, 1 & 1 Internet, registered the domains.
And while it may seem like a reach, it bears mentioning that EuroDNS registered domains for Sonic Generations, Sonic Free Riders and the Sonic the Hedgehog 4, all which turned out to be real.