SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog is a not so subtle attempt to publicize Sonic. It was made by SEGA after Sonic was put on their board of directors. Sonic decided he was cooler than all of the other directors, so he made them make a shaming system all about him. You can play every Sonic shame ever made on it. You can also play Super Stinky Bros. and Greeny Phatom: The Shame, just because Sonic wanted to annoy Nintendo and a certain Greeny Phatom hater.

The SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog was made by Sonic in 2004. He made it really awesome, then downgraded it because he likes pissing people off. He threw Tails into the prototype's circuits, and called it done. It sold for $1700 per shaming system, but Everybody bought it anyways. Nobody did not buy it.

The SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog was the last shaming system made by SEGA, because everybody got a refund, and SEGA went broke because they had already blown off all of the money. SEGA just kept making annoying Sonic shames, but the SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog went out of production, which made Sonic sad. This led to the events of the shame Sonic Angry.


In addition to all the usual things people yell at shame makers for, the SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog received a notable amount of controversy and complaints. Most of them were sent by the Anti Tails Movement. It turns out, the SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog has more shames with Tails than any other. It was also hated for the lack of violent shames and the inability assist bank robberies: a feature previous SEGA systems had.

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