Yuji Naka Is Shocked That Michael Jackson's Music Is Missing in Sonic Origins

Yuji Naka Is Shocked That Michael Jackson's Music Is Missing in Sonic Origins ...

Yuji Naka spent his time in America working on the original Sonic 3.

Naka has shared one of the photos from his visit to "his" house, presumably Michael Jackson''s Neverland Ranch in California. Just casually verifying things even more. Today, somebody''s in a positive mood!

If his Twitter account is anything to go by, Yuji Naka, the co-creator of Sonic the Hedgehog and producer of a few of Sonic''s early titles.

Naka, a former producer, appears to have acquired a copy of Sonic Origins today, the compilation game that entitles all four classic Mega Drive Sonic titles. Previously, he worked as a programr for Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic the Hedgehog 2, before becoming a producer (and programr) role for Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles. However, as many of us have discovered, Naka is surprised to discover that the music for Sonic 3 has been changed.

This reaction on Twitter has sort of been blown up, as this is the producer declaring that Michael Jackson really contributed to the title back in 1994.

While this topic has been a hot topic over the years, MJ''s collaborator Brad Buxer recently confirmed that the King of Pop has been instrumental in the game. However, this hasn''t sparked fans and industry members'' displeasure about Naka''s very honest-seeming reaction.

Well, here you go, right? Yuji Naka swears it loudly.

If you''ve yet to pick up Sonic Origins or hear the new music tracks, here''s how to get the original tracks from the Mega Drive and Genesis versions updated. Below are a few of the original recordings.

  • Further reading - Here''''s How Sonic 3''''s New Music In Sonic Origins Stacks Up To The Classics

What does your opinion on the new music? What do you feel about Naka''s reaction and comments? Share your thoughts below!

[source twitter.com]