Yuji Naka claims that his cut Sonic Origins music was inspired by Michael Jackson

Yuji Naka claims that his cut Sonic Origins music was inspired by Michael Jackson ...

In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Final Fantasy fans have attempted to save Aerith in VII or discover the Triforce. One of the legendary authors claims that Michael Jackson, the prince of pop himself, wrote music for Sonic the Hedgehog 3. Now we finally know that it is true.

The music confirmation for Sonic Origins is completely clear. Sonic 1, 2, 3, and CD are apparently different from the original game which we now know based on Michael Jackson.

Even if Sonic 3 is played by Michael Jackson, it''s no surprise that the music for the game has changed.

Naka and the players from Sonic Team met in his helicopter on a record-breaking day. It is only benefitful that the developers paid a visit to Neverland Ranch as the game was being developed.

When we arrived at his house in his helicopter, I took this picture with my camera. It''s pretty faded. I miss it. pic.twitter.com/wtM1BtMHwT

There are a number of tracks in Sonic 3, which sound quite like Jackson tunes, according to the video below, released by YouTuber hamsand210 back in 2013, showing great examples. Black or White sped up sounds like the first stage in the Ice Cap Zone, Smooth Criminal sounds like the second stage.

This isn''t the only information we have obtained from Sonic Origins. A dataminer actually discovered leftover files from Sonic Frontiers in its code, posing doubts about what the future game might entail. Knuckles, Big the Cat, a fishing activity, and something called kodama were all part of the datamine.