Michael Jackson composed music for Sonic 3, according to Yuji Naka

Michael Jackson composed music for Sonic 3, according to Yuji Naka ...

Yuji Naka, the producer of Sonic the Hedgehog in 1994, stated on Twitter that Michael Jackson committed some music for Sonic the Hedgehog 3, but also that the legend is a valid statement, and that the songs that the King of Pop had been removed in the just-released Sonic Origins remake. Yeah, it''s a bummer.

Jackson was reportedly engaged in Sonic 3''s production, but he left the project in the wake of the 1993 child abuse allegations, which he said was uncredited. However, the writer claims he was not happy with the result; now weve got a clear line under the statement from the Sonic creator.

In a tweet made June 23, Naka asked whether Sonic Origins Sonic 3 had a different song. He answered this question, saying, Oh my god, the music for Sonic 3 has changed, even if the Sega Official uses Michael Jackson''s music.

Which tracks have been replaced in Sonic Origins, and which ones have been replaced with? On June 21, GameXplain posted a great video highlighting the music for three of Sonic Origins Sonic 3, but the TLDR is the music for the games ZonesCarnival Night, Ice Cap, and Launch Baseis completely different, with the games'' remixes. The same prototype that ended up becoming the 1997 PC port for Sonic 3 and Knuckles. It''s not that they sound like elevator music.

Naka received the below tweet when asked for a comment via Twitter DMs, claiming that the music for Sonic 3 was altered.

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Kotaku has reached out to Sega for advice.

It''s a shame that Michael Jackson composed Sonic 3. The tracks Jackson wrote aren''t just the danceable tunes he''s known for, but their thumping energy matched the games'' frenetic speed. Nevertheless, Sega may not want to have the game associated with such a sussy musician, e.g. with 2019''s Leaving Neverland documentary.