Yuji Naka is adamant that Michael Jackson's music is missing from Sonic's origins

Yuji Naka is adamant that Michael Jackson's music is missing from Sonic's origins ...

Yuji Naka, who worked on the original Sonic 3, is now posting pictures on Twitter of his time in America.

One of the photographs Naka has revealed is from the time when he visited "his" house, presumably Michael Jackson''s Neverland Ranch in California. Just quite confirming things even more. Today, someone''s in a negative mood!

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

As many as one may have discovered, Naka worked as a programmer on 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 people have discovered, Naka is surprised to discover that the music for Sonic 3 has been changed.

This response on Twitter has become somewhat flinchy, as this is the producer declaring that Michael Jackson had actually contributed music to the title back in 1994.

Though this topic has been a hot topic over the years, MJ''s collaborator Brad Buxer recently admitted that the King of Pop contributed music to the game. However, this hasn''t hindered fans and industry members'' displeasure about Naka''s very honest-seeming reaction.

Well, here you go. But Yuji Naka expresses her out loud.

If you''ve yet to pick up Sonic Origins or hear the new music tracks, we''ve got you covered. The original tracks from the Mega Drive and Genesis versions have been replaced by arrangement of the original music, and you may see them here.

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

What are your thoughts and reactions to the new music? What do you think about Naka''s reaction and comments? Share your thoughts below.

[source twitter.com]