You can now play Sonic in a new Super Smash Bros. mod that adds the character to the roster. The name of the mod is Smash Remix, and it adds characters like Marth and Mewtwo to the Nintendo 64 version of Super Smash Bros.
There were no third-party characters in the original Super Smash Bros. Before Super Smash Bros. Brawl on the Nintendo Wii, the series didn’t include any characters from outside the franchise.
Sonic the Hedgehog and Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid were the first third-party characters in Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features characters from Final Fantasy VII, Kingdom Hearts, Minecraft, Street Fighter IV, and Persona 5, as well as Ryu and Ken from Street Fighter. The series has also included characters from Final Fantasy VII and Kingdom Hearts.
Ganondorf, Lucas, Wolf, and other Star Fox and Mother 3 characters have been included in Smash Remix. Sonic the Hedgehog has been introduced to Smash Remix in a new teaser posted to the Smash Remix YouTube channel in conjunction with the release of Smash Remix Ver. 1.1.0. Sonic’s spring recovery and Homing Attack have been carried over from the official Super Smash Bros. games.
In the Remix mode, an additional boss is Super Sonic, who may be picked as a character or as a conventional Sonic version. As part of the Smash Remix, Bowser has received a low-poly model in order to make the game operate more smoothly when there are a lot of characters involved. Green Hill Zone, Subcon, Metallic Madness Zone, Casino Night Zone, and Pirate Land have been introduced as new stages in the update.
Stamina Mode and the Home Run Contest have been incorporated into the Smash Remix game mode. To begin a match while holding an item, as well as to generate a taunt item, there are now options available in the game. As a last note, the Ver 1.1.0 release contains a number of bug fixes and mode tweaks. In the history of Super Smash Bros., Sonic was the first third-party character to appear, although he wasn’t the first to appear in Smash Remix. He is a character in Smash Remix from the Rare-owned brand Conker.
Still, it’s strange to see Sonic in the game, given that Nintendo and Sega were still battling in the console industry at the time of the original Super Smash Bros. Sonic never got a chance to feature in the original Super Smash Bros., but his appearance in Smash Remix is a pleasant surprise for those who missed out on the chance.