In the (almost) unanimous chorus of opinions favorable to the decision taken by the authors of the Sonic the Hedgehog film to change the design of the blue hedgehog stands the voice of dissent of Cory Barlog, the father of God of War.
Commenting on the news of the choice made by Paramount Pictures and director Jeff Fowler to change the appearance of Sonic in the new film dedicated to the videogame hero of SEGA, the author of Sony Santa Monica has in fact expressed all his disappointment by publishing a comment on Twitter which, as was to be expected, quickly made the rounds of the forums and sector sites.
“I really don’t know how I feel about being a creative in this kind of world,” Barlog began by adding that “it’s important to test the pulse of the public, but this makes it harder to try something really different that might seem like it at first an excessive change, but which could eventually produce surprising results “ .
As for Cory Barlog, instead, we are still waiting to know the date of publication of the documentary Raising Kratos dedicated to the history of God of War and, specifically, to the efforts made by the Sony Santa Monica team to give shape to the last, award-winning kolossal starring the God of War.
Really don't know how I feel about creating in this kind of world. Important to keep the pulse of the audience but this makes it harder to try something really different that, at first may seem like too much change, but on completion might surprise us.?https://t.co/ab7Vnt9vB3…
— Cory Barlog ? ???️ (@corybarlog) May 3, 2019