SEGA recently conducted a survey on many of their fans, asking them about tons of different topics, including their age, country of origin, and favorite non-SEGA video games. Most of the questions were fairly straightforward and dealt exclusively with the fans’ preferences regarding SEGA’s biggest franchises. One question on the survey stood out from the rest, however, as it asked fans whether they would like to see a Sonic crossover with characters from Nintendo, Pixar, Capcom, Dragon Ball Z, Adventure Time, Looney Toons, and My Little Pony. A second question asked about specific characters that could potentially cross over into the Sonic universe, mentioning Link, Mickey Mouse, and Crash Bandicoot as possibilities, among several others.

The full questions from the survey can be seen in the gallery below!

The questionnaire was given randomly to fans who played SEGA apps on iOS and Android, and it’s exclusive to mobile devices, so no link for the survey can be provided. If you’re curious to see the other questions, screenshots of the entire survey can be found here.

It should be noted that it’s highly unlikely that most of these crossovers will ever happen. Companies like SEGA often make surveys like this to become more acquainted with their user base. While it is possible that some of these crossovers might happen (an eventual Nintendo crossover is inevitable), this survey should not be taken as confirmation that SEGA is seriously considering teaming up with any of these companies.

What’s your take on this? Which of these characters would you like to see in the next Sonic game? Personally, I’d love to see Super Sonic fight someone from the cast of Dragon Ball Z.

Source: GameSpot

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