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Likely to avoid conflicting with Taito, Sega used "SegaSonic" for branding of its arcade games in the meantime. This lead to Sega's arcade games such as SegaSonic the Hedgehog, SegaSonic Cosmo Fighter and SegaSonic Popcorn Shop to use the SegaSonic branding. It was also used for merchandise of the series such as clothing, household items, and plush toys, likely for consistency.Metal Sonic, Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom), Chaos Spear, Roger Craig Smith, Perfect Chaos
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