Sonic X-Treme Lead Designer Shares Long Lost Music Tracks

Ever wanted to know what long lost SEGA Saturn game Sonic X-Treme would have sounded like? Well, now you can, as former SEGA Technical Institute developer Chris Senn has shared a number of tracks from the game’s in-development soundtrack.

The new material comes following a new interview between Senn and Sonic CulT (who previously interviewed fellow former STI developer Mike Wallis – read more about that here), which will be published soon. In the meantime, Sonic CulT posted downloads of the following stage music.

Senn worked intensely on the PC version of Sonic X-Treme, and Sonic CulT says that it is working to get a copy of this to further share more details about the cancelled game. More interesting facts about X-Treme’s development will soon be made available once the full Sonic CulT interview goes live – we’ll be sure to update you all when that happens.

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