Tomoya Ohtani, the composer behind the music of several Sonic the Hedgehog games, recently announced on Twitter that one of his tracks, “Undefeatable,” has surpassed 10 million plays on Spotify. Ohtani also shared some insight into the creation of the track, which was specifically designed to accompany Super Sonic battles in Sonic Frontiers.
In the tweet, Ohtani acknowledged that Super Sonic battles have not been featured prominently in recent Sonic games, which is why he wanted to create powerful and iconic music for these moments in Sonic Frontiers. “Undefeatable” was the result of this creative vision.
The track itself is an upbeat and energetic piece, featuring driving percussion and soaring melodies. It perfectly captures the feeling of taking on a powerful enemy as the invincible Super Sonic, and it’s no surprise that it has become a fan favorite.
Ohtani has been composing music for Sonic games since Sonic Adventure 2, and his work has become an integral part of the Sonic franchise. His compositions have been praised for their catchy melodies, energetic rhythms, and ability to evoke the spirit of Sonic’s high-speed adventures.
In addition to his work on Sonic games, Ohtani has also composed music for other video games like Rythm Thief, ChuChu Rocket! and Super Monkey Ball. His versatility as a composer is evident in the wide range of styles and moods he has been able to create over the course of his career.