And yet, somehow, with Sonic Origins, Sega swung and… well, it’s not quite a miss.
Sonic Origins is another Sega release where, for a moment at least, it feels like he actually has.
But in the case of Sonic Origins, Sega had been dealt a pretty strong hand to begin with; a perfect starting point for this collection.
Great, high quality, modern engine versions of Sonic 1, 2, and CD already existed on mobile – and the versions in Origins have their roots there.
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