The Sonic series remake collection “Sonic Origins” will be released on Sonic the Hedgehog’s birthday (June 23 this year).
But some fans complained that Sega’s price was unreasonable: “It’s just taking out the content of the main body and selling it as DLC.”
Some players said that buying this is better than spending money to play on an emulator; you should split the game’s main menu into several DLCs to sell.
Some users mentioned that Sega once announced its entry into NFTs, and now it has divided the game into DLC for sale, and these operations should be stopped immediately.
Then someone replied below that they (Sega) already wanted to kill the Sonic IP for some reason.
The “Sonic Origins” Standard Edition retails for $39.99 and will provide pre-order players with 100 bonus coins, as well as an unannounced mirror mode unlock and a new letterbox background, and players who want to experience the full content will need to purchase additional DLC.