Sega, the once mighty gaming company that duked it out in the ring with Nintendo for living room supremacy, has long dropped out from the console race and concentrated solely on gaming titles instead. Well, this time around, Sega has announced the official debut of Sonic The Hedgehog for Android, where folks who have fond memories of this Sega Genesis favorite would be able to pick it up from Google Play for $2.99/£1.99/€2.69/AUD$2.99 a pop, depending on which region you so happen to live in.
This particular version would let you take a look at Sonic’s world in a new way, where it has been optimized with widescreen support and carries exclusive features just for smartphones only. Not only that, gamers can unlock Sonic’s pals Tails and Knuckles as playable characters to make the game more desirable. Sonic The Hedgehog is available for iOS via the App Store, and the all new content is available for free for those who already have the game on their iOS devices. Will this be a more enjoyable experience compared to Sonic the Hedgehog 4 (with Episode II as well)?
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