Thursday , June 21 2018

Sonic the Hedgehog celebrates 21st Birthday with a sale


Sonic the Hedgehog is 21 years old tomorrow, he first appeared June 23, 1991 on the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. To celebrate his birthday Sega are holding a sale offering up to 70% off their Sonic titles in the Google Play Store(Also iOS, XBLA and on PSN as well).

Normal Price Sale Price
Sonic CD $4.99 $2.96
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 $3.99 $0.99
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 $6.99 $4.93

Sega advise that ‘These deals end on June 22nd!’ so make sure you Sonic fans get in early and grab a deal. Is it just me or are other people just not hugely excited by the Episode 2 ‘deal’? Sure you’ll save $2 but that’s still nearly $5 for the game, anyway for now I’ll grab Sonic CD and Sonic Episode 1 and leave Episode 2 for hopefully a better sale down the track. So head on over to the links in the Google Play Store and check them out.

Source: Sega.

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Ep 1 works on Galaxy Tab 10.1 but Ep 2 doesn’t :/

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Tried to load Episode 2 THD on my Prime TF201 but says it is not compatible

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Do any of those versions have bearable controls on Android? Pretty sure that I bought Sonic CD, though the controls drove me crazy.

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