A bunch of old Sonic games will be delisted when the $40 remaster collection releases

Just last week, Sony annoyed Sonic fans by releasing one of those terrible DLC charts that shows what is and isn’t included in the various versions of Sonic Origins. The chart was immensely irritating, with piddling minor features like “letterbox background” and “character animation in the main menu” locked off from certain versions of the remaster—of which there are a flippin’ five in total to choose from. Even “Hard Missions” were only listed to appear in the “Premium Fun Pack,” which is a terrible name for any edition of a game, and the “Digital Deluxe Edition,” which will run you $45.

Well, prepare to get annoyed again, because Sony is planning to delist the digital versions of the games included in the remastered Sonic Origins collection. That covers Sonic the Hedgehog 1 and 2, Sonic 3 & Knuckles, and Sonic CD. The great delisting of these games will happen on May 20, about a month before Sonic Origins is released. If you already own digital copies of these games, you’ll still be able to play them, but they will no longer be available to buy on Steam and the Xbox Store. (The exception will be the Nintendo Switch versions of Sonic 1 and 2, which will remain available through Sega Ages. Sonic 2 will also be available on Nintendo Switch Online+ for the Sega Genesis.)

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