Sonic Generations originally released the week before Skyrim, and a month after Dark Souls, so unless you’re a massive fan of the blue creature
you’d be forgiven for passing it over. It’s actually one of the better modern Sonic games: it takes a hybrid approach, with levels evenly split between traditional sidescroller platforming and high speed third-person rollercoasters.
Anyway, it’s currently a measly $1 (£0.75 / AU$1.20) on Steam, so if you’ve ever felt inclined to give it a go, now’s a good time. The deal is actually for the Sonic Generations Collection, which includes the Casino Night DLC which, as the name implies, takes place in a casino-themed world reminiscent of Sonic 2.
If that’s not enough Sonic for you, most other Sonic games are going cheap too. I’d especially recommend Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed, which is currently 75 percent off. The recent 16-bit styled Sonic Mania is also 66 percent off. Aside from those, I’m not sure there are any other good Sonic games. I’m pretty sure there aren’t.
This news was originally published at pcgamer.com