On November 12, 2010, Sonic Colors was released for Wii and Nintendo DS. The title, rather well received by the press as by the players, had made a strong impression in our columns with a 15 out of 20 for the home console version, and a 16 out of 20 for the portable version. Moreover, it may well be that a Remastered version of the colorful platformer is currently in preparation!
For a few hours now, a certain Sonic Colors Remastered has appeared on the web, or more precisely, on the site iksample. Indeed, according to the German company specializing in dubbing, their team would have worked on the remaster of SEGA during the year 2020, which would be rather good news, especially as the thirtieth anniversary of the mascot is fast approaching. Unfortunately, the information has since been deleted.
Obviously, this news is to be taken with a grain of salt, for two reasons. The first is that SEGA has never formalized such a project, the second is that the illustration chosen by iksample to dress the ad was that of Sonic Boom and not that of Sonic Colours, which can be confusing. All that remains is to be patient wisely, while hoping that SEGA will take the floor in the near future.
Source: jeuxvideo.com by www.jeuxvideo.com.
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