Especially since the Nintendo Switch version of Sega’s remastered Sonic Colors Ultimate doesn’t seem to be off to a good start.
Players report many issues, from visual bugs to soft locks to crashes and more.
as VGC He notes that the PS4 version has been previously released for testing.
Fans are not excited about anything
“Don’t tell me people are actually blaming the switch when it can turn on any other Wii port or port without any issues,” he wrote e.g. p_ditty2 on Twitter. “As always when it comes to Sonic, this is Sega’s fault.”
RnB_DREAMSOL added I’m not too happy: “Sonic Colors Ultimate is objectively the worst Sonic game ever, not even Boom or 06 were that bad.”
Unlike other versions of Sonic Colors Ultimate, the game on Switch should offer some graphical improvements over the original Wii and run at 30 frames per second.
“The presentation is probably the area where Sonic Colors falters more than anything else, because it looks like an upgraded port from the original Wii rather than a true remake,” he writes. Nintendo Live. “Unlike other consoles, Sonic Color only runs at 30 frames per second on the Switch (although stable) and the graphical improvements feel relatively negligible.”
– Min (@MiNado_Meta) September 3, 2021
– Smoncdahonk September 4, 2021
– A dream of dollars oul ??? (Bday in 21 Days!!!??) (RnB_DREAMSOUL) September 4, 2021
Only available in store with delay
In the lead-up to the release, Sega delayed the release of the physical versions in Europe due to logistical reasons. The game will be available digitally in this country starting tomorrow, September 7, 2021.
“Due to unforeseen logistical issues, all physical editions of Sonic Colors Ultimate, which includes both the Standard Edition and the Keyring Edition, will appear late in all EMEA markets except Australia and New Zealand,” the publisher said.