SEGA Japan announced today via their Sonic Twitter account that a Platinum Collection edition of Sonic Free Riders would see a Japanese release tomorrow, indicating that the game has sold reasonably well since its release November 2010. The game is available to buy on Play-Asia right now, but only in NTSC-J format. No word on whether or not we’ll see a release in other territories, but we’ll keep you updated if anything is announced!
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In other news, the soundtracks to all 3 Riders games (Riders, Zero Gravity and Free Riders) are now available on iTunes. Each album costs £7.99/$9.99/8.99€/¥1,500, or you can buy tracks individually for £0.79/$0.99/0.99 €/¥150 each.
Will you be picking up any of these albums, or are you hoping to see a Platinum Collection release in your country? You know the drill, let us know in the comments!
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