Sonic 4 Episode 1 & 2 Removed From Mobile Markets

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Well that didn’t take long, barely 24 hours after Sega said that they would be removing some mobile games which didn’t meet their ‘standards’ it appears that our first casualty is a Sonic game. In a move which has surprised pretty much no one, Sonic 4 Episode 1 & 2 have been removed from some mobile market places.

Multiple sources have confirmed to us that Sonic 4 Episode 1 & 2 (mobile), is no longer available to download, however the full rollout of this decision hasn’t yet impact, at the time of writing you can get both episodes from the UK Play Store and Episode 1 is still appearing for some people on the iOS store.

If you’re still after the mobile versions of this game, might want to hurry and get them before they vanish forever.

UPDATE: Episode 2 appears to have gone from the UK Play Store

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“Oh Yeah!” Sonic 4 & Sonic CD coming to the Ouya!

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If you havn’t heard of the Ouya yet, you probably won’t care much about this particular bit of news, and if you don’t know what Ouya is, then you might want to look it up.

Anyway, on june 27th, Sega is going to release three Sonic games on the system, they include, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 (episode 1 & 2) and Sonic CD, all of which have been optimised for Ouya’s Tegra 3 processor.

The interesting part about this deal is the change in strategy. When players download the titles, they will be able to play a the first levels of Sonic 4 episode 1 and Sonic CD for free, and the first two levels of Sonic 4 Episode 2 for free. If they like the game, they can purchase the full game later on.

Each game will cost $6.99 each. The deal is only for these three titles and there was no mention of plans to expand the number of Sega games at this time.

So… anyone here actually getting an Ouya?

Source: Gamesindustry.biz