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If you aren’t keen on digital download games, you can now mark a date on your calendars for the release of the physical boxed PC version of Sonic Generations. The retail PC version will be joining the portable Nintendo 3DS version on store shelves in Europe on November 25th, which is just 15 days away. No date has been revealed for the boxed PC version in Australia, but we’ll update when we see one.
Source: SEGA Press
UPDATE: Our commenters have informed us that SEGA’s non-Games For Windows retail PC games usually support Steam, so this one likely will too. We’ll let you know when we get confirmation.
UK retailers Amazon and Zavvi have revealed the box artwork for the Europe exclusive retail PC version of Sonic Generations, which, as you can see, is the same as the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. The box art confirms that the retail version will not be a Games For Windows title, meaning players won’t be able to unlock achievements through Windows Live and likely won’t be able to obtain any possible DLC. Achievements have already been confirmed for the Steam download version.
On the plus side, Zavvi.com has the retail PC version priced at just £14.85 at the time of this article’s publication. Bargain!
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