Three dollops of Sonic the Hedgehog content will be available to download on PC from today, following the release of Sonic Generations last month, Sega has announced.

No specific digital download platforms were mentioned, but presumably the usual gaggle of Steam and others are included.

If you're only just old enough to buy a pint, you probably won't remember Sonic CD, a game released on the technologically astonishing Mega CD back in 1993. It used disks and everything and saved to memory.

Sonic Generations DLC Casino Night Pinball Stage is the second offering in the line-up, while PC players can now also get their hands on Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 1.

Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 will launch on PC later this year, Sega also said.

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