SEGA exec Alan Pritchard has revealed more about the company's plans to delist less-than-stellar Sonic games - suggesting the publisher may take a leaf out of an old rival's book.
SEGA has signed a three-year deal with Alton Towers, the UK's most popular theme park.
In 1991, the idea of Sonic The Hedgehog on a Nintendo console was
ludicrous. The idea of seven Sonic games on one tiny piece of at
the time unheard of proprietary media, sold for £30 at the