The Sonic the Hedgehog movie is out in cinemas today, and to celebrate, there's a whole bunch of Super Sonic sales going on.
Leading the pack is the Sonic the Hedgehog Ultimate Sale on Steam. For £45.15, the Ultimate Bundle gives you all 19 items on sale, spanning much of the blue blur's history.
On the other hand, you might not want all of them - let's face it, there are a few stinkers in there too - so you can also pick and choose at the following prices:
- Sonic Mania for £5.09
- Sonic Mania DLC for £1.99
- Team Sonic Racing for £8.74
- Sonic Forces for £8.74
- Sonic the Hedgehog for 99p
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for 99p
- Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles for 99p
- Sonic CD for 99p
- Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 for £1.49
- Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2 for £1.49
- Sonic: Lost World for £4.99
- Sonic Spinball for 99p
- Sonic Generations Collection for £3.74
- Dr Robototnik's Mean Bean Machine for 99p
- Sonic 3D Blast for 99p
- Sonic Adventure 2 for £1.49
- Sonic Adventure 2 Battle DLC for 49p
- Sonic & Sega All-Star Racing for £1.24
- Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed Collection for £3.74
Those two games are also currently on sale on the Nintendo Switch eShop, though perhaps unsurprisingly for Nintendo, it's less of a bargain compared to the other platforms. But if you gotta go fast while on the go, then you can get Sonic Forces for £17.49 or Team Sonic Racing for £24.49.
For some fast fashion, Zavvi also has exclusive unisex Sonic T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies available for a limited time starting from £14.99. If you buy two or more, you'll even get a pretty lovely mug for free, with a choice of Sonic, Tails, Knuckles or Dr. Eggman.
Of course, whether or not you'll actually want to spend your money to see the movie is another matter, Oli Welsh calling it a "formulaic cut-and-paste job". But at least we'll still have the games.
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