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Sonic Origins - The Digital Foundry Tech Review - Good... But Should Have Been Great

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On paper, this should have been the definitive collection of the classic Genesis/Mega Drive Sonic games. Built on Christian Whitehead's Retro Engine, the technological underpinnings are there - but a whole host of technical problems and a general lack of polish contribute to a release that promises so much but falls at the last hurdle.


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