The Nintendo Switch version of Sega’s remaster Sonic Colors Ultimate in particular does not look like a good start.
Players report a number of issues ranging from visual impairments to soft locks malfunctions and more.
As VGC Notes, PS4 version released before trial.
Fans are interested in anything
“Don’t tell me that people actually blame the switch when it can actually run any other Wii remaster or port without really any problems,” he writes. p_ditty2 On Twitter. “As always when it comes to Sonic, it’s Seka’s fault.”
RnB_DREAMSOUL Added Not very happy: “Sonic Colors Ultimate is objectively the worst Sonic game ever made, not even bad for Boom or 06.”
Unlike other versions of the Sonic Colors Ultimate, the game on the Switch should offer some graphical upgrades compared to the original Wii and run at 30fps.
“The presentation is the most stuttering part of the Sonic colors because it feels more like an upgraded port of the Wii original than an actual overhaul,” he writes. Nintendo Life. “Unlike other consoles, the Sonic Colors Switch only works at 30fps (although this is standard) and feels like graphics enhancements are relatively low.”
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Available only in store with delay
Prior to the release, Sega postponed the release of physics versions in Europe for logistical reasons. The game will be available digitally in this country from tomorrow September 7, 2021.
“Due to unforeseen logistical issues, all physical versions of the Sonic Colors Ultimate, including the standard and Keering versions, will be delayed in all EMEA markets except Australia and New Zealand,” the publisher said.
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