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Sonic Classic Collection

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Sonic Classic Collection

Developer: The Creative Assembly[1]
Publisher: Sega[1]
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in US: March 2, 2010[1]
Released in EU: March 12, 2010[1]
Released in AU: March 11, 2010[1]

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.

Sonic Classic Collection is a collection of all three classic Sonic games on the go, and Knuckles! Where can you go wrong?

This collection is notable for using jEnesisDS, made by Stephan Dittrich, who was hired by Sega to rework the emulator for this compilation.

(Source: Sega Retro)

Unused Graphics

Sonicclassicsds saving.pngSonicclassicsds loading.png

Unused saving and loading graphics. The games save and load immediately, rendering these useless.

Unused Game Content

Some menus and modes from the original games are disabled in normal play, but still exist.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Debug Mode

Similar to the code for the international version, but the player presses the A button on the Nintendo DS instead (i.e. Up, A, Down, A, Left, A, Right, A, then pressing Start and A together to enable debug.) The content is the same, though the placement mode controls have also changed.

  • Placement Mode: Press B during gameplay. From there,
    • Press Y to move forward one object.
    • Hold Y and press A to move backward one object.
    • Press A to place the object.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2

The options, level select, and 2 Player modes are still in the game's data and are functional (although the 2 Player modes are missing their music).

Sonic the Hedgehog 3

The level select and Competition modes are also intact, but disabled. Competition mode’s levels are missing their music.

Sonic 3 & Knuckles

To do:
It is possible to use the 2 player mode it through a glitch in Flying Battery zone, however this glitch was on a New Nintendo 3DS, so it could be poor backwards compatibility. So can somebody build up on this glitch I discovered?

Has exactly the same content from Sonic the Hedgehog 3.

Competition mode can be accessed if the ROM is reset with debug mode, but the level music is still missing; oddly enough, the Competition mode menu uses the miniboss theme from Sonic 3 alone.