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Sonic Classics

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Sonic Classics

Also known as: Sonic Compilation (EU)
Developers: Sonic Team, Sega Technical Institute, Compile
Publishers: Sega (EU/US), Tec Toy (BR), HiCOM (KR)
Platform: Genesis
Released in US: August 1997
Released in EU: July 1995
Released in KR: October 1997
Released in BR: 1997


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Sonic Classics has Sonic 1, Sonic 2, and Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine all in one, handy Mega Drive/Genesis cartridge. Sonic Classics (known as Sonic Compilation in Europe) was one of the first ever multi-game Sonic compilations to be released. The game was sold in the mid-to-late 90's, in the Mega Drive/Genesis' last few years before being discontinued (in most regions), and it's clear this game was produced for the sole purpose of making a few bucks before the dying console became completely irrelevant. The exact release date for Brazil isn't known, but it was probably released in early-to-mid 1997.

Unused Shaded Font

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A shaded font. That's pretty much it.

(Source: Hivebrain of Sonic Retro, Sega Retro)