Sonic Origins Dev Goes Off On State Of The Game

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Sonic Origins Dev Goes Off On State Of The Game

Software developer Simon “Stealth” Thomley of Headcannon—the studio behind Sonic Mania—popped off on the state of the remastered Sonic Origins bundle, on which the team also worked. In a series of tweets, he said Headcannon had to put in “major time crunch” and was barred from implementing “major fixes” before its June 23 release. Ultimately, he claimed, the team at Headcannon is “very unhappy” with Sonic Origins right now.

Sonic Origins has some solid scores from reviewers on Metacritic and OpenCritic, but currently it has a “mixed” rating on Steam. If you check out the reviews of the game on Valve’s digital distribution platform, you’ll see a variety of folks reading it for absolute filth. Some called the lack of integer scaling the “most important” con because “all four games look just as blurry as Sonic CD 2011.” Others said the keyboard controls are “unbelievably bad and that it “runs horribly.” Of course, everyone’s experience has been different, with a few people tweeting they didn’t encounter any issues at all during their play sessions.

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Still, it seems whatever problems Sonic Origins has are widespread and frustrating enough for Thomley to post a multi-tweet thread airing out his grievances with the game’s development. You can hear the exhaustion.

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