Sonic Classic Collection Releasing March 2nd In U.S.?

Sonic Classic Collection Releasing March 2nd In U.S.?

Sonic Classic Collection U.S. Box Art

We all know retailers love to speculate release dates for future games well the fun has begun with Sonic Classic Collection on Nintendo DS that SEGA confirmed to be launching March 2010. are now listing the game and have it down for a March 2nd 2010 release in U.S. shores so they have their month right at least. Price is also listed at the very fair $29.82.

Amazon also confirm Sonic & Knuckles will lock-on with Sonic 2 and 3 but there is no mention of Sonic 1 so the Blue Sphere game that’s been present in past collections may be absent in this one.

Here’s Amazon’s product info –
* All of the best original Sonic games in one fantastic compilation
* These much-loved classics come complete to the handheld arena for the first time. Now you can experience the games that defined a genre anywhere, anytime
* For the first time in Sonic The Hedgehog and Sonic The Hedgehog 2, players can saved their progress at any point while playing so that you miss none of the non-stop action

Sonic The Hedgehog, one of the world’s most recognized and successful video-game characters returns to the Nintendo DS in this new collection of his original adventures. Sonic Classic Collection is the complete compilation of the original SEGA Genesis Sonic titles, consisting of the following genre-defining games: • Sonic The Hedgehog • Sonic The Hedgehog 2 • Sonic The Hedghog 3 • Sonic & Knuckles It also features two extra lock-on modes from the originals whereby Knuckles becomes a playable character in both Sonic 2 and 3 to complete the full experience. For the first time the best of classic Sonic comes to the Nintendo DS for a new generation of gamers!

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  1. Does anyone else notice, they compleatly ignore the existance of the GBA port of sonic 1. (not that it’s a bad thing) That port had saving in it.

  2. Being able to save for the first time…

    Pfft, what about the save state feature in every sonic collection game ever.

  3. Will they fix the Super Sonic mid air glitch at the end of an act on Sonic 2?
    Will they include Knuckles in Sonic 1?
    Will they include a preview of Sonic Chronicles 2?

    *Every time someone says Sonic Adventure 2 was good, all Sonic players worldwide are disconnected from their online Smash Bros Brawl game*

  4. Oh, good. So it does have a lock on feature. At least they got that much right.

    What would turn this into a mega-badass compilation is if it were a straight up port of Sonic Jam.

  5. I’m actually seriously considering getting this now. I never pass up the excuse to play through the originals again, and there’s just something that doesn’t feel right about emulating them on PSP.

  6. What I’d really like to see is Tails and Knuckles in Sonic 1. And maybe let Tails actually fly in Sonic 2!

  7. Now Humblefellow has a good idea. That’s what would make this a must get game.

    You know what else would be nice, remember how Sonic 2 and 3 have those racing modes. It would be nice to play those without having to split the screen. You think they’ll inclde those modes on the DS? It would also be cool to have Sonic and tails Co-op, but Tails wouldn’t have to be left behind since he’s got his own screen (second player has their own DS).

  8. I was thinking the same thing Sonictoast, if they did something like that with that with 2 players.
    I bet it would give it that much more coolness to it, I would get for sure it if it had that.

  9. Didn’t Sonic Jam allow you to save on Sonic 1 and 2? In fact I’m sure of it.

    You know what Sega how about putting some effort into these money milking re-releases and perhaps add things to them or fix glitches and framerate issues? A proper 2 player co-op mode, as many have said would be welcome!

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