Sonic Origins receives a patch with various fixes, including one of its most critical bugs


Sonic Origins receives a patch with various fixes, including one of its most critical bugs

Sonic Origins receives a patch that fixes several bugs, including a bug that caused Tails to disappear in Sonic 2. It also adds cheat codes in Sonic 3, with which you can get infinite lives and other bonuses.

Sonic Origins, the compilation of Sonic 1, Sonic 2, Sonic 3 & Knuckles and Sonic CDhas been a disappointment for many fans, who complain about bugs, as well as a multitude of small details that are different or worse than the original ones that dirty the final result.

Fortunately, a patch for Sonic Mania was released today that fixes some of the more annoying bugs, including one that caused Tails disappeared in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

The patch notes only mention two known bugs:

  • Correct names of some musical tracks misplaced in the Museum
  • Fixed bug where Tails would disappear in Sonic 2 and couldn’t come back out
  • Additional bug fixes

In addition, new cheat codes for Sonic 3 & Knuckles have also been added, which you can activate from the soundtest menu, and which have been collected on Tails Channel.

Some of these tricks allow get infinite lives (19921124)turns all enemies into chipmunks (19790811), removes all rings and item boxes (00000000), and changes the title screen to Sonic the Hedgehog 3 only (19940202).

Will these arrangements be enough to win back the trust of the fans?

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For probably the majority, Sonic Origins offers the possibility of replaying four classic platform games adapted to the new consoles and with a few extras, and that’s more than enough. However, behind the scenes its development has been chaotic at least.

A third-party developer of the game went on Twitter saying that he was very unhappy with SEGA because they had poorly implemented his work, and caused a series of glitches that he was not responsible for.

Even a modder who set out to fix the game ended up leaving him when he saw that his code was a mess, a mess or what he calls it, a real piece of shit.


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