Highlights from Sonic Origins: Speed Strats New game features

Highlights from Sonic Origins: Speed Strats New game features: Sega released the first installment of Speed Strats: a Sonic Origins video series earlier today, taking a closer look at the remaster released later this month. The presentation, which you can watch below, focuses on the many modes and extra features available for each game.

Each platformer will be available in two different modes: Classic and Anniversary. Both choices have completely recreated images. Although Classic displays them in the original 4:3 aspect ratio while Anniversary displays them in full widescreen.

Highlights from Sonic Origins: Speed Strats New game features

In terms of gameplay, Classic has the standard difficulty with limited lives and game overs, but Anniversary allows you to play through each title with infinite continues. In addition, a Story mode will include in the collection. Allowing you to go through all four games as one continuous journey with freshly made animated sequences after each one.

There are brand new gameplay modes for each entry, such as Boss Rush and Mission Mode. The former allows you to fight all the game’s bosses without completing the levels that lead up to them. While the latter requires players to meet specific challenges to earn the coveted S rank.

In addition, each game contains a Mirror Mode that enables you to play it backward.
Finally, the video revealed that Sonic Origins has new money in the form of coins.

Coins may find concealed throughout the Anniversary mode of each game and won in Mission Mode. In addition, cash may use to access material such as music, concept art. And movies from the in-game museum and to repeat the games’ challenging bonus levels.

On June 23, Sonic Origins will be published, including enhanced ports of Sonic the Hedgehog (1991), Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (1992), Sonic CD (1993), and Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles (1994). If you can’t get enough of the blue blur, check out new Sonic Frontiers screenshots or look forward to Big the Cat’s imminent debut in Netflix’s Sonic Prime.