SEGA having a Sonic 21st Anniversary XBLA sale

Even though a 21st anniversary isn’t as big in video games as it is in real life, SEGA is still having a sale. So its good to know that Sonic can finally get wasted, thanks SEGA. Whats on sale?

  • Sonic 4: Episode I – 400 pts (50% off)
  • Sonic Adventure – 400 pts (50%)
  • Sonic Adventure DX upgrade – 200 pts (50%)
  • Sonic CD – 200 pts (50% off)
  • Sonic car prop – 150 pts (50% off)
  • Racing Helmet (Black)  From Sonic & Sega Racing – 80 pts (09% off)

Anything you guys are looking forward to getting? That Sonic CD price is pretty damn good!


14 responses to “SEGA having a Sonic 21st Anniversary XBLA sale

  1. Barry the Nomad says:

    Being a Sonic nerd, I already have all the games. The avatar items… Hmm. If ASR2 supports 360 avatars, the helmet would be a fun prop. I do have leftover points.

  2. I already have most of those above. Sonic CD at 200 is an incredible price.

    I wish Sonic 4 ep 2 was on sale. I still don’t have that.

  3. DCGX says:

    I’ll definitely be picking up Sonic CD (the only reason I haven’t so far is a lack of time/backlog). I’m debating on Sonic 4 Ep. 1 yet again, but I’ll probably pass.

  4. sonicplayer says:

    Sonic CD even that cheap, no thanks, sonic adventure dx 800 microsoft points, maybe, but i have it for gamecube, but w/no gamecube backwords compatibilty on wii u, grrrr tough decision, especially considering how bad a port the xbla version is compared to the gamecube versio, or even the old PC version (the good one)

    • sonicplayer says:

      edit: miscounted sonic adventure dx=600 microsoft points, better deal for me =D

    • segaismysavior says:

      The XBLA port is way more playable than the GC release. The controls are much tighter and I don’t recall any slowdown.

      You don’t get the GBA connectivity though, for Chao swapping between games.

    • sonicplayer says:

      Well a guy on tssz told me they are exactly alike, so I’m going to play emerald coast in both the xbla trial version and the gamecube version.

  5. TaroYamada says:

    Bummer that it isn’t on Steam.

    • sonicplayer says:

      The sale is not on Steam as far as I’m concerned, but the game (and dx upgrade) are on their for $9 as part of the dreamcast collection (which can be bought for $29 w/classics like CrAzi TAXI, Sega bass fishing (of the dead^^jk), and space channel 5: part 2?).

    • sonicplayer says:

      sorry forgot to mention all those other sonic games listed are too

  6. Bex says:

    I don’t have Sonic CD yet but, now is a good time to get it! I didn’t know if it was worth 400 points and I believe they had a sale shortly after it was released for pretty much everything, except that. So glad to see it on offer this time and to be honest slightly glad Sonic4Ep2 isn’t on sale yet lol.

  7. Dave Rhodes says:

    Since I already have Sonic CD on the SEGA CD and GameCube, even at 400 Spacebucks the price seemed too high, but at 200 Spacebucks I’ll snag it.

    • sonicplayer says:

      Good idea considering it includes: a better spindash, “spoilers” playable TAILS!!!, switchable soundtrack, and leaderboards in addition to the normal stuff, also slight graphic improvements.
      Although I think I’ll stick to the sonic cd sega cd (mega cd) hack sonic cd++ (look on sonic retro)

  8. Skabbhund says:

    Sonic CD for 200 MSP is definitely worth it. Already have that game though. Will probably pick up the SA DLC so I can complete the achievements for that game. 🙂

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