SEGA Confirms No DLC Planned for Sonic Mania

SonicManiaDLCNoThe Sonic Mania fever is spreading online and now that fans have finished the game they want more. I would assume that this is a good sign, you always want gamers that complete your game to want more. Its the sign of a fun, well put together package. While some Sonic Mania fans have been asking for DLC, Sonic Team’s Takashi Iizuka finally came out and confirmed that there isn’t any plans for it. That’s right, Sonic Mania is leaving the potential of DLC cash on the table to deliver a complete package for only $19.99. While some might say, if they really want to be like the olden days, why not a physical release? I’m there with you. I hope Sonic Mania is successful enough digitally (which it looks like it might be) to get a physical release. I mean if Shovel Knight, Rocket League and other smaller published games can do it, so can SEGA.

As for as Sonic Mania DLC, if it where to happen, what would you want the developers to add? Personally sold on the idea of having a playable Metal Sonic, what about you guys? Let us know in the comments below.

[Via: GoNintendo]

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5 responses to “SEGA Confirms No DLC Planned for Sonic Mania

  1. Ikagura says:

    bad decision… But at least I hope for a sequel

  2. RushDawg says:

    I sincerely hope we get a physical release. It is utterly bizarre that they made a Collector’s Edition with a ton of over-the-top (but still cool) physical goodies but no actual game.

  3. Billy says:

    How about just unlocking extras, based on skill; you know, kind of like the old-school games upon which this is based?

  4. Robbie says:

    I don’t want Mania DLC. I want more new games. Mania DLC would equal getting either yet more recycled stages, or more new stages with Tee Lopes’ ridiculous compositions that pass off for “music” (sorry dude, stick to remixes. Or learn to produce actual tunes, rather than mindless compilations of sounds that have little connection or transition between them).

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