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Sonic Generations Collector’s Edition | PS3Blog.net

[Australia and Europe] Sonic Fans will be getting a treat this fall, as Sega will be celebrating their 20th anniversary Sonic title release, “Sonic Generations”, with a one of a kind Collector’s Edition.

Here is what you will find inside that Limited edition lenticular packaging you see in the picture above:

– Classic Sonic and Modern Sonic side-by-side Figurine.

– An exclusive, individually numbered [Gold Ring] (Gold-gold.. or gold?)

[20 Years of Sonic Artbook] , containing never before seen sketches and images from the past 20 years.

– The [20th Anniversary Sonic Soundtrack] featuring a selection of tracks handpicked by Sonic Team.

– The [History of Sonic: Birth of an Icon] Documentary, an exclusive collection of interviews and footage charting Sonic’s life from inception through to becoming one of the most iconic characters in videogame history.

– Bonus additional Downloadable Content (DLC) for the game, details of which are yet to be revealed.

Sonic Generations will be available in November, 2011 on PS3 and Xbox 360.

How jealous is the rest of you right now? Time to import a copy!

Comments

  1. Haha, ya I’ll pass on that. Loved Sonic in my youth, but that’s where that love will stay. Cool figurine if your a Sonic fan though.

  2. @Tosh: And what about the Gold Ring? And the artbook! And the soundtrack!

  3. Yeah, what about the gold ring, the art book and the soundtrack Tosh? ha? lol

  4. Not sure what to think of the game yet but that figurine looks way cool. The rest of the stuff is pointless. Why do they keep putting so much junk in these collections?…oh eaaaaasy money

  5. uhh classic sonic and new sonic nose too nose, I wonder who would win lol I thank classic sonic would.

  6. that statue looks cool. I hope this sonic wont bomb like the recent ones.

  7. I was never a Sonic fan, specially since in my younger days I had only Nintendo consoles… and even when I did play them the game wasn’t really interesting to me.

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