Sonic Generations Demo Greenlit For, At Least, Australia

By Spencer . May 6, 2011 . 12:35pm

SG_ghz_cl_22_medA leak from Australia’s Classification Board hints that Sega will release a downloadable demo for Sonic Generations. The rating board inspected Sonic Generations (Demo) and deemed it acceptable for all-ages.


Can’t say we’re shocked since Sega released downloadable demos for Sonic the Hedgehog (the 2006 game with Silver) and Sonic Unleashed. But, why would the Classification Board rate it now? Seems a bit early unless Sega is going to surprise Sonic fans by releasing the E3 demo on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live during the show. That’s just a guess, though, Sega has not confirmed or announced a demo for Sonic Generations.


Sonic Generations is scheduled for release this holiday season on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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  • ninjaonizuka

    i just can not wait for this i think sega finally got it right it wud be perfect with a choa garden and a hub world like sonic advent DX (one of my faves :)

  • Releasing it during the show would be awesome, though coming months way before Holiday 2011 is just l337suxx0rz. Anyway, I cant wait.

  • Chow

    I hope the levels tell a straightforward story (for each Sonic) with appropriate transitions between Zones. Sonic 3 & Knuckles was the epitome of speechless storytelling in this matter.

    On that note, imagine they pull some sort of mega twist a la Turtles Forever near the end (without spoiling that movie for anybody, I won’t mention it). Would that not be epic?

  • AnimeRemix

    Hoping for a American demo to be released hopefully during E3… I want this Sonic game badly! Classic Sonic + Modern Sonic = WIN. Now, I wonder when you start up the game, will it have that classic SEEEEEEGGGGGGGAAAAAAA!!!! opening, or the newer/modern Sega opening that they usually use nowadays. =S

  • This might be something like SEGA tried last year with Sonic 4. Give us an early try and then iron out the parts people complain about most online. I got to give credit to SEGA for at least trying to listen to us, if not always learning from fan input.

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