Sonic Superstars Now Available

The North Star Islands await in Arzest and SEGA’s Sonic Superstars, now available for PC and consoles.

Featuring Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Amy Rose, this 2D side-scrolling platformer will let players harness all-new Emerald powers like Vision to move and attack in different ways. Like previous game, players will complete 12 different Zones with acts between them that transport players to jungles, carnivals, and sky areas. Also included are springs, vertical loops, and collectible rings.

Doctor Eggman and his evil contraptions must be overcome, but this time players will also have to take on Fang the Hunter and newcomer Trip the Sungazer.

The campaign of Sonic Superstars features local multiplayer, with support for up to four players that can drop in at their convenience. Players can also collect medals that can be then used for customization.

See it for yourself with the launch trailer below:

Sonic Superstars – Launch Trailer | PS5 & PS4 Games

The game is out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC. A Deluxe Edition of the game is also available for $69.99, which includes the LEGO Fun Pack, a digital artbook, a mini-OST, and other perks.

Those that sign up for SEGA’s newsletter by January 31 can get themselves a classic, redefined skin for Amy Rose in the title.

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