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Development teams behind Sonic Colors revealed

4:00 AM on 05.28.2010 // Conrad Zimmerman
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I have what's a good news/potentially bad news situation on my hands here. Yesterday, SEGA announced another set of Wii and DS Sonic games called Sonic Colors. Now they've revealed who the development teams are which are working on them.

First, the good news. Sonic Colors for Nintendo DS is being developed by Sonic Team in association with Dimps. You may commence with the rejoicing and the dancing and the good times. At least until you read the next sentence. The Wii version of Sonic Colors is being developed by just Sonic Team. You may cease all rejoicing at this time if you so choose.

I mean, it might not turn out to be awful on Wii. There's always hope that Sonic Team can get it together and deliver something which is more than just playable but they haven't shown such an aptitude as of late. All we can do is keep hoping with the expectation that said hopes will be mercilessly crushed.

Sonic Colours Update – Okay AAUK, Who Is Doing It? [Sonic City Blognik vie The Sonic Stadium -- Thanks Connell!]




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