Sonic 30th Anniversary Humble Bundle Deal (Sonic the Hedgehog - Steam)

Sonic 30th Anniversary (Steam)

Sonic The Hedgehog 30th Anniversary Bundle (Humble Bundle)

Sonic The Hedgehog 30th Anniversary Game Bundle is available on for 12 more days. Most Sonic fans likely already have these games but for $10 or more for 13 Sonic downloads, (roughly 77 cents each) you are getting an excellent deal. With the Steam Deck launch coming up soon, this is another way to beef up your Steam library on the cheap. 

For a $12 or more donation, you get 13 Sonic downloads including: 

  1. Team Sonic Racing 
  2. Sonic Mania
  3. Sonic Mania Encore DLC
  4. Sonic Forces
  5. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Collection
  6. Sonic Generations Collection
  7. Sonic Lost World
  8. Sonic Adventure 2
  9. Sonic Adventure 2: Battle Mode DLC 
  10. Sonic Adventure DX
  11. Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing 
  12. Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
  13. Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 2
While this is a fantastic deal,  there are some notable games missing if you want the total Sonic Steam experience including (Current Steam Prices):

  • Sonic CD ($4.99)
  • Sonic Forces ($39.99)
  • Sonic The Hedgehog ($4.99)
  • Sonic The Hedgehog 2 ($4.99)
  • Sonic 3 & Knuckles ($4.99)
  • Sonic Spinball ($4.99)
  • Sonic 3D Blast ($4.99)
Perhaps I'm greedy but the entire Sonic Steam experience in one buy would have been pretty awesome but we can't get everything! Dropping a total of $82 on everything still wouldn't be a bad deal especially for those who don't have all the games. 

Back in the day I was definitely a SEGA kid. During the 8-bit/16-bit era, my main consoles were the SEGA Master System and SEGA Genesis. I was the only one on my street with either. Everyone else had the NES/SNES so I didn't miss out on the Nintendo experience even without owning one at the time. 

Released in 1991, Sonic was a prime example of why SEGA wasn't lying when they claimed to do what Nintendon't.  Sadly their true and clever marketing department failed later on with the Saturn and Dreamcast. I do find it somewhat crazy that the game is now 30 years old which definitely makes me old (lol). June 23, 1991 was the official North American launch date. 

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