Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II now available for all Android devices

Folks who don’t own a Tegra device and were looking forward to playing Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II can now head over to the Android market. As you know, Sega and NVIDIA have partnered to bring the Sonic 4 series to Tegra devices with a timed exclusivity period.

These periods don’t usually last long, though, and Episode II seems to have gotten here right on schedule. Both the Tegra HD and the common version of the game cost $6.99 in the Google Play Store so find your respective version and give it a go if you haven’t played this fantastic game already.

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  • effApple

    yikes.. $6.99

  • toomuchgame441

    They can keep it at that price

  • Sobr0801

    If people are not willing to pay a little more for quality games, we will be stuck with shitty cheaply made games.

    • effApple

      My personal limit for games is $5. Productivity apps that I use on a daily basis I will pay more for.

  • rmontilla87

    Personally, I don’t think it’s worth $6.99. That’s pretty steep. Then again, if it’s worth $6.99 then it better run smooth like butter.

  • Jared Morgan

    I happily pay $5 each month for access to the monthly DLC on The Pinball Arcade. I don’t see how paying $7 for a one-off title is that different.

    Both seem to be quality games. Both have obviously had months of development invested in them. $7 is the cost of a junky meal at McDonalds. I’m sure many of us don’t baulk at paying that. And that only gives you about 2 hours worth of ‘value’ ;)

  • Jared Morgan

    There’s also a Lite version. So you can see what it’s like on your own device before purchase. Can’t really get much fairer than that.

  • UniBroW

    I’d buy this game but sega’s customer support is lousy at best.

  • linjingxian

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