Here’s How Sonic 3’s New Music In Sonic Origins Lines Up The Classics
Sonic Origin coming soon, will launch on Switch this coming Thursday. At this point, it’s no secret that the music in Sonic the Hedgehog 3 to be likely to be changed for new releasedue to a complication with permissions and now we have confirmation that this is indeed the case.
It’s sad that we have to report this, but it looks like the classic tracks from the original release, such as Carnival Night Zone and Ice Cap Zone, have been completely replaced in Sonic Origins. As explained in the video below from GameXplain, it looks like the tracks have been replaced with improved versions of the ’90s music from Sonic 3’s prototype release, so it’s not a piece of cake. total mendicity.
Sure it could have been a lot worse, but there’s no doubt that new music simply doesn’t stack up favorably next to the classics. Listen to yourself:
Our sister site Push Square also emphasizes a drastic change to his own assessment, but perhaps a little more tolerance for new music:
“The most die-hard fans can also lament the lack of specific tunes from Sonic 3 & Knuckles, replaced with music made in the 90s but never perfected (so far).” . The new tracks aren’t bad – some are actually pretty good – but they’ll probably get the hang of if you’re nostalgic about Carnival Night, Ice Hats, and Boot Bases.”
You can see the full verdict right here.
What do you think of the “new” tracks in Sonic the Hedgehog 3? Do you like the original better? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.