From Digital Foundry : “The headlines have concentrated on the issues surrounding the Switch version of Sonic Colours Ultimate – and let’s be clear, there are problems there – but we wanted to take a look at the remaster from a more global perspective. After all, the game is playable on three different PlayStations and a total of four Xbox systems, so how well does the game fare overall? is the remastering work of a decent quality? These are all questions worth answering because fundamentally, the original Sonic Colours was an excellent Wii title and it’s a game well worth improving and modernising for the today’s systems.

Released in November 2010, Sonic Colours builds spectacularly upon the foundation formed by Sonic Unleashed – stages seamlessly transition between full 3D sections and 2D side-scrolling sections as you play. Sonic has a lock-on, a boost button and a slide, among other things. It may seem slightly overwhelming at first blush but once you become accustomed to the…

Source: N4G PC Sonic Colours Ultimate: Switch is a problem but what about PlayStation and Xbox?