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Sonic Colors: Ultimate Players Encounter Numerous Glitches For The Digital Deluxe Version of Nintendo Switch

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Say it isn’t so. Nintendo is offering refunds for the high-speed adventure. Sonic Colors: Ultimate game. This was a highly anticipated video game for gamers, but once the game was released, owners expressed their issues with the Nintendo Switch version (for the Digital Deluxe version). Apparently, Sonic Colors: Ultimate is suffers from numerous bugs, graphic glitches, and crashes. 

Twitter user Vex typed, “Refunded Sonic Colors: Ultimate on switch. If you plan on asking for a refund Nintendo actually is willing to give it since apparently they are aware of the issues now. Please let this be known.” Just fantastic news and that is sarcasm for anyone experiencing the unfavorable amount of bugs and glitches. It is as nerve-wracking as buying a vintage record player and it laughably skips, but only this is a preplanned, newly released video game, (that just needed more time in the development process).

 

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Another Twitter user wrote, “Don’t tell me people are actually blaming the Switch for this when it can run literally any other Wii remaster or port with absolutely no issue.” There you have it, folks. So who do you blame for the technical difficulties? All of this has to get one thinking if they threw away their receipt, can they still get a refund for an incomplete video game. The complaints just got worse.

Unsurprisingly, another Twitter user wrote, “If you must pick up Sonic Colors: Ultimate, please don’t buy it on Switch. It’s even missing the Eggman firework.” This video game was developed by Blind Squirrel Entertainment and just that name alone could arguably explain the buggy game.

Sonic Colors Ultimate ultimately has to be the most incomplete Sonic game ever, where you would expect more professionalism from the developers. You do not suppose that the gamers complaining online were the game testers, right? Now, we are wondering if this game will be continued in development and if it gets released again, some of us will have flashbacks of when Sonic was not up to par with other games. 

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.