Coming up on 11 years after its original release, a new rumour mill is spinning for Sonic Colours. A remaster of the 2011 game has potentially been leaked by a German voiceover studio.
Twitter user @Kutairo_ discovered the crumb of details, made available via a listing from German voiceover studio iksample. The studio claims that they worked on the localisation for the game in December 2020. @Kutairo_ then took it upon themselves to upload a screenshot of the page. However, that page has been removed from the site. Thankfully, the tweet still remains. We’ve included it for you below.
I found out that the German dubbing studio of the Sonic games dubbed Sonic Colours Remastered in 2020 :O
I'm excited now. @LennFennex
— • Gum | Kupo (@Kutairo_) April 8, 2021
Interestingly, French games retailer Sogamely also listed a pre-order page of ‘Sonic Colours Ultimate’ for PS4. Though, that now leads to a page with an unnamed item listed as being sold out.
Sonic Colours was a 2010 game that released for the Wii and Nintendo DS. It was heralded as quite a solid Sonic game, something that of course can not always be said about the franchise. Sega have yet to confirm whether a Sonic Colours remaster is in the works. Do you think this is enough proof to hold the company’s feet to the fire, providing us some blue hedgehog news?