More positively, besides perhaps the greatest first-party era gaming has ever known, there's a neat mechanism for navigating to favourite titles quickly. Interviews with the people behind such titles as Columns, Ristar and, of course, Sonic feature too – although not many truly big names appear. Naturally, there's another opportunity to debate where the Sonic series went down the toilet too, whether it was when Shadow bore arms or earlier on when Sonic 3D decided that collecting little animals was exciting in its own right. To summarise, then, many of this release's trump cards have already been played via DLC. While we're hardly scraping the barrel with what remains, £30 still feels a little rich.