Thanks, I'll get that next time I play then!

Any word from Sega to you guys? Obviously people have thrown around the notion that Sega might not be particularly keen in having part of one of their games lifted from one to another, although I can't see how this isn't a good thing in this case (you're hardly depriving them of sales, for one thing). If anything, it speaks to how Sonic Team really dropped the ball in one of the few games where DLC wasn't just desired, but could fit perfectly into the game without breaking any sort of narrative cohesion.