Latest Sonic Origins patch takes aim at Sonic the Hedgehog 2’s wonky Tails AI

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Sega has released another round of fixes for Sonic Origins – the publisher’s disappointing collection of classic Sonic platformers – this time taking aim at Sonic the Hedgehog 2’s troublesome Tails AI.

Sonic Origins was, to put it politely, a bit of a mess when it launched earlier this year, and was plagued by enough presentational and technical issues – as extensively documented by Digital Foundry’s John Linneman – that its developer publicly hit out at Sega, saying it was “very unhappy” at the state the game had been launched in.

Since then, Sega has been working to fix some of Origins’ more egregious problems, and its latest patch – officially known as update 1.04 – leads with an attempt to remedy a widely reported AI issue that would repeatedly cause Tails to goes off-screen in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, unable to rejoin the action.

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