'Nights into Dreams' and 'Sonic Adventure 2' remakes coming first week of October

Nights into Dreams and Sonic Adventure 2 will be released onto Xbox Live and PlayStation Network during the first week of October, Sega announced today.

Nights into Dreams and Sonic Adventure 2 will be released onto Xbox Live and PlayStation Network during the first week of October, Sega announced today.

Both titles, which are HD remakes of their respective, original Saturn and Dreamcast versions, will be released on PlayStation Network Tuesday, October 2nd for $9.99, and Xbox Live Arcade Friday, October 5th for 800 Microsoft Points. Fans who really want to immerse themselves in the Sonic Adventure 2 experience can also purchase the Battle Mode DLC pack for $2.99 (240 Microsoft Points), which unlocks additional characters and maps for the game's competitive mode, which were added in the title's Gamecube adaptation.

In addition, Nights into Dreams will include the Christmas Nights expansion for free. It may be a tad unseasonal to play through it in early October, but we're sure the nostalgia receptors in your brain won't mind.

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