Ever wanted to know what long lost SEGA Saturn game Sonic X-Treme would have sounded like? Well, now you can, as former SEGA Technical Institute developer Chris Senn has shared a number of tracks from the game's in-development soundtrack.
The new material comes following a new interview between Senn and Sonic CulT (who previously interviewed fellow former STI developer Mike Wallis - read more about that here), which will be published soon. In the meantime, Sonic CulT posted downloads of the following stage music.
- Jade Gully - SXC_JadeGully.rar
- Red Sands - SXC_RedSands.rar
- Crystal Frost - SXC_CrystalFrost.rar
Senn worked intensely on the PC version of Sonic X-Treme, and Sonic CulT says that it is working to get a copy of this to further share more details about the cancelled game. More interesting facts about X-Treme's development will soon be made available once the full Sonic CulT interview goes live - we'll be sure to update you all when that happens.
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