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Some Sonic Origins Players Still Can't Boot Up The Game

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The version 1.4 patch for Sonic Origins just dropped, fixing almost 80 known bugs found in the retro collection game. However, some players are still completely unable to launch the game on PC, with an apparant oversight making it impossible to boot it up on the platform.

According to some players, anyone with a unicode character in their Windows name (any symbol that doesn't appear on usual QWERTY keyboards) isn't able to launch Sonic Origins.

This is affecting players with accents in their real names, and is something that seemingly remains an issue even after the huge patch.

Related: 28 Years Later, I've Finally Finished Sonic 3 This bug was spotted early on, with users over on Steam discussing why they were unable to launch Sonic Origins on PC.

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