Sonic Generations – New Mod Replaces Sonic & His Friends With Mario & His Friends

Sonic and Mario fans, here is something special for you today. A team has been working on a mod that replaces Sonic and his friends in Sonic Generations with Mario and his friends. And the good news is that the mod has been released and can be download right here, right now.

As the team noted, Super Mario Generations features new rivals from the Mario universe, new music, new HUD and anything else pertaining to raster graphics, new hub world NPCs, and improved animations for Mario himself.

Cureently there are several different versions of the mod:

SMG All-in-One: This version contains Mario, his friends, rivals, bosses, HUD and other 2D graphic replacements, voice/SFX, and music.
SMG Music: Music for Super Mario Generations.
SMG LITE: Contains Mario, the voice, and his tailor-made HUD.
SMG Super-LITE: Just contains Mario and his voice.
SLG: Includes playable Luigi with his own HUD and voice.
SLG Super-LITE: Just contains Luigi and his voice.

Those interested can download this mod from here.

And here is how you can install the mod:

“Install like you would any other Generations mod. Normally, the directory is C:\Program Files(x86)\Steam\Steamapps\common\Sonic Generations\mods. SonicGMI is paramount if you want to play this mod. You may also pack the files into CPKs if you run into GMI’s infamous loading loop glitch (advanced users only).”

(RELEASE)Sonic Generations Mod: Super Mario Generations

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