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PostSubject: Sonic Generations (Xbox 360/PS3 Review)   Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:00 am

Sonic Generations
PS3, Xbox 360, PC, 3DS
Dev: SEGA/Sonic Team
Pub: SEGA
Rated E for Mild Cartoon Violence

(Box Art is same for each console)
You might as well call this game the messiah of Sonic. In fact, this was my reaction to it:

The Blue-Blur is back and better than ever in his exciting new adventure against new foes, old foes, and time itself! After a generation of games that made many Sonic fans give up hope (Horrible glitches, awkward cliche, aliens, werehogs, and even slow Sonic the Hedgehog), Sonic Team saved themselves and with a birthday gift not only for Sonic, but for his fans. Sonic Generations is a trip down memory-lane, from Sonic's memorable beginnings in 1991, to enhanced, less crappy versions of today's stages. Sonic Generations also brings back memories with not only it's stages, but it's sound. The sound is fantastic, with crisp clean remakes of those classics many still enjoy. Graphics are also nicely done, with the proportions of cute, chubby, and silent Classic Sonic looking as nice as they did in his classic stock art, and the daring confidence shown in Modern Sonic. Now for the best part--the gameplay. Sonic Generations offers amazing gameplay that will refuse to bore you to death. The speed is authentic and, well, fast! Something Sonic fans have not seen in a while. In fact, Classic Sonic gained speed since his games! The story mode is short, but once you are finished, you can still enjoy the levels over and over again and still be charmed by them. If not, then try the missions laid out over the map, each one with a challenging twist on the average gameplay, such as skateboarding, giant enemies, and racing your favorite characters such as Tails or Knuckles. In fact, you don't even have to play missions to see these characters. They can be found in the collection room, where you can view character models, and more things such as movies, art, and remastered music from the games you remember. Overall, I give this game a 9.3 because it has such a short story that I finished in a day, but so much nostalgia and great gameplay that you must witness. So Sonic fans, get out there if you really want to see the Blue-Blur in his best performance yet.


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PostSubject: Re: Sonic Generations (Xbox 360/PS3 Review)   Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:06 am

Another beautiful review. You actually made me think of buying it. A couple of contributions like this and you might get something.
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PostSubject: Re: Sonic Generations (Xbox 360/PS3 Review)   Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:09 am

I was thinking about this game but no matter how fun it may be 1 day of game play is really crappy i'm not sure it's worth the money.
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