It is not that normal that I do game reviews but when a good game comes out that I enjoy, it is always worth a little time to do a review for it and for once, a modern Sonic game is worth doing a review.
As I am sure you may know, Sonic fans lately have been annoyed at Sega because of random little things like in Sonic 4 if you rolled and did not hold right or left you would stop rolling and all that, that Sega decided to release a game that would please both. It seems they may have done it (this review does NOT include the Nintendo 3DS version, I have no interest in trying that one out).
The idea behind the game is you play as both the modern Sonic (right on the picture) and the classic Sonic (on the left) and complete the game by playing many levels from old Sonic games in both a 2D and 3D view although I use 2D lightly while you fight two evil scientist.
During the game, you get to fight some rivals, play mini-quests, fight two evil scientists and all that but I am again happy that Super Sonic is again playable (The Yellow Hedgehog is back). While the game itself is short, at least once again like Sonic 2 you can mess around as Super Sonic flies about the levels trying to see if your eyes can keep up with him.
So overall is the game worth getting?
Well, while it is a fancy remake of the old games it does bring many of the old classic feels back which many of the older Sonic fans would remember while bringing in the new feel of the modern Sonic games. So yes, it is worth getting if you have the cash to spare and if you do, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Buy Online: Amazon
Need to reference?
Ellis, M. (2011). Sonic Generations: My Review. [online] Snat's Narratives & Tales. Available at: https://snat.co.uk/reviews/video-games/sonic-generation-born-anew.html [Accessed 07 Dec 2023].
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