“Sonic the Hedgehog” is a huge franchise appearing in comics, shows, movies, and, of course, games and has inspired the lives of many gamers. After the completion of “Sonic Unleashed,” Sonic Team discussed ways to celebrate the blue blur’s 20th anniversary. The team decided to split the gameplay between Classic and Modern. Dimps helped develop the 3DS version of the game which the team decided to start from scratch and make the game a celebration of Sonic’s portable history. Ports for the Wii, DS, and Playstation Portable (PSP) were scrapped, however. On Nov. 1, 2011, “Sonic Generations” was released for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The Windows version was released two days later and the 3DS game came out on the 22nd. So, is this game a timeless Classic? Or a Modern flop?
Note: I will be reviewing the PC version for this review.
So another demo of Sonic Generations was released yesterday for XBox 360. The PS3 version is slated to release on the 25th. The file is about 600 some MB but downloaded fairly quickly. Upon entering the start menu you are treated with being able to play Green Hill Zone which is presumed to be the […]
You’ll be able to get it for XBox 360 and PS3 on November 1st. This goes for North America and Europe. Everyone else will get it November 4th. Still no word on the 3DS version yet. Source: PSX Extreme and Official Sonic Generations Page
Can be found here Features some gameplay of both classic and modern Sonic within chemical plant.
The Sonic Generations Demo has been out since June 23rd (Sonic’s 20th Anniversary! Happy Birthday, Sonic!) This really does looks to be what the community has been waiting for and we’ll break it down. Physics Classic Sonic feels right. The mechanics feel right on. Jumping is the right height. Running speed feels right. Spin dashing […]