Summary: -This is a review from a retro and not that modern gamer; Even though, my youth can be expressed a lot when playing this game (or any gams really). As this game celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the iconic blue hedgehog on the Nintendo 3DS handheld, it seems amazing how SEGA could spend their time in building this great game even if a console version exists. I've seen many fans of the franchise (such as me) review this game as "mediocre" when in reality...
Summary: The only thing that makes me mad about this game,is that Modern Sonic levels are in 2.5D, not 3D. Sonic Generations was 3D on the Home Consoles and the PC! Other than my rant about why this game isn't in 3D, the rest of the game is cool.
It's like the lost chapter of the main Sonic Generations. It works.
rodjoh "rodjoh", Amazon
27 July 2013
Summary: On the HD consoles, Sonic Generations is a 3D platformer that follows "Classic Sonic" and "Modern Sonic" through stages all across the history of Sonic games. The big gameplay feature of this game is that you get to experience, for instance, the same old Green Hill Zone in a 2D (but with HD graphics) perspective as before, but then in Act 2 you get to see things in a 3D perspective... which is really a whole new stage but with that look and feel of the classic.
Summary: This game is awesome, and I would give it 5 stars, but it's way too short. I beat it in under 2 hours, and that's including some side missions. However, there are a lot of extra missions aside from story mode that unlock cool music, art, and character models. If you care about racing people online, setting time trial records, and unlocking music in addition to the story, get this game; it will be worth it.