Excerpt: The Sonic the Hedgehog series has lost its way a bit in the decades since its start on the Sega Genesis. The blazing, split-second decision-making of the original 2-D adventures gave way to unnecessary RPG elements and slow, hard-to-control gameplay in the more recent 3-D incarnations.
Excerpt: Sonic the Hedgehog, standard bearer of Japanese game publisher/developer SEGA, has his white-gloved fingers dipped in all sorts of pies nowadays. From roughing it up in Super Smash Brothers Brawl to taking to the track in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, the blue-haired speedster certainly puts...
Conclusion: Apart from these few grips we are happy to see the rest of the game exhibit a slightly improved experience from the last DS Sonic game. As we said at the top of the review, that in itself was a sleeper hit, so another chance to enjoy Sonic Team's return to form cannot be sneezed at.
Summary: Sonic Rush Adventure seamlessly utilize both screens of the Nintendo DS to navigate the high seas in search of pirate treasure, delivering Sonic's classic high-speed 2D gameplay in the ultimate Sonic handheld experience.
Excerpt: The original Sonic Rush Sonic The
story starts out simply enough. One day, Tails’ radar picks up a
strange energy signature, so he and Sonic take to the skies in their
biplane, the Tornado, and decide to investigate.
Excerpt: Sonic Rush Adventure is the follow-up to the 2005 Nintendo DS title Sonic Rush. Sonic Rush brought the Sonic Advance series to Nintendo's dual screen handheld and gave the platform a much better Sonic experience than any of the "big screen consoles.