Summary: I'm 13 and just got this as a gift yesterday. I played it but there is no point. I've already opened it and cannot return it. Others with kids from 7-10 may like it.All you do is hold down the button pointing to the right and Sonic races through the level.
Summary: This game is apparently all about speed. Sure, I'll give it that, but nothing else! Every time you die in this game it'll be because you didn't memorize the stage. You'll suddenly stumble into a platforming area from the usual hi-speed pointless loops with NO WARNING.
Summary: After reading all the other reviews, I expected a great game. I have to admit, the last Sonic game I played was the Genesis one. Maybe the franchise has gone other places, but I personally just didn't like playing this game.
Conclusion: The first rate graphics and the way both screens are used in play made me think this was going to be a classic, but in my opinion it fell well short.The reason is the frantic pace of the game. Never at any time did i feel in control ,in fact i felt i was being dragged along.
Summary: I was quite amazed at the number of high rated reviews left my people on Amazon. This game is good, but not good enough to warrant 4 or 5 stars. To put things in perspective for the gamers reading this who are old enough to remember Sonic 1,2 and 3on the Sega Megadrive/Master System Sonic Rush is...
Summary: Vuelve el Sonic de siempre pero esta vez a la plataforma de nintendo Ds. El juego se antoja bastante quemado, ya que prácticamente podremos pasarnos el juego saltando y dirigiéndonos hacia delante, no teniendo que hacer nada para avanzar. El estilo necesita un lavado de cara.
Pros: Buenos gráficos
Cons: Lineal a más no poder, juego quemado, aburrido