Summary: Honestly, I would have enjoyed the game more if the music wasn't so annoying. I know you can turn the volume down, but a big part of Sonic games has always been the great music. It is a very important part in setting the atmosphere of the levels.
Summary: This game is called Sonic Rush and I believe for good reason! He is flying all over the place and that is not what I'm used to when playing Sonic. To me, you have too much rushing and it just ruined the game play.
Summary: Looked like a fun game. Bought it as a Christmas gift for my 10-year-old -- he was disappointed in it. He doesn't like the game and finds it hard to play on the small Nintendo DS system. Of course, games cannot be returned once they're opened, so I feel that I wasted $15.
Summary: For every good Sonic game that comes out now, there's about 4 or 5 bad ones. Sonic Rush is one of the good ones, although it has its shortcomings. The basic gameplay is classic Sonic: extremely fast side-scrolling in a 2D environment. The level designs are creative and very colorful.
Summary: This Nintendo DS version from the Sonic series great. It came as part of a DS package, and my 8-year old son seems to like playing it. This game supports DS to DS, single cartridge wireless play, but does not support wireless wireless multiplayer (online) play.
A new direction for Sonic 2D, some will like it, some won't...
D. A Flory, Amazon
18 December 2007
Summary: I am a fan of 2D Sonic, and also like the 3D offerings. I had high hopes for this game, and I was surprised to find that I just didn't enjoy it. After finishing a few acts I just don't have any desire to go back to it.
Summary: I bought this game about 6 months ago, and i played it for a week maybe. When I bought this game I was expecting the Sonic games for PS2 and NGC but it wasn't. I don't like how it's all timed. The first couple levels are fun though. The price is excellent for this game, only $20!