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6.8 out of 10

Sonic Gems Collection

This exciting new compilation disc includes the ever-popular Son Read more

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Overall 3
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Gameplay 4
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Graphics 5
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Sound 6
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Lastability 2
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Awful Sonic games!!

grady , GameStop
23 December 2011
  • Summary: I got this around the time the Gamecube was about to be discontinued, and im surprised to say that this was a terrible complication. To be honost the only game thats worth it is Sonic CD, every thing else is horrible. The games come from either the Game Gear, the Sega CD, the Saturn, and theirs even an arcade title. I never even heard of Tails Adventure, Sonic Fighter or even Sonic R; have you?!?!
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Gameplay 5
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Graphics 2
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Sound 4
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Lastability 1
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Sonic Rejects Collection

Tragedy1994 , GameStop
31 July 2011
  • Summary: Sonic Rejects collection, officially titled Sonic Gems Collection, is yet another compilation of classic sonic games, but this time the focus is on the more obscure games in the series long history. I'm a huge sonic fan and I haven't encountered very many sonic games that i didn't like (Shadow The Hedgehog isn't really a sonic game...) So at $13 this was a must-have! I've never been disappointed by a sonic game. until now that is.
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Overall 4
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Gameplay 5
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Graphics 5
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Sound 8
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Lastability 2
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A gem buried in a collection of abominations

StrawberryFox , GameStop
17 May 2011
  • Summary: The gem obviously referring to the rare Sonic CD, Sonic Gems Collection packs together probably the worst collection of Sonic games.
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Overall 4
4.0

Gotta Move Fast..... Away from this Nostalgia Package!

BaronSamedi3, epinions.com
2 October 2008
  • Summary: Sonic's dirtiest secrets want to eat your brain!
  • Pros: Sega finally made Sonic CD accessible.
  • Cons: Where's Chaotix? You can't erase the 32X, Sega!
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