Summary: sonic cd brings the great platforming gameplay of the genesis games. the title features multiply level paths and different versions of each level making the game very replayable. the only flaws i can think of are that the graphics can hurt my eyes at times and some levels are annoying to play like the water levels.
Summary: Sonic CD is a great new addition to the 2D Sonic games and undoes every damage that Sonic 3D blast and Spinball did to the series' credibility. Sonic CD brings back the traditional 2D style but brings a visually stunning enhancement and audio thanks to the power of the Sega CD at the time.
Summary: To start out my review, I need to go back in time, back to the 90's. AKA: The Glory Days. When I first had this game, it was on the PC for our old computer around '95-'97. I was thrilled to play this game and every moment was special. However, the game was lost, as well as many memories with it. Then came the year of 2005. In 2005 Sonic Gems Collection was released. When I got the game opening month, I was thrilled to play it.
Summary: In my opinion it's second best Sonic game in years. First place occupies Sonic Colors on Wii. Most of my impressions from the Sonic CD were the effect of nostalgia but there's nothing wrong about it. It's pure Sonic at it's best and it would be hard to write anything the average gamer wouldn't know.
Summary: Best sonic game ever. Period. There would be no contest if you pitted this up against Sonic 1. Not to mention that the remake has enough new features to keep you coming back for months to come.
Summary: One of the best platformer games ever. If you thought this game was a masterpiece before, this port will blow your mind. It has so many nice additions, such as Tails, HD filters, and the JP soundtrack is also available. If you like Sonic, this is a must buy.
Summary: One of the best Sonic games ported with the love and care it deserves. This port is absolutely fantastic, supporting full 16:9 widescreen, enhanced visual effects, tighter controls, TWO soundtracks and more. A Classic Sonic game that has finally been done justice for modern day consoles.
Summary: Awesome game. It stays true to the original, but it feels newer. Maybe it's the improved collision detection? The better graphics? Or is it the spindash? Maybe the faster Super Peel Out? Or maybe it's all of them. One of the best Sonic games ever made has been remade. I didn't think it was possible, but they made it even better.