Summary: I downloaded the game for my son to play, but found out afterwards that my computer doesn't have the right graphics card to play it. Hopefully, with an update or new computer, we'll be able to play it someday.
Summary: As a game, it's fun. But following what seems to be the pattern with Sonic The Hedgehog in general, the gameplay elements are the only thing that really stands out. Sega seems to think that adding a complex plot to a simple platformer is okay. The voice acting is embarrassing; they added a cast of all the major characters that only say one line, two if they're lucky. The cutscenes are childish, but well done.
Summary: Sonic Generations really is a great Sonic game. I haven't been able to say that since I was in elementary school. Sonic has been in the doldrums for almost two decades for who knows what reason. Sega has gone through some ups and downs but hopefully Sonic will even their keel. Get Sonic Generations for the wicked cool 3D levels and the nostalgic, wonderful 2D classics mixed in as well.
Summary: This is the Sonic game you've been waiting for. Suffers from the occasional time-breaking glitches, but for the most part runs smoother than silk. Not really a game for new comers who've never played a Sonic game, but tons of fun any way you slice it.
Summary: Sonic returned in a big way, he teamed up with original pot bellied Sonic to go through an adventure of time bending proportion, this game is fantastic for people who crave to feel nostalgia with an HD overhaul coat of paint. The controls are slick when you plug in the controller, and the graphics are phenomenal even when speed bursting.