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.
Summary: This game has amazing visuals, of course you need a medium-good GPU to see everything as it should be, the gameplay is for kids over 10 years ( i am 23 ) and i found it really entertainment and sometimes a little bit frustating to play!
Summary: It's a very fun game with great graphics and oldschool/new Sonic gameplay. The only downside is that the port wasn't done very well. There are some glitches and bugs that keep this game from being perfect. It likes to freeze and sometimes Sonic likes to side-dash into a wall for eternity when a controller plugs in. Just google the fixes and you'll be fine.
Summary: For me, this feels like the first sonic in a long time that felt like they were trying to bring back what made the Genesis Sonic's great. Two different ways to play, 3d and 2d side scroller... love it. The Casino Night Zone DLC isn't really what I expected... it's ok, but doesn't seem to be anything like what you would expect from the earlier Sonic games. Overall, give it a shot if you just want some simple fun to pass the time!
Summary: Sonic Generations is a fun game that redeems the Sonic franchise of its status for putting out pitiful games of late. The game was designed to and succeeds in bringing back a sense of nostalgia with its classic gameplay. Each stage has 2 acts, where the first act lets you use classic Sonic in a 2-D environment and the second stage lets you use modern Sonic in a 3-D environment, but the ultimate goal is the same... to get to the end of the level.
Summary: The last time I played a Sonic game was Sonic Adventure 2 Battle for the Gamecube and that was released a long while ago. I've never been a huge Sonic fan, although growing up I did play Sonic 3 and Sonic & Knuckles quite a bit. As a result I haven't experienced a lot of the series more recent ups and downs. I'm not sure what it was that drew me to this game, whether it was the nostalgia of classic Sonic or just curiosity of how the series has developed over time.
Great game if you enjoyed Sonic 1 & 2 as a young lad !
Jihad Beydoun, Amazon
27 June 2012
Summary: Very nice game dont get your expectations too high though. there is no intricate story here. the graphics are great and it looks very good ! gameplay: its not perfect. but still very good.the nice thing is that you can switch between old sonic and new sonic and each one has his own move. I still dont have a Controller for this game but i'm planning on purchasing one to play it more.