Reviews and Problems with Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
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Value for money 2
Sound quality 8
sonic 4 a blur from the past
21 June 2011
Excerpt: I went into this game with high hopes but the sloppy level design and the feel that luck more than skill gets you through firmly knocks aside the rose tinted specs. This is a good looking game with no frame stutter and the boss battles are sutably well thought out and bring out the old school gamer in us all.
Excerpt: Let’s be honest here, when it comes to the “new” 3D sonic games they don’t seem to have the same impact, that the older 2D classic sonic games had, that were released on the Sega megadrive. Time after time Sega announces a new sonic game, and with each they hype it up saying things such as: “This new sonic game will be the speediest sonic game ever!” and “This new sonic game will show that sonic can have the same impact in 3D as in his 2D adventures.
Pros: classic sonic gameplay, brillant well designed levels, retro sonic nods
Excerpt: A lot of companies are doing the “high definition reboot” thing these days, and SEGA has decided to give it a try with Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1. In Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1, our lovable friend Sonic has decided to head off on his own, leaving Knuckles and Miles “Tales” Prower in his own personal search for adventure. Dr.
Excerpt: pouah!!! je l'ai tester chez un pote et ben franchement je suis déçu il ne m'a pas ébloui comme les épisodes sur megadrive sonic ne ressemble déja plus à grand chose mais là c'est le coup de ...