Reviews and Problems with Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
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10 November 2011
Summary: It took 16 years to get a true sequel but the wait was certainly worth it. Although admittedly short the game is easily worth the the Â£6.29 that I paid for it on PSN, the feeling of nostalgia is justifies that alone. The game feels fluid, in part thanks to the addition of the homing attack.
Summary: Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 is a great game. I'm glad that the game goes back to Sonic's roots. It plays almost like the classics and yes I said almost because the physics are a little different. Now different doesn't mean it's bad.
Summary: Ah nostalgia, always good to go back to the basics. The homing attack adds more utility to sonic himself. At times it can feel a little slow (starting off a run) and the last boss will spend a long time on my personal hatred wall but it all added to the fun. Best game since the adventure duo
Summary: For a game trying to throw it back to the Genesis days it fails to nail many of the things that made that game great. The clunky controls and physics fail to convince me I'm playing a Sonic game or a Mario game for that matter.
Summary: What's with all the hate for this game? I have replayed the Mega Drive classics many times over and Sonic 4 isn't much worse. Sure, maybe it's not quite as great, but it comes pretty damn close. I have no problem with the physics or the homing attack.
Summary: Well, Sega sure took its sweet time in listening, but finally, FINALLY, they did. Going back to Sonic's roots and delivering Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Sega looked at how the original games are considered classics in their own right and produced this gem.
Excerpt: Ravi de retrouver un vrai Sonic en 2d, je me suis vite précipité sur ce jeu.Au lancement du jeu rien à dire, tout est comme avant, le logo Sega avec Sonic, puis un écran titre digne des anciens ...