Reviews and Problems with Sonic And The Secret Rings
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I don't know what it is about it, but this game's just not much fun
Catharine W., Amazon
9 July 2012
Summary: At times it just too difficult for me. But I am not a very big gamer. I just bought a wii 6 months ago and it came with mariokart; I played it everyday and made it through all the levels in 3 or 4 months. I intensely enjoyed it. But Sonic and the Secret Rings just doesn't seem to engage me very much. It's difficult to use the controller to make Sonic do what you're wanting him to do eg.
Summary: So, I didn't want to pay $50.00 for my first Wii game. So I opted for this game. At first it was confusing but after awhile I got the hang of it. It is a good game, but I need a better controller to play this game. Not good with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk. The price is decent, but $10.00 to $12.00 might have been better for this game. But, hey for $15.00 what do you expect? It's just a simple game and best for pre-teens or younger in my opinion. They may like it better.
Summary: I have been a long-time Sonic fan for years, ever since I started playing Sonic the Hedgehog 2 as a kid. You could probably imagine my disappointment when I heard how much of a train-wreck Sonic '06 was. Ever since then, I've witnessed the downfall of Sonic the Hedgehog. This is one of those games that really needs a redo. Pros: 1-The Secret Rings has great graphics-Sonic looks so realistic, you could probably imagine him popping out of your TV.
Summary: This is out of the blue for the Sonic games. To easy at first, and then the controls become stubborn! I would not recommend this if you are an experienced Sonic player. You will be dissapointed.
Summary: My how the mighty have fallen. What have they done to Sonic the Hedgehog? I bought this game under the impression that it would be a fun divergence from the traditional Sonic game. I was wrong. The basic concept is simple: Sonic moves forward on a pre-set course through each level. Holding the Wii-mote horizontally, you control his turning, jumping, and slowing down. Apparently, you can even go backwards.
Summary: Sonic games have been bad for a while. That said, the main problem they have had was always the controls so when I heard that there was a Sonic coming out for the Wii I was stoked. I thought that with the Wiimote they could easily capture the essence of what made Sonic fun on the Genesis. I was wrong. I played the game for multiple hours hoping that I would pick up the controls and the game would get better. It did not.