Summary: Both of my sons loves this game a lot. They loves playing it together as a team as well as taking turns. They switch off and seeing who wins more. My husband also plays with them too to see if he can win too.
Summary: If you remember when Sonic was actually a great to play back in the day than you like Sonic Colors. The graphics are very beautiful for the Wii system. I did not notice to much slow down when I was playing. This is good game to play. If you are a Sonic fan and like playing good games then get this game.
Summary: This game is really fun and it's one of the best sonic games out there so far next to generations. The only problem is that the game is short and you'll be finish with it before you know it. I only wished they made it longer.
Summary: Got this for my five year old and he picked it up pretty well (at least the beginning levels). I even enjoy playing it, though not being familiar with Sonic games, it is a different experience being so fast paced.
Summary: Hello, Sonic fans! I have been a Sonic fan since I was 5 and have loved the series since then. I reviewed the Nintendo DS version and now I need to review the Nintendo Wii version! Anyway. The gameplay is great! I have seen better from most Sonic games but don't get me wrong its still great! The music is some of the best I have heard "level-background-wise"(Terminal Velocity FTW!).
Summary: I brought this for my 6 year old daughter who is very into video games. We were able to play right away, but not get great scores. We went online and found out that you are not able to get to all of the rings until you have made it to higher levels, collect the right color wisps and then return to the lower levels. This game will keep us busy for quite a while since it has many levels.
The first wholly great console Sonic game in years
T. Hill "Relytia", Amazon
18 December 2011
Summary: If Sonic Unleashed provided a blueprint-like glimpse at how great Modern Sonic could be, and Sonic Generations was the truly finalized entry delivering on that promise, then Sonic Colors is in the middle, acting as the first prototype to employ the concept well. What that means in retrospect is that when you play this game, you're getting an experience much better overall than Unleashed's half-n-half dual quality, but not quite as refined and perfected as Sonic...