Reviews and Problems with Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
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Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 1
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Sonic the Hedgehog is one of those franchises I enjoy playing. I remember playing Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 1 at E3 one year recently. I was very impressed with it. I have finally gotten around to purchasing it, and playing it. So my final step is to review it.
Conclusion: That gripe aside, Sonic 4 is very much a return to form for the series. After so many years of watching poor Sonic put through the wringer time and again, it’s nice to finally see him back in two dimensions.
Conclusion: Sonic the Hedgehog 4: episode 1 shows signs that Sonic could indeed be on his way back to the top. In order to keep this pace however, episode 2 needs to be cheaper and have more original ideas in it. Let's hope this series continues to accelerate without running into any speed-bumps.
Excerpt: The year was 1994, Mariah Carey had the number one hit single in ‘Without You’, ‘The Lion King’ left movie-goers amazed, Tonya Harding was caught out clubbing (literally) and Sonic fans enjoyed two of the blue blur's finest adventures in Sonic The Hedgehog 3 and its expansion/sequel Sonic &...
Excerpt: It's never to late to make a proper sequel to Sonic The Hedgehog 3, at least, that's what Sega says. The hedgehog's latest outing is an episodic one, and Sega gave us a short glimpse into what they have in store for the zippy little rodent with Sonic 4.
Summary: Retour aux sources gagnant pour Sonic même si le jeu manque vraiment d’innovations : graphismes colorés mais gamedesign trop similaire aux jeux Megadrive, boss plus vicelards mais dont le principe d’affrontement reste le même, gameplay amélioré mais peut-être pas assez… Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode...
Pros: Sonic en 2D, Gameplay intuitif, Musiques agréables et bruitages cultes
Cons: Manque d’innovations, Durée de vie trop faible, Pas de multi
Summary: Während für manche Serien der Sprung in die dritte Dimension viele neue Möglichkeiten bescherte, wurde einigen Marken das Genick gebrochen. In den vergangenen zehn Jahren durchlebte unser Lieblingsigel Sonic beides.