Excerpt: Even though Sonic has made the way from SEGA, this loveable super fast hedgehog has had his ups and downs over the years, however he is still an integral part of the gaming franchise and is definitely in the top ten of famous video game characters.
Summary: Another game, another new Sonic character. This time it's our hero's alter-ego Sonic the ''Werehog,'' who (natch) only comes out at night. This split personality concept transfers to the game design, as the levels are divided up between the speedy, traditional Sonic levels and the platforming and...
Summary: " Sonic Unleashed " on the Nintendo Wii has an awful lot of good things about it, mainly how it looks and the way it flicks between a 2d and 3d environment. Sadly there are a few too many negative things about it such as the ‘werehog’ levels and at times the camera angles which sometimes make the...
Summary: Every new Sonic release carries a hope that Sega's blue hedgehog will be able to regain the form that made him a star in the early '90s. And most every venture into the third dimension has resulted in various degrees of failure.
Conclusion: Overall, Sonic Unleashed offers some fun and exciting sonic levels despite a few issues here and there that prevent them to truly shine, but it also features werehog that offers some decent platforming levels that definitely give some variety to the game but also weakens what sonic is all about.
Conclusion: Astounding day levels gives exactly what fans want. Highly fun and repeatable with various collectables and paths to take making the game last that bit longer. The addition of the Werehog, although it isn't really that bad, brings the Gameplay down a bit.
Pros: The Sonic levels, Some nice music, Lots of collectables, Graphics are quite nice
Cons: Werehog could be better, Another sidekick?, Pointless hub