Summary: I have not played any sonic games since, sega genisis. I watched some youtube video's on this game and thought it may be cool, so I gave it a try. Bad idea. The music sounds like some sort of relaxation styled island music. Sure, it's nice to listen to, if your not playing this game. It's weird to listen to that while speeding through the gameplay. More on that, the gameplay seems to be done so fast and even passive.
Summary: Alright, so when I got this game for the Wii I was a little disappointed with it. First of all the Wii version is very different from the PS3 or 360 versions, some of the levels are cut down to fit on the system, the graphics are toned down (which is to be expected), and worst of all the menu system is TERRIBLE! I got so bored sifting through endless menus just so I could play a two minute level.
Summary: Arrived quickly. Interesting game but is a bit complicated for me...I have never really enjoyed having to use the nunchuk AND controller before so the game is more challenging. In addition, since I dont regularly play I forget some of the combo's needed to complete the level and they offer no refresher (so far).
Pros: 3D graphics and fast pace made the game start out fun to play. It was also easy to get through the first few levels.
Cons: Confusing entry into each level. It asks what ring you want to use but doesn't say what they do. WII control required tilting forward and backward to slow down and speed up was not very responsive.
Summary: Literally only half of this game is good. The graphics are stuning and the day stages are pretty heart pumping. One HUGE problem, the night stages. The night stages lack any trace of a sonic game and are relitively annoying. With constant enemy encounters that just make you forget what you where doing, the night stages are the dreaded part of this game.