Sonic Colours, that’s colours with a U by the way, is another step in the right direction. It took the best part of Sonic Unleashed (also with a U), that’s the incredibly fast and enjoyable day stages for those of you who aren’t keeping up (pun intended), and made a whole game of it. But don’t think Sonic Colours hasn’t brought anything new to the table.
Due to the fact that I have reactions as quick as an unconscious sloth, I’ve only just realised that the release of the Sonic 4 Episode 2 Teaser Trailer, is a good excuse- I mean reason, for me to upload another review that’s just sitting around on my computer. So here’s my review for the first Episode of Sonic 4. Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 1!
Sonic CD has arrived on Xbox Live Arcade, so I thought this was the best time to plug in the PS2 and relive Sonic’s glory days, by playing Sonic CD through Sonic Gems Collection. Sonic CD is often said to be one of Sonic’s greatest games ever. However, I would have to disagree.
Right, so, hello. My first review. Well let’s get straight into it, shall we?
As soon as I first played Sonic Unleashed in 2008, it became the best game I’d ever played. And it managed to hold that spot for almost 3 years. But then came Sonic Generations. It kicked Unleashed off it’s throne, and it’s gonna take a damn good game to take it from Generations. On a side note, Unleashed still holds the title as best Wii game I’ve ever played, and considering the Wii is my favourite console, not a bad title.
So what’s so good about Generations? Allow me to demonstrate. Classic Sonic is running through Green Hill, on his way to kick Robotnik’s arse, when he’s sucked up by a creature known as the Time Eater. Meanwhile, 20 years in the future, Sonic is enjoying his birthday with his friends, when the same thing happens to them. Sonic ends up in a white void, with numerous places from his past, and most importantly, himself from the past. He must team up with his past self, to stop the Time Eater, and save the world, and his friends. Continue reading →