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A cash in with little value to those who aren't long time fans. 0

IntroductionLet me begin this review by saying I am a very big fan of the Sonic series. I have played just about every game in the main series from Sonic the Hedgehog all the way to this. I enjoyed the originals, both Adventure games, and even the infamous Sonic Unleashed quite a bit. Being a long time fan of this series, I saw Sonic Generations and I was instantly thrilled with the concept. A throwback to older games, as well as a revisit to new ones. What could go wrong?My hype for this game g...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Sega reaches for the stars. Comes back with the sun. 0

Sonic in 3D has always been a controversial subject. Sonic has had a slight dip in quality since going to the third dimension,  although 3D sonic games have been improving over time, gimmicks and side characters made fans either happy or disappointed. Sonic Colors is a sign that Sega is listening.  Sonic Colors story isn't too detailed, and I think I perfer it that way. The storys of games like Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) have provided serious drama, but this is far more cartoony and light hearted...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Dark Savior almost amazes me with its difficulty. 0

Dark Savior, for the Sega Saturn is an interesting game. Released in 1996, this game has an interesting graphical style. All the characters are 2D sprites, but in a 3D polygon environment. For the Saturn, the game looks good. The game also has a great soundtrack that sets the mood and fits the stages nicely.   The story is actually pretty interesting. You explore various parallel realitys which change based on actions done in the opening level. In all the different parallels, you learn more of G...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.