This port of Sonic Generations was okay at best. The things I didn't like about this port is the game is very short that you can finish the game in about five sittings. The good things about this port is the graphics and the music (although most are remixed themes of past sonic games) and the controls are great. Although I recommend the console port a lot more but for die hard sonic fans will enjoy this one two and I conclude by giving this game a 7 out of 10
posted by Izzy_Duzit (MIAMI SPRINGS, FL) Mar 4, 2013
Member since Sep 2012
Those who have played the classic Sonic games in the 90s will have a bit of a trip down memory lane playing this one. The core gameplay is virtually the same (i.e. zones each w/2 acts, bonus stages, and boss battles). New additions include: unlockable missions, time attack mode, boss races, new moves, and alternating playable characters (specifically original Sonic and future Sonic). The graphics are pretty good and the game utilizes the 3DS features fairly well. The game is rather short but the ranking system for each completed stage and unlockable side missions somewhat compensates for it by adding some replay value. Overall, the game is solid rental and pretty enjoyable for Sonic fans.
posted by budwheizzah (mont royal, QC) Jan 15, 2013
Member since Jan 2013
So I was one of those kids that had the NES and the Super Nintendo, but I never owned a SEGA system, which resulted in me never playing anything in the Sonic franchise.
Well, for a guy like me this is a pretty good buy! First off I was sort of baffled at reviews calling this game easy - as if the reviewers had not gone very far into the game themselves to find out it does carry the classic Sonic difficulty. I finally tried the original games on an emulator and this one pretty much follows the trend... a hard and pleasantly frustrating game that calls upon your gamer reflexes and focus.