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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 730d ago | review

TouchGen: Sonic Dash review

TouchGen: Usually games using an aspect from the original aren’t that good. At times it is only the character, and game world that have migrated to a new game. Examples of this are the half dozen PacMan games scattered across the App Store. Sega did something similar with Sonic Jump where Sonic more or less went Doodle Jump on us. When Sonic Dash emerged I guessed we were in for another instance where you only got a hint of the greatness of the original. I was wrong, and have had to reassess how a game franchise might work from now on. (iPad, iPhone, Sonic Dash) 4/5

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