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Submitted by Zackeryc 369d ago | review

Sonic Jump Fever Review

Remember 1992, the peak of the Sega/Nintendo console war? Sega had just crawled out the pit of obscurity to take on the giant that was Nintendo, and a certain blue hedgehog named Sonic was blazing the path, charging straight for the neck of Mario and his vice grip on the gaming market. I have fond memories of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the Sega Genesis. It had such memorable sounds, cool characters and such a great sense of speed. Fast forward to 2014, and I’m playing Sonic Jump Fever – an energy based, Doodle Jump clone littered with in-app purchases. (Android, Arcade, Casual games, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Sonic the Hedgehog) 2/5

Jiiiiiiin  +   368d ago
Gg
urbandfragilies  +   368d ago
about to give it a shot but after reading the review, man I'm not really excited now

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