Sonic the Hedgehog 4: The Lost Labyrinth

IGN: Everything SEGA has revealed about Sonic the Hedgehog 4 makes the game look like a flashy remake of the original Sonic more than some totally new and original game. That's because the focus has been on the first Act, the Green Hill Zone. And that, as far as I can tell, is being made to have that familiar look and feel of the original. The second act takes place again in familiar territory, the Lost Labyrinth (previously just Labyrinth Zone), but it's quite a different experience and shows that Sonic 4 is going to do some new things.

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Cots13023d ago

I've always hated the water parts of the sonic games

Jls13023d ago

lol at sonic holding torch

pcz3023d ago

that mine cart stage with the 'rolling camera' was the most horrendous thing i have EVER seen. it was beyond hilarious, it was tragic!

sega just need to pretend this game never happened and never speak of it again.

SoapShoes3023d ago (Edited 3023d ago )

Someone call the wambulance! One small section of a level is enough to make you hate a game? Well just in case you don't remember, the originals had some really similar pointless things. I guess nostalgia blinds your judgement on those games though, huh?

How about those screws on Metropolis Zone where you just run on them and they spin up or down? Or those weird little sequences in Death Egg Zone where you just fly around in circles inside those yellow round rings?

On the subject of Lost Labyrinth, this is actually looking good! It's like a mix of Labyrinth Zone and Sandopolis Zone with something new involved. I do hate the water levels in Sonic games though, haha.