Mark finds Sega's latest to be a creatively bankrupt cultural artefact, but still pretty fun all the same.
Anyone else just hate the music in this title? Or is it just me?
I absolutely hate the music, especially the boss music. They all sound the same, they all sound like they're played with 1 instrument compressed into a midi file. It's a travesty compared to the thumping soundtracks of the classic titles. Luckily you can play music from your hard drive in the game, so just play it with some old skool sonic tunes
This whole game was a pure disappointment I don't like the music and am I the only one that feels this game isn't that fast? Seems really slow and sonic just doesn't control right at all
agreed, game is really slow and the controls are bad. It feels sluggish and wrong.
Actually I enjoy it a lot.. Great game imo.
LUCKILY, this game utilizes the PS3's custom soundtrack feature with sound effects still audible. But even then, this game gives me a migraine. >.<
Maybe with the first game out of the way, the next one will be a little more creative and risky. We can hope.
I hope so too
I've never rated the Sonic games. I think the only good mechanic was the speed-sections as a reward for the player.
this is too horrible, you need to fight the gameplay soo much that you don't even give much attention to what is going on...
Idk I think the game isn't horrible. It's a hell of a lot better than the glut of crap sonic games we've had. Adventure 2 is the last one I liked.
I like that term
I just downloaded it and I thought it was a step up to right direction. I'm an old school gamer that liked games from the 16-bit to 32-bit era(SNES, Genesis, PS1 etc......)so this sonic brings the old with a little of the new. The game is good but I do find it a little short.
i personally dont like the game.. but for some people apparently they can go crazy fast in it cos on the leader boards there people with 39 second finishes.
I thought this is suppose to be a progress from Sonic 3 & Knuckles, not an imitation of Sonic 1 & 2 in HD.
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