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Submitted by kevco33 1672d ago | review

In-depth Review: Sonic Colours - Electronic Theatre

On Wii, Sonic Colours is effectively a combination of traditional 2D gameplay and the short-lived pseudo-3D of the likes of Crash Bandicoot and other early PlayStation Platform games. Rather then simply holding forward and timing jumps as with many of the previous Wii releases in the franchise, Sonic Colours features some well designed, traditional 2D Platform challenges which are complimented by the 2.5D segments previously experimented with in the of the likes of Sonic and the Secret Rings. Building some minor physics laws into the familiar gameplay allows Sonic Colours to become more than the simple series of dashing and lock-on attacks that the many Sonic games on the current-generation have been until now, with the Platform action far more satisfying than many of it’s competitors on Wii. (Sonic Colours, Wii) 82/100

Sneak-Out  +   1672d ago
Cool Game

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