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Submitted by NSG 1100d ago | review

Sonic Generations Review - Meodia

Sonic is a hedgehog of many reboots, and he’s been struggling to find his place in the current generation of consoles since his critically-panned debut on the 360 and PS3 back in 2006. The obvious question surrounding this latest entry in the Sonic franchise is: has the blue blur finally carved his niche back into the gaming world after what some consider an extended vacation from greatness? (PS3, Sonic Generations, Xbox 360) 8/10

DrunkDan  +   1099d ago
Nice review - definitely made some good points there, and having played the demo I'm pleased to get a little more info.
Jallen  +   1099d ago
I've just ordered this game. This review kinda sums up what I expected from this game in the first place.
Jantrit  +   1096d ago
I've been playing the original sonic recently and thinking to myself "when will they actually make a decent new one". I guess this answers the question :)

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