Pocket Gamer: Sonic CD Review

Pocket Gamer: Every musician or actor has a project in his repertoire that goes sadly unappreciated. With David Bowie it’s the brilliant Buddha of Suburbia, while the Coen brothers’ Hudsucker Proxy remains a oft-overlooked celluloid gem.

For Sega’s Sonic The Hedgehog, it’s Sonic CD. Released in 1993 when the spiky blue mascot was just hitting his stride, it gained plenty of critical acclaim but sold poorly, thanks largely to the fact that it was exclusive to Sega’s commercially stillborn Mega CD system.

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