Hey everyone. I just wanted to say Happy New Year and hope 2018 is better than 2017.Read more >
I managed to beat Sonic Forces recently. Overall, I'd say the game is tolerable. It has its setbacks but so does Sonic Mania. After I beat the story, I decided to create some new avatars.
The story was tough at first, but through tons of trial and error, I've figured out which Wispon would be recommended in Avatar stages. Some of the stages are very hard to get S ranks on, especially near the end of the story. At some point in the future, I'll review it.
My finishing thoughts; Sonic Forces may not be the best 3-D platformer out there, especially considering there are much better 2-D and 3-D platformers you could occupy your time with, but I have to say it is fun.Read more >
Since it's been 25 years since Sonic the Hedgehog 2 came out in Japan, I decided to write this blog with a question; what is your favorite Sonic the Hedgehog game featuring Tails? (It can be any game; main series, spinoffs, etc.)Read more >
Hey everyone. I want to share my thoughts on Sonic Forces.
I got it for the Nintendo Switch, and right off the bat, I'd say it's a fun platformer. With Classic Sonic and Modern Sonic, it definitely feels like a spiritual successor to 2011's Generations even though it is a standalone title. The Avatar feature is also a clever addition; I chose the Wolf ability as my character, just to get a feel for it. Collecting Red Star Rings to unlock items for the Avatar is a nice reward system as well, and definitely adds a fair amount of replay value.
If you're wondering what I thought of people giving the game negative reviews, I think they're being too harsh on the game. It has its flaws, but so do other 3-D platformers out there. Personally, I…
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Hey everyone. I'd like to share some extra thoughts I had of Sonic Mania. At first glance, I'm glad the developers redesigned the stages and added new features to the game to keep everything fresh. Second, I've played the PS4 and Nintendo Switch versions of the game, and comparing the two side-by-side, I'd say the Switch version has much tighter controls than the PS4 version. The Blue Sphere bonus stages are more challenging than in Sonic 3 and Knuckles from back in the Sega Genesis days. The fact that the game runs at 60 frames per second and has cleaner graphics make it look like a Sega Genesis title as if it were made in the 21st century. Finally, to top it all off, the Special Stages are guaranteed to give even the best Sonic pla…Read more >