Sonic Mega Collection Plus User Reviews


Like A Fine Wine, Sonic Gets Better With Age

The good:

- Fantastic simplicity
- All the classic Sonic titles
- Added Game Gear titles for diversity
- Unlockable movies, comics and images
- Lots to unlock with hidden extra games
- Flawless graphics
- Some of the best, if not THE best, 2D platforming available
- Puts some modern games to shame

The bad:

- Key titles like "Knuckles Chaotix" missing from the mix
- Ridiculous ways of unlocking hidden extra games
- Repetition: "Sonic the Hedgehog" on the Mega Drive and Game Gear... why?
- "Sonic Heroes" memory card save needed to unlock everything


Without a doubt, Sonic the Hedgehog is one of the most iconic figures in computer and videogame history. Regardless if you were a "Nintendo Kid" or "Sega Boy" during the early 1990s, the blue spikey rodent's adventures were, and still are, groundbreaking games to play. In the playground, it wasn't the question of "Have you played the new Sonic game yet?", more like "Have you completed the new Sonic game yet?".

Sega, now struggling against giants like EA Games, might now be resigned to the odd key title on the new market every now and then, but this collection proves that they were once, and ...


This is not an emulator, this is the real game!


Sonic Team has done it again, this time it's for real! After GC's Mega Collection came out many asked why was this history collection given only to GameCubes fans? Sega answered by releasing an updated Mega Collection with many extras for PS2 and Xbox fans. Sonic old skool 2D games are here with a perfect emulation.

As you can see those are the same games that came out 10 years ago on Sega systems so the graphics didn't change at all. But hay, it's a good thing because there is no need to change them at all because they are great, clear, detailed, and fun to look at. Great 2D grap...

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