Sonic The Hedgehog User Reviews


If Sega's my Easel then Sonic's my Eraser

The good:

1. It has decent graphics
2. Music is good.
3. Sonic punching himself.
4. Unique block mode that i have not seen in a lot of puzzle games.

The bad:

1. Confusing control.
2. You open a game to get nothing. A book with a bit of text. It's boring. Not much went into here.
3. Every mode is the same pretty much.
4. I can barely recognize it as a sonic game because their is no Sonic until you score a combo in 2 player.


Ok we have tackled Sonic 1. Great let's go to Sonic 2!

Close but no.

Instead let's do Sonic Eraser! A game absolutely nobody will know about except me and a few other people.

Is it rare?


So how come nobody knows about it?

Because it never got a full on official release. The only way to play this game is via emulator, website or a complex way of transferring it to your Genesis/Mega Drive (If you can be bothered to). SEGA probably has forgotten it anyway and to be honest it's better not to. Anyways let me explain why it never got a full on release.


Ok so in 1991 we had the start of Soni...


Quick sugar high


You know, they say that first impressions are everything. If that was the case, then the first Sonic the Hedgehog game is both one of the greatest games as well as one of the greatest disappointments on the Sega Genesis. I know, I know, it sounds like I’m trying to do some history revisionism, but honestly, I don’t blame people for falling in love with Sonic back in the early and mid-90s! Between Sega’s aggressive marketing campaign for this cool and edgy platformer and the first set of levels showing off Sonic’s capabilities spectacularly, you knew you were in for one hell of a game. Serio...


A new Sonic under 8-bits!

The good:

1. It's different than the Genesis version.
2. Beautiful graphics.
3. Awesome soundtrack
4. I love the creativity in the level design.

The bad:

1. Choppy movement..
2. Bosses are unfair.
3. Game is way hard.
4. The frame rate can barely keep up.


What do you get if you take a really solid game that sold well and a system that you could literally take anywhere with you?

This game!

Note: May contain spoilers.

Lets dive into it shall we?

Ok so Sonic 1 was released in 1991 for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. It sold quite well and Sonic became SEGA's new company mascot. So what's next? A squeal? Not yet but instead how about a handheld version?

Ok so Nintendo had Gameboy and SEGA had their Game Gear. In terms of sales.....well....the same but the games on the system were quite unique.

Game Gear was sort of like a Rival to the Game Boy co...


The start of Sonic's Career as Sega's Mascot

The good:

1. Gameplay is very good. Sonic controls well for a 1991 game
2. Graphics are top notch
3. Soundtrack is awesome.
4. Game is not that hard. Good for beginners.

The bad:

1. Lacks a few controls that could make hitting enemies smoother.
2. No replayability value. Game takes about 1 hour and you’re pretty much done.
3. Special Stages look trippy as hell. You receive nothing more than a few extra bits of animation when you collect them all.
4. The Spike Bug and the occasional error. The main problem is the Spike Bug however. (See above)


It's the 25th Anniversary of the Blue Blur. So to celebrate I am going to review every single game from the franchise in order. The reviews will be specific and will cover most aspects of the game. That's it from me. Enjoy.

Around late 80’s/early 90’s Sega had Alex Kidd as their mascot. They thought this would sell well but people still preferred the SNES rather than the Genesis and thought Alex Kidd was garbage compared to Mario. So Sega got rid of him and announced there would be a new mascot for the company that will be successful and represent the company’s popularity.....except ...


Sega's Supersonic Savior


NOTE: This review is based off of what I played on Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection, so if there are any differences between it and the original Genesis version written and you're going "wait what that ain't true", well, now you know to watch for those instances.

A saviour comes from out the skies...
I'm not sure if I've made it clear over the years, so let me use this review to reiterate it - I love the Sonic The Hedgehog series. It was the first game I ever played on the Sega Genesis that made me want to beg my parents to buy me one, and even though I never got one, I had friends who had...


Great game; wrong time. Gotta hate that.


Wait, what's all this? Regression to 8-bit? No way!
Sonic The Hedgehog for the Sega Master System is what happens when Sega were desperate to get some Master System units moved. Due to the success of the Genesis game, they thought it'd be the same for their inferior console. Unfortunately, it was ignored for bigger and better games. So... could that just be the case, or is it due to bad performances? The short answer is that nobody gave a rat's ass about the Master System anymore, but the long answer is within the rest of the review.

Try, try again.
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