(3DS)

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The ultimate celebration of 20 Years of Sonic gaming, Sonic Generations delivers the definitive gaming experience for Sonic fans new and old.

Sonic's universe is thrown into chaos when a mysterious new power comes into force, creating time holes' which take Sonic and his friends back in time. Whilst there, Sonic runs into some very familiar characters from his past including a younger version of himself! Now they must team up to defeat their enemies, save their friends, and find out who is behind this diabolical deed.

Twice the Fun
Play as both Classic Sonic and Modern Sonic in the ultimate Sonic experience. Master the moves of each character as they race through each environment on their own specially designed track.

The Best Bits Just Got Better
Iconic environments from gaming history come to life in beautiful HD for the ultimate Sonic adventure, each revisited, recreated and re-imagined with stunning results.

All New Experience
Play some of your gaming's most iconic environments in a whole new way with famous Sonic stages presented in stunning new stereoscopic 3D.

Unlock New Adventures
Once you complete each level and free' Sonic's captured friends, you'll get to go back and take on more challenges with them at your side.

Infamous Bosses and Rivals
Take on some of the most notorious characters from Sonic's past as you fight for ultimate supremacy.

Master Your Moves
Master Classic Sonics famous spin-dash attack and utilise Modern Sonic s Sonic Boost' as you complete the all new tracks.
Additional Key Features for 3DS

All New Content
With new and exclusive environments for the Nintendo 3DS, including an un-lockable special stage'. Each includes two tracks - one for Classic Sonic and one for Modern Sonic - designed to showcase each Sonics' unique features.

2 Player Versus mode
Take on your friends and earn valuable status points.

Street Pass
Collect new content and unlock bonus material, increasing variety, interaction and replayability.

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by James Newton

Spin cycle

A lot can change in 20 years. When the original Sonic the Hedgehog launched on 23rd June 1991 we didn't even have the Super NES in the West, and the thought that Nintendo and SEGA would one day work together was less than laughable. Yet here we are, two...

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User Comments (42)

Tigus

#7

Tigus said:

Ok now where talking _
This is going to be a very good comeback for the dude in blue with the red shoes. This will be the first game I have ever preordered and I cant flipen wait!

MasterBlue

#22

MasterBlue said:

I wish this game was getting the recognition that Super Mario 3D Land was getting (I mean c'mon that game looks like it will own like a ) but I was expecting more from this game. Still looks like it will be good with the 3D Special Stages.

TheN64Dude

#23

TheN64Dude said:

I think the 3DS version is so much better because:

-Better level selection such as Emerald Coast, Mushroom Hill, and Tropical Resort
-Better Bosses
-It's portable
-It just plain looks funner

Rikublade95

#24

Rikublade95 said:

I wish they make the 3ds one like the ps3 and xbox 360. The modern sonic is played almost like the classic sonic. I wonder how online play will be.
Go Sonic!

TheN64Dude

#29

TheN64Dude said:

Emerald Coast, Radical Highway, Mushroom Hill, Emerald coast, Tropical Resort, Casino Night, Emerald Coast, Windmill Isle, EMERALD COAST! THIS VERSION IS SOOOOOO MUCH BETTER!!!!

TheN64Dude

#30

TheN64Dude said:

Here's why it's better: The console version was ALL WRONG! They had a horrible selection of stages, no extra features, the gameplay was not very good, and it was a horrible way to celebrate Sonic's 20th Anniversary. The 3DS version has stages that are more memorable, fun, and Favorited, Online Multiplayer, Pick up and play gaming, and well, It's just too awesome to explain.

James

#32

James said:

@PlatinumGamerX I'm actually really enjoying the HD version; most of the stage choices are spot on for me, plus I love unlocking the artwork and sound. Can't wait to play this one though as I hear it's actually a lot better.

Lyndexer

#38

Lyndexer said:

I got all S's on the story mode, has anyone else here have too?
((and I have 9999 points online.))

Smokey73401

#39

Smokey73401 said:

This game is awesome! However, Sega should re-release Sonic 1-3 with the same graphics as Generations!

Smokey73401

#40

Smokey73401 said:

This game is awesome! However, Sega should re-release Sonic 1-3 with the same graphics as Generations!

Poketendo

#42

Poketendo said:

I rented it. And I think that's all this game is worth. Just a rent. Don't get me wrong, I still think the game is fun, but I just think it isn't worth the €25, when you can get it for a week for €0,75 (Dutch library logic)

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