Game Profile

Sonic Unleashed is built on a powerful new “Hedgehog Engine”, which introduces seamless 3D to classic 2D camera transitions, whilst delivering a rich and expansive world with multiple paths to choose from. Under development for three years, the Hedgehog Engine produces a visually rich next generation look and feel with elements of classic Sonic gameplay mechanics. The Hedgehog engine will help re-define the gameplay experience for Sonic fans and newcomers to the franchise alike.

Having been broken apart by the evil Dr Eggman, it’s down to Sonic to put the pieces of the world back together again by retrieving the power of the chaos emeralds. In doing so, Sonic will find himself in a race against time and faced with an unusual situation that will challenge him in ways never before seen. By completing a wide variety of action-packed stages, spanning the seven broken continents of the world, gamers will need to unleash Sonic’s amazing abilities to save the world, and himself!

The opportunity to engage in Sonic in different ways during the day and night time levels brings a completely original way of playing to the Sonic franchise, in addition to running at high speeds in classic Sonic style, combat fighting will become possible. Super quick Sonic’s speed skills will be highlighted by four new modes, whilst the all new combat, movement and functional abilities will offer depth and variety to the game. As the sun sets in Sonic Unleashed, a different type of adventure will awaken in Sonic’s newest quest….

Game Review


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Posted by Anthony Dickens

SEGA couldn't keep him on the leash any longer...

Better late than never - this review - not Sonic Unleashed. Sonic Team offered us the latest Sonic adventure just before Christmas, we'd like to tell you we've been so busy playing it since then that we're only just getting round to the review, but that's...

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SEGA blast us with a new trailer for the upcoming "Sonic Unleashed", this one showing far more detail of the "Warehog" sections of the game.

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User Comments (9)



James said:

I find the best way to look at this cover is with your right eye firmly shut.



pixelman said:

I'm sorry to say I bought this game. Yup, I threw away 50 smackers on this piece of rubbish. The day levels were mostly fun, though they got a bit monotonous later on. However, they're a good start for a full game.

But the werehog levels... just, wow. Horrible controls, bad level design, and just outright boring. And that's 75% of the game. Sonic Team seems bent on butchering the poor ol 'hog.

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