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Sonic Generations- PS3

Sonic Generations- PS3
alaScore 87

26 reviews

Oct, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 26 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the value for money and action are on the whole positive, but there are mixed opinions on the gameplay and story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Sonic Generations- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Sonic Generations (PlayStation 3)

 

Sonic and his furry posse haven't had the best run in recent years, but the ailing hedgehog finally returns in good form for his latest outing. Sifting out most of the cruddy elements from recent games that soured longtime fans and pushed some folks...

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Sonic Generations Playtest: Fanservice with Substance

 

There are cute references to previous Sonic games in there that put a smile on my face. For instance, Classic Dr. Robotnik / Dr. Eggman has no idea who Sonic's new friends are.

While it’s certainly not perfect (I still have no idea what the hell I was doing when I fought the last boss, but somehow earned an S-rank when I beat him), Sonic Generations plays off of nostalgia while encouraging the nostalgics to look forward.

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Sonic Generations - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Sonic Generations is a huge helping of fan service, plain and simple. With two Sonics and 20 years' worth of history to speed through, Generations somehow manages to distill the blue blur's history into nine zones, recounting a handful of titles from...

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Sonic Generations Review

 

Sonic Generations proves that two Sonics are way better than one.

Blends old and new Sonic elements very well ; Dazzling stage designs ; Lots of unlockables ; High-speed action

Switching between Sonics can be confusing

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Sonic Generations Review

 

I have a very love-hate relationship with Sonic The Hedgehog. I desperately want to like his recent games but they far too often give me feelings of extreme pain and anger. It's therefore fitting that Sonic Generations, as a celebration of 20 years of...

Laying out the a long-deserved smackdown on both Shadow and Silver. Eat road you spiky sods.

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Sonic Generations – PS3 Review

 

Sonic Generations – PS3 ReviewPosted on November 8, 2011 | 1 CommentSonic speeds us back to the future.

Good to see Sonic continuing his recent improved form after the very good Sonic Colours and the brilliant daytime levels from Sonic Unleashed. It's a shame that the fantastic daytime levels seem to have been forgotten amidst all the hate for that...

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Sonic Generations

 

Past and present collide this season as Sonic comes face to face with the very past that rightfully earned him a place in gaming history. Whatever you might think of his recent outings, there's no denying that the hedgehog has had something of a rough...

Even with a few truly awful missteps, Sonic has been reclaiming his glory one ring at a time and he’s taken yet one more red-booted step in the right direction with Generations. Camera issues and the trial-and-error nature of the gameplay won’t appeal...

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Sonic Generations PS3 Review

 

Sonic the Hedgehog has reached his milestone 20th year, though during that period he's hardly been in the most consistent of series', with Sonic Adventure for instance introducing some fresh playable characters, often taking away the focus from Sonic...

Sonic Generations is largely a successful celebration of SEGA’s most famous series, and devotees that have stuck with the series from the very beginning will find it pleasantly nostalgic and perhaps also a bit heartbreaking on occassion. It looks to...

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Sonic Generations

 

Sonic Generations proves that two Sonics are way better than one.

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Sonic Generations (2011)

 

While the move to 3D was the best thing that ever happened to Mario, developer Sonic Team has consistently failed to reimagine the lickety-split action of his fiercest rival in three dimensions. But with Sonic Generations, the blue blur has finally...

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