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Sonic Generations- Xbox 360

Sonic Generations- Xbox 360
alaScore 84

16 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews of Sonic Generations- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. People really like the action and gameplay. The design and price also get good views. Many are critical about the multi player mode.

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multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Sonic Generations- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Daniel "monk" Pelfrey (

Sonic Generations


Sonic Generations is a blatant attempt to gain back some of the "classic" Sonic feel from past games. This is done by actually having the story involve two Sonics, the current incarnation and the one from the Genesis era. The levels are from many...

Fast ; Points to what is hopefully the direction Sonic will be going in the future ; Plenty of replay value

No co-op ; Switching between the two different Sonics can be confusing

I had some high hopes for Sonic Generations, and for the most part the game delivered. It’s not perfect, as some of the mini-game sub-missions tend to get annoying and the last level and final boss seem to take a left turn when the momentum of the game...

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Kris (

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.

Dec, 2011

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Sonic Generations


SEGA has finally released a Sonic title that refreshingly reinvents the qualities that made the original Sonic great. Old-school Sonic fans will love the updated feeling of speed from our super fast hero. Sonic has never felt so swift before. Two...

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Nathan Meunier (

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

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : JamieTD (

Sonic Generations- Xbox 360


With some fun mechanics, the excellently translated levels, and the fact that there are 122 of them, all of this put together makes for a game well worth the money. On Steam, it's £20 (about $30 dollars), and is stupidly good value for money for fans...

Expert review by : Ewan Aiton (

Sonic Generations


Sonic has been though some tough times of late. A string of average games have been propped up by a fairly lucrative partnership with is old arch-enemy from the other side of the console divide, Mario in a succession of Olympics-themed ventures.

Sonic still has a long way to run to bring the kind of revolutionary adventure that will restore parity between him and his moustachioed Italian counterpart but Sonic Generations provides his fans with a respectful and nostalgic nod to the past and a...

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Andy Daniel (

Sonic Generations


Last year SEGA gave us Sonic the Hedgehog in his original form with Sonic 4: Episode 1. Instead of taking this game further, Sonic Team are celebrating 20 years of the spiky blue hedgehog with Sonic Generations.

A faithful celebration of the franchise which pushes the boundaries in side-scrolling and open space Sonic. Looks beautiful, sounds beautiful, and plays really well. Sonic is on his way back, slowly but surely.

Nov, 2011