Posts Tagged ‘Sonic’
The Sonic the Hedgehog series launched in 1991 and delivered a platformer that featured a then-revolutionary usage of momentum and physics to create dazzling speedy gameplay. With Sonic Boom causing chaos among critics, it’s time to remind ourselves why the series has endured for over twenty years, and what made it good in the first […]
With Sonic Boom on course to be another disappointment, let's look at the Sonic series and its inability to do speed properly.
The age of a game should not change the consensus on it. Read on to find out why.
With the Star Wars having its Expanded Universe declared non-canon, let's look at 5 game series who need to have some of their entries struck from the record.
I look into my crystal Smash Ball and predict what characters are left to be announced for Smash 4.
We live in an unstable time. A time where jumping puzzles, ridiculous collectables and ice worlds are becoming extinct.
It's not all 'hold right to win' in SEGA's keynote platformers. Find out which Sonic moments had gamers tearing out every hair from their beautiful heads here.
Kickstarter success Freedom Planet reveals it is almost ready to enter the beta phase.
The man behind some of the most iconic game cover art, Greg Martin, has passed away
SEGA's endless runner starring the blue blur finally makes it onto Google's Android OS