Sonic CD

released on Sep 23, 1993

Sonic travels to the distant shores of Never Lake for the once-a-year appearance of Little Planet - a mysterious world where past, present, and future collide through the power of the Time Stones that lie hidden within it.

Sonic arrives only to find the once beautiful world imprisoned beneath a twisted metallic shell. His arch-nemesis, Dr. Eggman, has come for the Time Stones and with them, will soon have the power to control time itself!

In order to put an end to Dr. Eggman’s nefarious schemes, Sonic must use the power of Little Planet to travel through time; breaking Dr. Eggman’s hold over the future by destroying his machines in the past and recovering the missing Time Stones!


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Um jogo bem diferente de Sonic, gosto da cinemática meio anime, mas o problema é que as fases são muito confusas e bem colorida. Mas as osts tanto da versão japonesa quanto da americana são maravilhosas.

Gosh, there's over 250 reviews for this one and 4000+ plays! Wowzers!
I was a Sega baby with a Sega CD and until I started this a few days ago had never played a single second of Sonic CD! It's fun!
I really like how it seems WAY more like Sonic 1 than any of the others, which is really neat from a like, time capsule perspective.
I'll absolutely cop to something though: I don't really know what I was supposed to be doing. I got all of the Time Stones more or less as early as I was able to, and the rest of the time I just kinda wandered through the levels like Forrest Gump. I never understood what I was supposed to be doing.
I oftentimes randomly ended up teleporting into the past or future, which seemed to be based on how fast I was going; I understood that. I didn't quite understand why I wanted to be doing that? Or not wanting to?
I don't really care though; I had a blast regardless. I love the way it sounds and I loved the cool enemies and the cute flowers and the anime cutscenes and the cool Robotnik designs.
This was a lovely time!

I love sonic but this game i despise the opening cinematic is the only good thing about it

Nineteenth GOTW finished for 2022. Felt like yet another Sonic game. The Past and Present changes were neat, and the music was a banger, but still felt like I'd mostly played this one before as the formula didn't change much. Looks great on Sega CD!

It's generally pretty cool in some casesy has a pretty satisfying ending and a banger soundtrack, but the level design can be genuinely fucking awful at times and fuck with your progress and even though I didn't have a headache or seizure I can only assume this can affect other people.