Sonic Generations

released on Nov 01, 2011

Celebrate 20 years of Sonic in an all new adventure that delivers a definitive experience to Sonic fans new and old!

The Japanese version has different subtitles: White Time and Space for the home consoles, and Blue Adventures for the 3DS version. All versions of this game can be played in 3D, but a 3DTV as well as a pair of 3D glasses are required for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, being the first game of the franchise to be played in 3D. It uses stereoscopic 3D with the involvement of a pair of screens in one.


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Jogo Sensacional, Level design maravilhoso, Gráficos muito bons, trouxe o sonic clássico de uma maneira funcional, sofre um pouco com uma história muito simples e meio meh e também por ser uma experiência muito curta

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this game has always been my favourite sonic game of all time!! i love everything about it!! it's the sonic game i've played the most and don't plan on stopping any time soon :)

You guys remember when Classic Sonic showing up was a really big deal and everyone thought it was awesome? Yeah, me too. I miss those days.
Although Generations lacks some of the sauce of other 3D Sonic games such as Adventure 2 or Unleashed, it more than makes up for it by being insanely fun to speed through, and consistently so too.
Generations won't serve as my go-to when I need a Classic Sonic fix anytime soon, but that's not to say there isn't fun to be found in his gameplay anyway. Although he's much heavier than in the Genesis games, I feel the level design is, more often than not, designed around his physics pretty well. It's also mitigated by the insanely broken spindash, which when timed right with a jump (and a position where you won't dive headfirst into a bottomless pit), can send you FLYING across the stage, so much fun to pull off.
What really keeps me coming back for more, though, is Modern Sonic. Once you get used to how he controls, it becomes so much fun mastering each of his levels and optimizing them to the best of your ability. His heavier feel is also a fine fit for Generations' stages, although some sections in stages such as Sky Sanctuary and City Escape feel like a bit of a hassle to get through.
Sonic Generations is short, but it is very sweet and incredibly replayable, especially with the dedicated modding community behind it. It's nearly been 11 years since the game came out as I'm writing this and the only game released in that time that surpasses it wasn't even made by Sonic Team. Marvelous.
"Hey, Sonic! Enjoy your future; it's gonna be great!" - Sonic the Massive Fucking Liar