It’s been just over 20 years since our second and last Sonic Adventure title hit North American stores. Sonic Adventure 2: Battle is one of the few 3D titles most fans of the blue blur tend to remember fondly. The nostalgic Sonic Generations and Sonic Mania might also come to mind. It also introduced everyone’s favorite edgy counterpart Shadow the Hedgehog.
Since its release, Sonic’s core gameplay and design have gone relatively untouched (outside of the critically reviled Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric). The world constantly shifts around this character as he makes new friends and enemies. It’s an odd series that makes huge leaps in one department while falling flat on its face in another with every release.
Sonic Unleashed, largely considered a joke due to the Werehog with Mr. Fantastic powers, made significant improvements to the character animations during both gameplay and cutscenes. Sonic Colors is…
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