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Sonic Generations

Sonic Generations
ConsoleNintendo 3DS

Description :

Sega’s Sonic The Hedgehog is a character just like Nintendo’s Mario; both are iconic characters of that game maker. Sonic The Hedgehog is the character used by Sega as a character to be able to confront Mario. While Sega and Nintendo were competitors in the competitive market and made games, there were no permanent enemies, only endless benefits. So, the two of them shook hands with each other and ended up giving a gift that on the Nintendo 3DS platform, Sonic had the image for players to experience. That game was Sonic Generations – a game Sega produced to release on Nintendo’s platform. This game is a game launched to celebrate the twenty years of the birth of Sonic The Hedgehog. This combination has released a game that is liked by players and experts. This game has sold 1.85 million copies, and until now, it is still a name that many people choose to play.

The first difference of this game compared to the previous games is from the graphics of the game; it has been improved to bring a better experience. Instead of being in a 2D graphics format like its seniors, this time, the player will experience an extremely realistic 3D graphic format. Players can easily interact more with the objects as well as many other things in the game. This game is designed in the style of 3D graphics is to match the functions of the Nintendo 3DS device. This game, with a different graphics style compared to the old games, should quickly attract a lot of players to try to experience the game.

When players come to the game, players will experience the feeling of both the past and the present. A monster is attacking the world of Sonic and has opened the portal between the past and the future. So Sonic of the past went into that gate and came to the present world, to protect the timeline. The following distinction between the characters is made clear by the appearance of the characters, Sonic of the present is tall and thin, and Sonic of the past is smaller.