¡Por fin llega la continuación que los fans estaban esperando: Sonic The Hedgehog™ 4 Episode I! Con características mejoradas como el clásico Torbellino de Sonic o el versátil Ataque teledirigido, Sonic 4 parte exactamente donde Sonic & Knuckles™ lo dejó. Con Eggman derrotado, Sonic parte a explorar nuevas zonas y tierras desconocidas.
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¡Por fin llega la continuación que los fans estaban esperando: Sonic The Hedgehog™ 4 Episode I! Con características mejoradas como el clásico Torbellino de Sonic o el versátil Ataque teledirigido, Sonic 4 parte exactamente donde Sonic & Knuckles™ lo dejó. Con Eggman derrotado, Sonic parte a explorar nuevas zonas y tierras desconocidas. El Dr. Eggman, furioso por la destrucción del Death Egg y el fracaso de sus planes, pone en marcha todos sus diabólicos planes. En un esfuerzo por deshacerse de Sonic, revisa y perfecciona lo mejor de sus creaciones. Prepárate para el próximo capítulo de la nueva saga en 2D, creada para todos los fans, los de siempre y los nuevos.

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    Mínimo:

    • SO: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Pentium 4 a 3.2 GHz / Athlon 64 3000+ o equivalente / superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM (2 GB de RAM en Windows Vista)
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 256 MB de VRAM (nVidia GeForce 7600 / ATI Radeon X1300) o superior
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0a
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX

    Recomendado:

    • SO: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 DUO a 2.4 GHz / Athlon 64 X2 4200+ o superior
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 512 MB de VRAM (nVidia GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon HD 3800) o superior
    • Versión de DirectX®: 5.0
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX
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A 12 de 16 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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If you are not a hardcore Sonic-Fan, you probably will not enjoy this game. The gameplay broken, Moving around will just feel weird. The feeling of speed isn't that well optimized and makes the whole game feel weird. For example, spindash doesn't make you faster than normal running. If you are running and making while running a spin, it will slow you down. That's something you would not expect and it destroys the speed-feeling and the gameplay. Well, at least the soundtrack is good. Overall, I can say if you are not a lover of Sonic or jump and runs. Better skip that one. You won't miss anything. Everything this game offers you, was made a time ago better.

Rating: 5/10
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This is a adventure 2d plafform game.

The new modern sonic .. you hate it or you love it.
This game can not be compared to the old glory sonic days from the '90.
Modern sonic is totally different... with new moves.... new boses.. and a new story.
You can collect gems and become super sonic that is cool.
The game has a very deluxe option menu so you can select all levels to play again.
Very great and big story for hours and hours of fun.

Personally I don't like the game plays.
Controls feels very slow and getting some speed takes a while.
Game looks very good and they did a very good job with that.
I'mk more for the old Sonic days..

It's a great new story only I have some problems with the controls.
I give it a 7/10.
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Pretty beautiful gameply, Awesome music, Great for the whole family
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This is another one of those "Steam needs a Mixed option" reviews. Ultimately I am recommending this game because I enjoyed my time with it despite it having a fair number of flaws. I will explain further ahead, I just wanted to get this out of the way first.

Sonic the Hedgehog 4 is the sequel to the critically acclaimed classic, Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (& Knuckles), a game that, in my opinion, did not require a sequel. Because of how successful Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (& Knuckles) was, it's almost guaranteed that Sonic the Hedgehog 4 will be disappointing to any long-term Sonic fan in some way or form, but that isn't to say that the game is a complete disaster, it's actually quite fun if you can overlook some of the bad features it has, which I will cover next.

Right off the bat you will see that this game does not play like any other 2D Sonic game in the past, there is barely any sense of speed and the physics actually feel worse than those in the first and original Sonic the Hedgehog. Spin dashes often slow down your momentum rather than increase your speed and jumping feels very clunky most of the time, this can be especially frustrating on the Casino Street Act 2 stage where you have to use careful platforming to jump across a bridge of moving cards.

Poor physics aside, the levels and stages are fun to play for the most part, but they are sadly just rehashes of previous levels from the older Sonic games, just branded with new names. Splash Hill for example is the same as Green Hill, Casino Street is a mix of Casino Night and Carnival Night, Lost Labyrinth is naturally very similar to Labyrinth from the first game and Mad Gear is Metropolis from Sonic the Hedgehog 2. The boss fights are also rehashes of bosses from the same levels they are almost direct clones of. Sonic the Hedgehog 4 as a sequel was essentially expected to have some new levels, unique areas and boss fights, but there are none of the above featured in this game. Everything will feel familiar but different, and unfortunately not in the good way like Sonic Generations was able to accomplish.

What this game (or Episode, as Episode II is supposedly better and I haven't gotten to it yet) lacks is originality, something that all the old games managed to achieve so effortlessly, with all levels and bosses feeling unique despite being so limited at the time, so ultimately as a sequel, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 is a disappointment. As a standalone Sonic game however, it can be a fun experience if you take it for just that and not the "successor" to one of the best games ever made, similar to Doom vs Doom 3 as the first example that comes to mind.

Yes, this game has a lot of problems and lacks originality, but I still found it to be fun and I enjoyed my time with it, that is why I'm ultimately going to go for "yes" as opposed to "no". Long-term Sonic fans, take it from another seasoned Sonic the Hedgehog player, you are most likely going to be disappointed, but I wouldn't go so far as to say that you won't enjoy it at all, it takes a little bit of adapting to get used to the the new feeling of movement in this game, but once you get the hang of it, it's a fun to play.

So that's about it, you will either enjoy your time with this or you won't. In the end, my advice is to play it and judge it for yourself.
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Publicado: 20 de enero
I love this game so much that i also have it for Wii!
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Close, very close to Sonic 2 & 3, but it's missing the responsivess of the earlier games. It just feels flat, and slugish, looks pretty and graphically is true to the originals. But the gameplay isn't there.
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This game has one of the best soundtracks for a Sonic game. This game is better than the 2D segments in Sonic Generations. Only flaw this game has is that its too short with only 4 zones and all the levels are just rehashes of levels from Sonic 1 and 2.
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Is it NiGHTS the Purple Jester? Is it Miley Verisse, CTHCC president extrordinare? No, it's Sonic the Blue Blur, and he's back for another battle with Baldy McNosehair!

j/k :P.

Anyway, time for my review of Sonic 4:Episode 1:

Pros:
-It's pretty easy to gain extra lives, especially in Casino Street Act 2.
-The Music is decent. Lost Labyrinth Act 2 theme FTW!
-The game controls fine.
-The homing attack which debuted in the Sonic Adventure games is helpful like always :D!
-There are some cool gimmicks.

Cons:
-The special stages are confusing at first.
-SCREW THE E.G.G. STATION FINAL BOSS!!!
-The trap placement is a bit random.
-Since this is a downloadable game, there are only 5 zones in the game, counting E.G.G. Station.

All in all, while this game is obviously no Sonic 2 (16-bit) or Sonic 3 & Knuckles, it's still a decent Sonic game in it's own right :).
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Publicado: 28 de diciembre de 2014
What the hell have they done to Sonic? Once you start the game you notice that he seems to have lead in his shoes and though he speeds up quite fast it feels so odd compared to the old games (talking about the original MegaDrive games here). The level design is awful. Sonic had some cheap deaths, but this game is either way too easy or just unfair. The third act of the first zone has a segment where you *have* to progress using a chain of Sonic's aimed spin attacks, but to start the chain you jump on a bumper and you have only two moments when the cursor appears on the first enemy. Hit the button too early or too late = instant death. This feels more like a QTE than a Sonic game. The first boss doesn't really have a pattern. You simply stand to the very edge of the screen and time your attacks.

This game looks like a Sonic game, but it certainly doesn't feel like one at all.
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I bought this game for two reasons, I love Sonic the Hedgehog and nostalgia. When I started up the game it reminded me of when I was five years old playing this game almost all the time. However, I wasn't so thrilled about the slow start sonic has when he moves. At certain points this becomes bothersome, and once nearly got me hit by the first boss. Still putting that small bit aside, it's not a bad game and it is better than Sonic '06 (though any Sonic game is better than that particular game) As for the music, it's catchy and I quite like it then again I've always been a fan of the music in most Sonic games. Would I recommend this game? It's really hard to say, I mean if you're a die-hard Sonic fan then by all means knock yourself out if not...I would suggest watching a let's play on YouTube then decide if this is for you.
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Here I come!
Rougher than Knuckles!
The best of them!
Tougher than Knuckles!
You can call me Knuckles!
Unlike Knuckles, I don't chuckle!
I'd rather flex my knuckles!
I'm hard as Knuckles! It ain't hard to chuckle!
I break them whether they're Knuckles or Knuckle.
Unlike Knuckles, I'm independent since the first chuckle!
First Knuckles, feel the Knuckles, then the Knuckle chuckle!
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I can review this in one word: LAZY
However, I highly recommend this if you enjoyed the WORST elements from the first 3 Sonics games.
Even the levels are ripped right from Sonic 1 & 2

If you grew up playing the Sega Genesis, stay away from this crap.
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My favorite VG Icon of all time, Sonic the Hedgehog, is back & he's more Faster, Cooler & Bluer than ever before on the PC, WiiWare, XBOX LIVE & PSN. I've waited 16 years to play this AWESOME game! Sonic the Hedgehog 4: EP1 is by far the greatest & best Sonic game of all time! Once you get into this game, you can thank me later & you won't be disappointed!
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I don't know what this is but its not Sonic. There is an astounding lack of going fast in this game you don't even know. Game feels more like an obstacle course than a Sonic game, and the controls weaker for certain. But the level design is really the major flaw here. A couple of levels have the Sonic feeling spot on, but they are few and far between... most of them feel like a very slow, floaty platformer.

The game is also 10 dollars and 2-2.5 hours long. That's with 12 stages, 4 bosses, and a final stage that is just the 4 bosses and a fifth over again. If it were something novel that would be fine, but this is just a mediocre Sonic game. This is definitely a skippable title. There's plenty of better games on Steam. There's plenty of better Sonic games on Steam for that matter.
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Go fast
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He llegado a la conclusión de que este primer episodio de Sonic 4 necesita un poco más de "cariño" por parte de la fanbase.
No es tan malo como mucha gente opina, simplemente se quejan por el Homing Attack o por el hecho de que "Sonic Moderno no vale para juegos 2D".
Es cierto que podría haber sido un poco mejor con un par de mundos más por explorar, con una música retro menos rallante o con algún Boss novedoso.
Aunque no llegue a la altura de los viejos Sonics de Megadrive, se merece una oportunidad en mi humilde opinión.

Puntuación personal del juego: 7 ★★★
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Publicado: 26 de mayo de 2014
Se pordria decir que es peor Sonic que se ha hecho jamás... Es mas dificil de manejar que los clasicos.

Resumiendo, un mierdo como un castillo
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Malo. La jugabilidad deja mucho que desear respecto a sus predecesores en 2D. 4
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Sentimientos enfrentados... eso es lo que siento al jugarlo, como fan de la saga desde tiempos inmemoriales me encuentro un juego de aspecto cutre por tratar de meter las 3D con calzador, unas animaciones menos pulidas que en máquinas de 16 bits, pero sobre todo mucho menos encanto, ¿que es eso de salirse entre fase y fase, y mostrar en pantalla "guardando partida" cuando podría hacerse de forma totalmente transparente?, puede parecer una chorrada pero es algo que "te saca" del juego continuamente, le hace perder la continuidad. Los controles estilo Sonic Adventure con ese ataque "guiado" pulsando un botón no hacen más que casualizarlo para mal. Y ya no hablemos de la lamentable idea de SEGA de sacar un juego por partes, episodio I, episodio II... odio los DLC pero al menos de esa forma habrían integrado todos los niveles dentro de un mismo juego, quedando mucho mejor en conjunto. Para finalizar las pegas, es muy corto, 4 mundos de 3 niveles + jefe final por cada uno de ellos.

Por otro lado algunos niveles son memorables, sea por su diseño o por su jugabilidad, tanto la música como los efectos de sonido están a la altura y la estética general y modo de jugar a los originales se ha respetado, las fases de bonus son iguales que en Sonic 1 (las mejores para mi gusto), y al final se hace divertido que es lo importante. Vale que no es el mejor juego de Sonic... pero, que demonios, ¡¡¡es Sonic!!!
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Una de las tantas ♥♥♥♥♥♥s que ha cagado Sega en los última decada.
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