Celebrate 20 years of Sonic in an all new adventure that delivers a definitive experience to Sonic fans new and old!
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Data di rilascio: 3 nov 2011

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Informazioni sul gioco

La celebrazione definitiva per i 20 anni dalla nascita di Sonic, Sonic Generations offre l'esperienza definitiva per tutti i fan di Sonic, sia vecchi che nuovi.
L'universo di Sonic è gettato nel caos quando appare un nuovo e misterioso nemico, creando ‘buchi temporali’ che riportano Sonic e i suoi amici indietro nel tempo. Laggiù, Sonic incontra vari volti familiari provenienti dal suo passato, inclusa una versione più giovane di se stesso! I due eroi dovranno allearsi per sconfiggere i loro nemici, salvare i loro amici, e scoprire chi si cela dietro questo atto diabolico.

Caratteristiche principali:

  • Doppio divertimento - Gioca sia come Sonic Classico che come Sonic Moderno nell'esperienza Sonic definitiva. Impara le mosse di entrambi i personaggi mentre corrono attraverso ambientazioni variegate in percorsi progettati appositamente per loro.
  • Le parti migliori sono diventate ancora meglio - Ambientazioni iconiche provenienti dalla storia dei videogiochi ritornano in vita in una bellissima grafica HD per l'avventura di Sonic definitiva, ognuna rivisitata, ricreata e ri-immaginata con risultati sorprendenti.
  • Un esperienza tutta nuova - Gioca in alcune delle ambientazioni più iconiche dei videogiochi in un modo tutto nuovo con famosi livelli di Sonic presentati in un nuovo e sfavillante 3D stereoscopico.
  • Sblocca nuove avventure - Una volta completati i vari livelli e ‘liberato’ gli amici di Sonic imprigionati, potrai ritornarci e affrontare altre sfide al loro fianco.
  • Boss e rivali storici - Affronta alcuni dei personaggi più famigerati del passato di Sonic mentre lotti per la supremazia finale.
  • Padroneggia le tue mosse - Domina il celebre attacco 'Scatto Avvitato' di Sonic Classico e utilizza il ‘Turbo’ di Sonic Moderno mentre completi percorsi tutti nuovi.

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP
    • Processor: Intel Pentium Dual-Core T4200 (2x2.0GHz) or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2GB RAM (XP)/3GB RAM (Windows 7 / Vista)
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 (512MB) / ATI Radeon HD 2900 (512MB)
    • DirectX®:
    • Hard Drive: 11 GB free hard drive space
    • Sound:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 @ 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 3GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 (1GB) / ATI Radeon HD 5850 (1GB)
    • DirectX®:
    • Hard Drive: 11 GB free hard drive space
    • Sound:
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323 persone su 383 (84%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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7.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 1 ottobre 2015
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61 persone su 65 (94%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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11.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 ottobre 2015
Summary: Sonic Generations is a nostalgic trip with a modern gaming twist celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Blue Blur himself, Sonic the Hedgehog. Sonic and friends are tossed into the void between time and space itself by some mysterious figure known as the time eater, with Sonic and Tails meeting up with their past selves, save their friends, and make time itself whole again. Relive new representations of the classic levels you know and love, as well as BETTER representations from less than stellar sonic installments, and celebrated the Gaming icon's 20th birthday!

Story/Plot/Setting: Not much to say here in terms of the story itself. In contrast to the more serious approach to storytelling that the series was originally trying (and failing at in this writer's opinion), the story is more lighthearted and simplified. Sonic and friends are caught in the white void between space and time by a foe known as the time eater. Since I try to write without giving away spoilers, I will say that for the most part, the story works in a way simply to push the game along and I feel this does it very well. The flow of the story is never bland, but most of it is driven along just to give a point to what you're doing. Even then, things are mostly there... just because. This isn't a detriment at all to the game itself, though, but if you're expecting a magnificent narrative meant to make you think, you may want to look elsewhere. Regardless, what is there has a great flow to it, so you never feel lost as to what is going on. You may shake your head a couple of times when the characters try to figure out what exactly is happening when you've figured it out practically from the start, but other than that I don't have anything to complain about.

Gameplay/Content/Controls: Gameplay is where this game shines. The gameplay of Classic Sonic will bring you a nice nostalgia trip if you've played the Sonic games from the Sega Genesis/Megadrive era. I'm even amazed that his physics feel so familiar to that era as well. Since I've been a fan of Sonic since his first release on the Genesis, I was happy to see how well he was handled. The level design for classic sonic, though in a 3D style, are still handled like a 2D side scroller. This is in contrast to modern sonic level design, which share 2D and 3D segments. Modern Sonic's gameplay will feel familiar and probably much more comfortable than before if you've played Sonic Unleashed or Sonic Colors (I've only played Unleashed, but I'm aware that the basic gameplay of Colors is similar), as the concept is the same. It feels the most solid in this installment. Speed is handled incredibly well, never feeling completely on rails. With both sonics you'll find branching paths, threatening enemies, and several ways you can easily screw up if you aren't paying attention. There's challenge, but it never feels difficult to finish a level. The only time I felt frustrated was with the Modern version of the Sonic 2006 level, Crisis City.

Speaking of the levels, each is one taken from a major installment of the sonic franchise, with the exception of Sonic CD, which was represented by the Metal Sonic Rival Battle in Stardust Speedway bad future. In addition to the levels themselves, you have a multitude of challenges that you can do as both Classic and Modern sonic. While you're only required to do one challenge for each stage represented to get keys to unlock the boss fight, it would worth your while as a sonic fan to do the others, as you can unlock more songs as well as artwork from the series as a whole. Plus most of the challenges are pretty fun, so you'd be doing yourself a disservice just simply skipping over them. If you do, however, it won't take you long before you beat the game. You could easily finish Generations within about four or five hours depending on quickly you get comfortable with the gameplay. The challenges can add on a few more hours of gameplay, as classic and modern sonic have twenty seven challenges each, making that a total of fifty four challenges you can do if you'd like. Since this was a 2011 release, the price now might entice you to buy it. But I would still recommend this is worth it at its original retail price if you've been a big fan of the Sonic series as I have been.

Although I have praised the controls for the most part, there are two problems I need to point out. On the PC version of Generations, I noticed a weird but occasional issue with button response while using a controller. Quite a few times I noticed that Sonic would refuse to jump or do his homing attack. What's even weirder is that I could not emulate the issue, so it has nothing to do with character animations negating button presses. My controller has also had no such issues with bad response when I used it on other games as well, so I don't believe my controller to be malfunctioning. I don't remember having this issue when I originally played this game on the XBox 360, so if this issue turns you off to the game, consider looking for it on console.

My other issue with regards to controls is the final boss fight, as well as segments where Sonic is either flying or falling. These segments have incredibly floaty mechanics, requiring you to negate your inertia in one direction in order to start going into the direction you want. While these segments are rare, it makes the final boss incredibly frustrating and almost killed my enjoyment of the game. Thankfully it didn't, as my experience with the rest of the game was just too good.

Sound and Music: I can safely say this is a shining put of this game. All sound effects are impactful, make sense, and truly immerse you in the experience. And the music. Oh wow the music. Each stage contains remixed versions of their music, which they took very seriously to still fit the mood of the stage while at the same time feeling familiar to their original iteration. You can also unlock more songs through the challenges, which you can use to replace music in any stage, boss fight, or challenge you'd like. My only gripe is that you can't do this with the default stage songs as well.

Graphics: On PC, you won't find the game to play any better at max settings than you would on the Console versions, but the game still looks very nice. As a 2011 release, the game still looks very aesthetically pleasing even today in 2015. I feel that this is due in large part to the art style, which has also stood the test of time. So if you want a pretty looking game, then look no further.

Conclusion: Though a short game with a few control issues and a simple story, Sonic Generations proves to be a great game in and of itself. You can tell that the development team wanted this to be a Sonic game that was remembered in a good light, considering the unfortunate flops that the series has and continues to endure to this day. Though Console might be your best bet for this title, the PC version is still good enough to recommend if you don't have one.

[Correction: There's actually 90 challenges total, not 54 like I originally stated.]
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Pubblicata: 8 settembre 2015
Sonic the hedgehog was the my first console game.
And when i start first level.
I cry it.
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Pubblicata: 1 settembre 2015
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Pubblicata: 11 dicembre 2015
The Good.
  • Smooth framerates through the entire game even on this 5 year old mid-tier computer.
  • It's a pretty game, simple as that.
  • Modern Sonic feels as good as ever.
  • The Music is amazing allthough most of the tracks are remixes that isn't necessarily a bad thing but there's a few tracks that isn't my style at all (I'm looking at you City Escape -_-')
  • Simple and intuitive progression through the game (Except for the mini-challanges).
  • The modding community has given this game a second life
    with a special mention going out to the Unleashed Project.
  • The Concept Art with included notes (in english).
  • Didn't crash a single time throughout the entire game.

The Bad.
  • Classic Sonic feels better than in Sonic 4: Episode 1 but it's still not hitting the spot just yet.
  • The time it takes to complete the story-mode levels is abit on the low side.
  • The "Storyline": there isn't much of a story at all.
  • I didn't enjoy the small challange levels and I would rather have paid for the Unleashed-project to be included in the game with proper progression support instead.
  • I didn't find the power-ups on Planet Wisp to be enjoyable but they are working and not really frustrating.
  • The Quicktime moments were not up to par with other recent Sonic games.

The Ugly.
  • No native support for the PS4-controller and setting it up so it actually works has to be done with third party software as far as I know. I used the program TocaEdit X360 Controller Emulator.
  • On several occations the game didn't register jump presses which is a big thing in a game that is supposed to "go fast". This is something that happens with both classic and modern Sonic. (this might have something to do with the PS4-controller thing i mentioned above or that my computer is old.)
  • The Level Crisis City has 2 horrible game elements for Classic Sonic which I personally think is a big no-no!
    Winds blowing at a constant speed against you at the end part of that level, combine that with the unresponsive controls from time to time and you'll be falling into a pit of death more often than not.
    The Fire tornados on that map is abit sketchy and I think its hard to see if i'm going to get insta-killed or if i'm actually gonna make it.

The Verdict.
I still think that it's a bit much for a game that you run through in a few hours without any other supporting content to back the game up.
Get Sonic Unleashed or Sonic Heroes instead.
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