Sonic Colors (2010)

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Sonic the Hedgehog must journey through an Interstellar Theme Park created by Dr. Eggman in order to rescue a race of aliens known as the Wisps.


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Directors:

Takashi Iizuka , Morio Kishimoto

Writers:

Ken Pontac (story), Warren Graff (story), Yasushi Otake (story)

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5 May 2017 | fsimpson-23439
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| Sonic's Great Return to the Modern Video game Industry!
Alright after having to endure torture that was Sonic 06, Sonic and the Secret Rings, Sonic Chronicles, and Sonic and the Black Knight, with only Sonix Unleashed being OK, most fans were coming to admit Sonic was gone and this new sonic game called Sonic Colora would be still bad. How wrong they were.

Story: One of the best in the series and one I didn't mind Characters: Sonic and Tails are awesome as always and the wisps are really helpful Graphics: despite the Wii being less powerful than the 360 or the ps3, this game was beautiful for Wii standards. Soundtrack: AMAZING AS ALWAYS

Overall Sonic Colors saved the Sonic Franchise. If it didn't do well, then Sonic wouldn't still be here today. I thank Sonic Colors ans the Wii for that. We sonic fans owe you one.


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Release Date:

16 November 2010

Language

Japanese, English


Country of Origin

USA, Japan

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