Sonic Rush Adventure (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Sega Nintendo DS games
Description:Model ID SRADS / Genre: Arcade & Platform / Release Date: 2007-09-13 / Published by Sega / Sonic returns to the Nintendo DS with all the ... more
Sonic Rush Adventure (DS) ... classic 2D, dual screen action the fans loved in Sonic Rush, as well as a new high-seas adventure where he clashes with ruthless pirates. As Sonic, players will set off from Windmill Village to explore seven action-packed levels featuring the classic 2D gameplay that the Sonic series is known for. Now players will get to explore the action stages to uncover valuable items and materials which allow Tails to build new ships that help Sonic explore the high-seas. With a fleet of up to five ships, including a submarine, water bike, and hovercraft, players will use the touch screen technology in exciting new ways to control their ships as they race across the ocean gathering rings, busting tricks, and torching pirate ships in fierce ship-to-ship battles. At the end of each level, players will test their skills in epic 3D boss battles that span both screens, including the ultimate showdown with the evil pirate, Captain Whisker. Let the adventure begin!
Newest Review: ... the game require you to use the stylus to navigate between different areas of the game, but this is perfectly easy to ... more
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Customer Sonic Rush Adventure (DS) Reviews (5)
by - written on 30/04/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Sonic Rush Adventure is a primarily 2D platform game, with some 3D elements, for the Nintendo DS. The game is the follow-up to the Sonic Rush game, but with enhanced presentation, graphics and in my view much improved game play. The 2D graphics are very playable, although there are 3D cut away scenes and sub-games to play in places, and more than in the previous game, Sonic Rush. I found the controls easy to access, with the action being fast-paced but not too fast as to be too challenging. Some parts of the game require you to use the stylus to navigate between different areas of the game, but this is perfectly easy to control. As for the game, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Sonic Rush is a great game. Sonic Rush Adventure is a good game. Unfortunately, the sequel to the fantastic Sonic Rush, trys to fill up more room and time with pointless conversations and exploration of islands. I'd normally approve a greater level of mini-games in most games, however with Sonic it's all about speeding through the fantastic, vibrant levels. This game introduces an aspect of sailing across the seas, searching for the next location in which to defeat bosses and continue the (pointless) story. While adventure has proved successful in other games such as Zelda Phantom Hourglass, it's entirely unsuitable for a pick up and go platformer. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/08 (Very useful, 12 readings)
As a child i absolutly loved the sonic games on the Sega Mega drive! So i was delighted when i received this game as a gift and i was not disappointed! The game is everything i remember it being on the sega mega drive, and more! Although there were levels and game i remembered there also appeared to be more (not sure if they are new or if i just dont remember them!!). The game is played on both screens and has all the traditional actions of sonic collecting coins, spinning to move quicker and the battle at the end of each level. It has the original set ups such as the 3 stages per level etc. The only criticism i do have of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/08 (Useful, 21 readings)
Being an old school mega-drive Sonic fan, I was understandably dubious about this new handheld title- although Sonic Advance and its sequal managed to be fun and faithful to its roots, some recent variations from its path have disillusioned sonickers from times past. All in all, I was right to be wary- this game is much more like its Sonic X tv show counterpart, with its dumbed down characters (when did Dr Robotnik started to be called Dr Eggman? This is not acceptable!), and plotless weird additions like dinosaur bosses thrown in randomly. The game play IS Sonic, but only just, with unnecessary frills and a weird control system. I also think having the rating ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/08 (Useful, 18 readings)
I absolutely loved sonic when I was a kid and played on a sega mega drive. I loved the speed that my rolled and the fact you could lose rings but not die and pick more rings up to compensate. I was so chuffed when I got this game but I found it really really disappointing. The graphics are great and the sonic concept is unchanged. I also liked the fact that sonic rolls between the top and bottom screens. BUT, and I'm sure it isn't because I'm getting old, he just goes too fast!!!!! I felt that I wasn't playing a game, I was just holding down a button and watching sonic do whatever he wanted on the screen. I didn't feel I had much control at all. He ... Read the complete review
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