Sonic Rush (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Sega Nintendo DS games
Description:Model ID NTR P ASCP / Genre: Arcade & Platform / Video Game for Nintendo DS / ESRB Rating: Rating Pending / Release Date: 2005-11-18 / ... more
Sonic Rush (DS) ... Published by Sega / The popular and favorite blue dude with 'tude, Sonic The Hedgehog, blasts his way onto the Nintendo DS and takes high-speed action gaming to a whole new level&literally! He's the fastest blue hedgehog on this planet and now he's pairing up with royalty Queen, Blaze the Cat. This dynamic duo is a pair from different dimensions&but it's a match made to save the world! In search of the Sol Emerald, Sonic and Blaze must battle it out in their own worlds but as they do, ripple effects will change the events of the others. Sonic DS takes full advantage of the dual screens on the Nintendo DS system to deliver a frenetic adventure with dizzying dives, near vertical curves, extreme jumps, brain-twisting loops and more!
Newest Review: ... further but in terms of gameplay, it's near impossible to notice. These characters move through a sequence of zones based on ... more
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Customer Sonic Rush (DS) Reviews (8)
by - written on 17/10/07 (Somewhat useful, 58 readings)
Sonic the hedgehog, transformed platform gaming when intoduced to Sega over 10 years ago. This version still has the classic characters as Sonic tries to beat the bad doctor. The gameplay is better than what I remembered it was all those years ago. The quality of the game is superb and the graphics match it also. The levels are just as difficult as they were before but even more gripping. Excellent classic game so glad it had the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I must admit that Sonic Rush is one of the few games I have very mixed feelings about. That probably has something to do with the fact that the game itself feels schizophrenic and unfocused; torn between two directions. Essentially Sonic Rush is built on the foundations of the Sonic Advance series, a side scrolling platformer based around speed and style. Unfortunately, it's also moulded from elements of the post Sonic Adventure home console games. This era has not been kind to the series and Sonic seems to be lost in his own reputation. The game includes two playable characters, Sonic the Hedgehog and Blaze the Cat. The two essentially play identically, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Sonic Rush isn't a game that's been designed with adults in mind, but I've been happily playing away on it anyway. Really I think this is one that will appeal to a slightly wider than usual audience, purely because it stars Sonic the Hedgehog. It was my twenty-something son who actually bought this game, and I think it was mainly in a fit of nostalgia. Sonic was THE Mega Drive and Game Gear character back when my kids were little, and video games started to become a mainstream thing. This game is played on the Nintendo DS, which seems a little funny at first considering that Nintendo are old rivals of Sega! But thankfully, transferring Sonic over onto a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/08 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I still remember the days when Sonic ther Hedgehog first appeared on the scene on the SEGA Megadrive. He was SEGAs answer to Mario on the Nintendo systems. Back then the first Sonic game was really quite breath taking, we hadn't seen anything like it before, ok there had been platform games before and none of the actual aspects of the game were exactly original, but no one had seen them take place at such break neck speeds. Coming from the more traditional platformers which has a very laid back and gentle pace, Sonic seemed worlds apart, bouncing around at such speed you could hardly keep your eyes on him at times. Amazing stuff. Back then if you had told me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I have very fond memories of Sonic, and all of his fantastic 2D platformers. From the Game Gear and Master System to the Mega Drive, Sonic offered a unique high-speed gaming experience that was altogether very different from Mario and other such slower paced competitors. Not necessarily BETTER may I add - although at times I was a bit of a Sonic obsessive - but just different. Sonic was smoother, and less clunky than other games. Even now, 15 years or so later, Sonic's super-speed gameplay remains in tact and the blue hedgehog is sprinting again. Sonic Rush is an exciting return to form after years and years of awful attempts at bringing Sonic up to date, ... Read the complete review
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