If only he used it during November. Then he would've been able to participate in Movember, and shamelessly promote Generations at the same time. :v: Anyway, I'll throw in my two pence here: While I never truly played Episode I outside of a demo, I've seen a lot of it in action. And let me tell you, that was enough to convince me not to unlock the full game. Criticisms aside, the physics weren't that bad, though they definitely could've improved it greatly. Since I never played the full game, I won't get into detail about levels. My main worry is the music. I'm a guy who loves music, and VGM is no exception to this. When I heard the full soundtrack for Sonic 4, I was less inclined to buy it even more. I know the guy who composed the music (not sure if it was Jun Senoue or someone else) had better taste than what he did for Episode I, so I hope to hear better music in this installment. Another thing, while the game itself wasn't truly bad, a lot of you gripe about it like it was either 2K6, or a 1:1 remake of Shaq-Fu using a shittier engine and graphics than the original did. I mean, Sonic 4 definitely isn't great, but it's a helluva lot better than those two titanic disasters.