Okay so I wrote a really angry comment about how Casino Forest is bad and I hate it but my internet glitched out and I lost all of it and it was really long so have this tl;dr: >Casino Forest is such a fucking level design mess, ONLY TWO HAZARDS IN THE ENTIRE STAGE AND THEY'RE RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER, Casino Night also didn't have many hazards or enemies but it didn't have TWO HAZARDS PLACED RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER AND LEAVE IT AT THAT. >It's also just a really wasted opportunity as a level concept, I like the idea of a sacred forest shrine place being torned down and turned into this grimey casino, but it's not used creatively at all, it feels more like an excuse to reuse some level assets from Lost World (since it reminded me a lot of the forest levels and the ruins in those), as there are no unique setpieces or gimmicks that have to do with the fact that it's some ancient ruins apart from...two spikeballs right next to each other. Why not have you run through the stage WHILE it's being torn down and turned into a casino, and then have you go inside the casino in parts that have been already built and then pop out and fall into the ruins deep below or something, just anything beyond "generic casino zone with different background". >Gotta love those physics of...slowing down while running downhill? Good job SEGA, it's not like you made Sonic 1-3 or anything. Even Generations' physics weren't that bad. >I loved Generations! I enjoyed Colours! I had fun with Unleashed! But this game just looks like a rushed mess that took the worst parts of each. And also to end it off, I know I've already posted this before, but this image is becoming more real by the day and I hate that so much. At least the music has impressed me! Like, most of the soundtrack has fallen flat to me except for Fist Bump which is so cheesy it's perfect and mediocre at the same time. But when I listened to Tag Team Section A Green Hill I actually loved it and had this feeling of "Holy shit this song is great" that I haven't had with any other song in the soundtrack except maybe lyricless Fist Bump when I heard it for the first time. Casino Forest's song ain't half bad either.