Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Nessy, Oct 5, 2008.
There is no true ending because no one has ever finished it. Honestly, who likes that game.
If it wasn't for the awful controls it'd actually be a pretty good game, the music in particular is quite awesome. (I'm talking about the Mega Drive version btw).
I love that game, I've beaten it several times.
Love it, play it all the time.
One of the BEST Sonic games ever made...
no depth perception
I liked it. Had good music and a great atmosphere.
Lies. It's possible to see the true ending by cheating. =D
Also, I honestly don't think Flickies' Island is that bad - the controls can be an arse at times but it's still better controlling than most of the last 10 years of games - plus the music is some of the best the Mega Drive put out.
Disliked game, beat it once, bored of it.
It was the game which busted my faith in Sonic games forever. Never again did I trust them. I even avoided the Dreamcast and the Sonic Adventures.
It was not enough, though. The bad games keep coming.
I prefer the Saturn music.
you unlock it in sonic shuffle
Meanwhile, back in reality, everyone understood that the game was crappy.
That game used to make me physically ill. I could only make it w/o feeling like I was going the throw up around Spring Stadium Act 2. Now I only get sick if I play Knuckles' (& Rouge's) levels in Sonic Adventure 2 for too long.
Although the music itself was put together very well. I didn't care at all for the voices. The music made me feel like I was playing a game from the 80s. The voices of Sonic 3&K were the best out of the Genesis games. 3D blast songs sound too similar to each other. The Saturn version was a completely different story though. It was one of the first Sonic games to have a reoccuring melodic theme in most of the level's songs (a trait that we got in the adventure series.....especially SA2).
I liked the music but not much else
This game is good compared to Spot Goes to Hollywood... the only game I know of where pressing up makes you go right... or maybe it was left... meh, not that I care.
It's fun I suppose... At least it's more controllable than a recent pile of shit released... (Chronicles)
The music was rad, the bosses were cool, however the mere concept that drove the game was lame. (collecting flickies...)
Hah my cousins loved spot
The Saturn version was less painful to play because it had the spiritual successor to Sonic 2's Special Stages in how awesome they were. Other than that, select songs aside, it's just... eh.
I hate you all.
I fucking loved that game =(
Purity what do you have against depth perception
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