There is something that I should confess to you all. When I first came to wikia, I didn't fully understand it. Thus, I created an account here and a seperate one for smashwiki. I didn't realize they were both wikia. After learning that I unintentionally created a sockpuppet, I spent a considerable amount of time wondering what to do. So, I decided to drop my "Go Mario!" account and edit as "Enigmatic Mr. L" in all wikias. Don't expect anything more of the "Go Mario!" account.


I don't visit this website much. I'll stop by every now and then if I want info about Sonic stuff, and I'll fix something if I see that it's wrong. I'll try to make an effort to stop by at least once a month to check (and fix if there are any) DoubleRedirects.

Favorite Video Game Characters

From fifth favorite to number one:
5). Charizard
4). Shadow the Hedgehog
3.) Sonic the Hedgehog
2.) Mario
1.) Luigi


Note: If the game is available on more than one consolde, I own the Nintendo version. Also, when I talk about Sonic 1 and Sonic 2, I played them on Sonic Classic Collection. The reason Sonic 3 and Sonic and Knuckles aren't on here yet is because I haven't played them yet :P

Game Rating Compliments Complaints
Shadow the Hedgehog 9.5 (Awesome) Great plot, one is able to choose hero, villain, or neutral, many levels and missions, and great music Too much cursing, multiplayer mode could have been better, and graphics aren't too impressive
Sonic Heroes 5.0 (Meh) Many characters and teams, exhilerating sense of speed similar to old Sonic games, and great music Terrible voice acting *coughTailscough*, not much of a plot (but I suppose that's better than too much of a plot), somewhat too combat-heavy, and for the most part the game is too easy (except for Team Dark's stages).
Sonic Adventure DX Director's Cut 5.0 (Meh) Many characters for different modes, decent plot, and great music just like every Sonic game Sub-worlds are PURE TORTURE!, movements are choppy, and some character's levels are quite boring (like Big the Cat's)
Sonic and the Secret Rings 7.0 (Decent) Great graphics and music (what Sonic game doesnt have good music?), decent multiplayer mode, returns to Sonic's 2D roots when he was realy something Some stages are insanely difficult, poor controls, and the multiplayer mode (although decent) needed some tweaking
Super Smash Bros. Brawl 10 (Perfect) Wide selection of characters from different Nintendo franchises (plus two third-party characters), several stages plus the option to create your own, many items to help spice up the matches, A great single player mode, and lots of stuff to collect (e.g. stickers, trophies, music, etc.) There are a few minor things I would have changed, but nothing major enought to keep the game from getting a perfect score.
Sonic Unleashed 9.0 (Awesome) Great music (surprise ain't it :p) and graphics, daytime stages are a blast zooming across the globe, Werehog stages are fun destroying everything, and a nice, simple plot compared to some other games. No multiplayer mode, Chip's voice acting is terrible, and it needed more balance between night and day stages.
Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood 7.0 (Decent) Lots of characters, dialogue choices, POW moves, and sidequests; battles with major villains are also somewhat fun Very poor replay value, terrible ending, a little dialogue heavy, and battling with regular enemies gets tiring fast.
Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) 8.5 (Good) Simple gameplay that isn't bogged down by unnecessary things, collecting the Chaos Emeralds adds to gameplay, and the last zone is particularly fun A bit too simple, the Labyrinth Zone was poor, and lacks traditional Sonic elements
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 9.4 (Great) Introduces many classic Sonic elements (Tails, an exhilarating sense of speed, spindash, etc.), playing as Super Sonic is absolutely amazing, and collecting the Chaos Emeralds adds challenge If all emeralds are collected, one can't really control when Sonic transforms into Super Sonic, Super Sonic is difficult to control, and there are no rings in the final zone
Sonic Classic Collection 7.0 (Decent) Four of the best Sonic games return on a handheld device, includes two lock-ons, and has some illustrations Graphics are "squished", options and two-player mode on certain games were removed, pressing "start" doesn't pause the game, not much bonus content, and there are plenty of other ways to get these games (although none work for me :P )
Sonic Rush 9.0 (Great) Exciting

2D gameplay similar to old Sonic games, somewhat challenging, decent plot and graphics, and excellent music

Can only view most cutscenes once, somewhat short (I beat it in a week, but maybe that's because I was playing it so often), and not much lasting appeal


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