Made to celebrate Sonic's 20th anniversary, Sonic Generations features a unique gameplay mechanic by having both 2D and 3D versions of each stage playable. The 2D stages feature action similar to that of the Genesis Sonic titles, while the 3D stages take after the gameplay found in recent 3D Sonic titles such as last year's Sonic Colors.
|7||Over the 20 years the Sonic franchise has spanned, there have been games of differing styles both from a gameplay and graphical perspective. It's lead to the creation of two very distinct fan bases: those who prefer the older styled Sonic experience and those who prefer the newer styled Sonic and his entourage. Sega are well aware of this, so to allow everyone to celebrate this milestone, they came up with Sonic Generations. It's not just a pun on words either, as Sonic Generations looks at almost every major milestone since the inception of the franchise and re-imagines a great portion of it. |
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