Sonic the Hedgehog for PlayStation 3
PS3

Sonic the Hedgehog

Jan 30, 2007
6.12
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Average
880th of 1270

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About this game

Developer: Sonic Team
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Sonic celebrates his 15th anniversary by blazing his way onto the next-generation consoles, with his first adventure set in the human world! Featuring interactive 3D environments and a large cast of returning and new characters, get ready for the reinvention of Sonic The Hedgehog, in his most intense, high velocity escapade to date!

Gamer Reviews

1946 Reviews
7.02
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Sep 2, 2020
It's an utterly broken mess with frustrating gameplay, ugly looks, and an extremely odd story. The PS3 starting off it's life with a terrible Sonic game isn't the best idea, but it happened anyway, and people had to pay for it. Just play Sonic Generations.
gameguy69

gameguy69

Feb 28, 2022
3.00

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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
5.21
Jeff GerstmannFeb 02, 2007
Only the most blindly reverent Sonic the Hedgehog fan could possibly squeeze any enjoyment out of Sega's latest adventure. This platformer is a mess from top to bottom, and any of the occasional moments that don't feel somehow broken only serve to make the game's other flaws appear that much bigger.
Tom OrryMar 20, 2007
Sonic fans might be able to stomach some of these issues, but they really shouldn't be tolerated. Sonic has been on a slippery slope for years and SEGA has done nothing about it, and this has culminated in what can only be described as a complete disaster. Coming from SEGA it's hard to believe and even harder to understand, as Sonic used to be 'it' as far as gaming icons were concerned. Now he's been dragged through the mud so many times that it's hard to see him ever finding his former glory.
4.20
Jeremy DunhamFeb 07, 2007
Sonic the Hedgehog is a mess. While there are a few glimmers of hope early on when players take control of Silver and his cool telekinesis ability, it's quickly realized that the game's design never really capitalizes on it. The remaining character situations (Shadow's vehicle segments and Sonic's traditional platforming) aren't anywhere near as interesting as Silver's, and the whole game has a forced and generic feel to it. Once you saut¿ that winning formula with a rack full of technical problems you end up with one hell of a disappointing game.

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