I’m a gamer. I have been since I was a little kid, and there is something magical about sitting down with friends and playing video games. We all get wrapped up in the story of our favorite games, but… how much do we really know about them? Do we know what game came first? What are the “Rings” for? Did James Bond play Sonic Chaos as well? How does one go about buying used cartridge games for Game Boy? Who would’ve thought that Sega had developed so many great games that often only saw release in Japan . . . or the US! ? Despite these questions, though, I still love gaming. So here goes. I’ll be blogging about different Sega titles that I am currently playing on my Nintendo 3DS. If you’re a fan of my blog, please leave comments and let me know what you think of my posts! We can compare notes on our favorite titles or talk about what’s new on the next generation consoles! So please enjoy this journey into my gaming life!
Sonic 80 is a game where you play as Sonic and you must collect rings and defeat Dr. Eggman. The game is an arcade-style platformer that was released in 1994 for the Sega Genesis, which was Sega’s 16-bit home console. The game was later ported to the Game Boy Advance in 2005.
Sonic 80 can be played on an emulator on Windows or Mac OS X computers, but it is not available for purchase anywhere today.
Sonic 3D Blast
Sonic 3D Blast is a 1994 platform game developed by Traveller’s Tales and published by Sega for the Sega Genesis. It is the first fully 3D game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, and was released at around the same time as Sega’s own add-on peripheral for its 16-bit console, and it was one of several games that took advantage of this new technology.
The game features Sonic running through various levels based on locales from previous games: Green Hill Zone from Sonic 1 and Marble Garden Zone from Sonic 2. The plot revolves around Dr. Robotnik kidnapping Flickies again to power his Death Egg; Sonic must once more defeat Robotnik and put an end to his evil schemes (as well as prevent him from building another Death Egg).
In the mid-90s, Sega released a new racing game for its 16-bit console called Sonic R. The game was a celebration of Sonic’s 10th anniversary and was released exclusively on the Sega Saturn in 1997.
Despite being a simple racing game in many ways, Sonic R has been praised for its soundtrack. The music is upbeat and sounds like something you would hear at an arcade—an accurate representation of what Sega was going for when they made it.
Sonic Chaos is a 2D platform video game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series for the Game Gear. It was released in 1994 and developed by Aspect Co., who also developed Sonic Triple Trouble, as well as published by Sega.
The game starts with Sonic being transported through a portal to an amusement park called Fantasy Zone, where he encounters Tails, who has been turned into a mouse by Doctor Eggman (Eggman). Sonic must then journey through four themed worlds: Ocean Palace, Mechanical Tower, Haunted Castle and Sky Base (based on traditional bonus stages). Each world consists of three zones that contain several acts each; upon completing all acts within a zone, you are given access to its boss stage.
The game is set in the post-apocalyptic city of Robotropolis. Dr. Robotnik has captured all of Sonic’s friends, and you must use your wits and agility to free them! The gameplay is similar to both the original Sonic games and other Mario clones, but with a few important differences:
- In some stages, you will have to collect keys so that another character can open a door for you.
- Some levels allow you to choose from multiple routes through them (these are often marked by arrows on the ground). You may find extra lives or power-ups along these routes!
- Some levels end with boss fights against one of Dr. Robotnik’s machines; defeat him before he escapes into his lair above ground!
The storyline is linear: after clearing each stage once (if it’s possible), there will be no way back unless returning via special portals scattered throughout Robotropolis – which makes sense since they’re supposed to be underground tunnels built by humans! If completing every stage isn’t something interesting enough for players who’ve already beaten this game once before then maybe those people should consider trying something different like playing sports instead 🙂 One thing I’ll say about Sonic Blast though is how difficult it actually felt at times – especially when compared side-by-side with other similar titles like Metroid Fusion where everything was either too easy or just plain frustrating depending on what part we were talking about here.”
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic the Hedgehog is a video game released in 1991 by Sega. It is the first title in the Sonic series, and features gameplay elements like running fast and collecting rings. The game was well received by critics, who praised its graphics, soundtrack and simple style of play.
The game follows Sonic as he races through various zones on Planet Mobius to stop his nemesis Doctor Robotnik from conquering it with an army of robots. Each zone contains different types of terrain that Sonic must traverse: some are lush forests; others are filled with lava or toxic waste.
Sonic Triple Trouble
Sonic Triple Trouble is a platform game for the Sega Mega Drive and Sega Game Gear. It is the second game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, and it was released on December 1993 in North America.
The game has three playable characters: Sonic, Tails and Knuckles; each has their own unique abilities (such as floating using an animal buddy), which can be used to solve puzzles and achieve objectives more efficiently. The story revolves around Dr. Robotnik stealing King Max’s crown jewels while framing Sonic & co., but they must prove their innocence by collecting all seven of them back before he does so himself!
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