New game killing Sonic, now one of the top rated series
On March 31st, the day before April Fool’s Day, Sega released an official (and free!) sound game on mac PC who killed the blue bastard straight away. Now, a week later, the game is exploding on Steam and even a hit on Metacritic. Critics and fans seem to agree: Killing Sonic was a good choice!
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The murder of Sonic the Hedgehog is a visual novel-like crime game that has your cute furry investigator working with various sound characters to solve the “murder” of the franchise’s legendary blue hero himself. It was easily one of the The best April Fool’s jokesnot only because the idea of Sega killing Sonic in a video game and releasing it as a playable product is super fun, but also because it ended up being a pretty solid game sound Fans mostly hugged each other. Indeed it has “Overwhelmingly Positive” reviews on Steam and the sound The franchise’s social media manager confirmed on May 5. via a tweetthat the game has been downloaded over a million times. Impressive stuff! But not only fans like it, critics are digging this new game in the sound will be unmade.
Over on Metacritic, The murder of Sonic the Hedgehog has collected five rated outlet reviews, and that’s enough to give it an overall score on the site, which as of this writing is at 87. If that score stays the same as more reviews come in (or even go up), it probably means that’s the case The murder of Sonic the Hedgehog will go down in history as one of the highest rated sound games ever released. Just about five others sound Games (not counting the various ports) have a Metacritic Score of 87 or higher. If the score goes up even two points thanks to a few more positive reviews, it will end up being the third highest review sound game at all.
And it’s not like there were only a dozen or so sound games over the last decade. This is a franchise with a massive number of entries, including spin-offs, ports, sequels, and now weird shit-like games where Sega eclipses its own mascot. So getting to the top of it all is quite an achievement for Sega’s unexpected new visual novel.
Sure, it’s not surprising that any game is better than the awful -[notices an angry group of Sonic ‘06 fans outside, cracking their knuckles] uh – the terrible thing…Sonic Shuffle. However, it’s wild that Sega needed everything to get its next big one sound The hit consisted of killing his star character and asking the players to solve his murder. Well, where’s the Hollywood movie adapting this spin-off?