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Sonic's 20th Anniversary

I am a huge Sonic fan who loves playing the blue blur's games despite their critical reception. I love the fast-paced action, catchy music, and great graphics of the series. I know that some of his games have had weird gimmicks such as the werehog in Sonic Unleashed, but I found most of his games enjoyable. Actually, the only Sonic game that I officially hate is Sonic Labyrinth. Still, games like Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity made me think that the blue blur could do a lot better. Once Sonic Colors and Sonic 4 came out, I knew that the blue blur was done with gimmicks. For Sonic's 20th anniversary, SEGA is giving us Sonic Generations and Mario and Sonic 3, both I think look excellent. Sonic Generations features both Classic and Modern incarnations of Sonic, while Mario and Sonic 3 features both series' iconic characters and party games based on the London Olympics coming next year.

2011 is actually not only Sonic's 20th anniversary, but also Mario's 30th, Zelda's 25th, and Halo's 10th! Weird huh?

Reviews to Sonic Colors and Sonic '06 coming soon.

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