Setting Up, Troubleshooting, Configuring and Optimizing the Game – Noob & Pro Guide
This guide will help you achieve the best playable experience you can get out of your computer's hardware! Learn the basics on how to configure your controls (or controller!), how to make your game run faster and smoother on Low/Mid-Range Computers (especi...
Mixing the best elements from old and new Sonic games together into a seamless experience works out amazingly well.
Sonic Generations is indeed a tribute to over a twenty years old tradition and this is how this game should be considered and judged. There aren't many new things, the whole fun is based on fairy simple and well known rules for the fans of the series. Is this a drawback? It all depends on what game have you always associated Sonic with. If you are looking for a large variety of gameplay and some new gameplay solutions, here you will certainly not find them. This is the biggest disadvantage of the game, because bypassing the nice scenery, after a few hours we no longer will be surprised. On the other hand, for blue hedgehog fans it is a must have position and they are probably going to get it. Each level is an unmatched opportunity for level mastering specialists to demonstrate their skills. In Sonic Generations, as in any other production, there are plenty of varied paths to destinations, shortcuts, secret passages and nooks that are worthwhile, but they are really not easy to find. And those who do not like Sonic, there is nothing to delude. The campaign is quite short and lasts for six hours of fun, but then there are still challenges and mentioned mastering levels to full.
This was the anniversary title for Sonic in 2011, bringing back classic elements and stages from the past and putting them in to a fun action packed adventure with Classic Sonic and Modern Sonic, both having different gameplay styles.
Both gameplay styles take up 50% of the game each, safe to say I much prefer Modern Sonic but Classic isn't bad at all, just a little too simple and not quite like it was in the Genesis era.
The stages are great remakes, the game is challenging and gives a whole cast of characters to interact with (and battle) with some great throwbacks to Sonic's past.
Okay I have had this issue for a bit now and i would like to see if anyone has any helpful tips.
I have both the 360 and steam controllers but for some reason both controllers seem to disonccect within the game.
I tried uninstalling my drivers for my GTX1...