Skully Reviews Sonic CD (1993)
Skully Reviews Sonic CD (1993)
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[ORIGINALLY AIRED FEBRUARY 11TH 2017]

*Platform: SEGA MEGADRIVE*

*Developer: SEGA/SONIC TEAM*

*Release Date: SEPTEMBER 23RD 1993*

Season 3 Episode 3: The Summer of Sonic Marathon 2017 CONTINUES! And today's episode deals with a SEGA CD game that time forgot and one that is still held in limbo as far as what the Sonic fanbase truly thinks of it. Can Skully divulge any hidden components that fans might have missed? Or is this game perhaps unable to live up to its own expectations.

RUMINATIONS: One of my personal favorites in terms of gags and jokes. As for the game itself, I do at least find it an interesting spin on the Megadrive Sonic formula, something that only could've been done in 1992 before Sonic 2 set in stone the formula that people religiously adhere to up to even today.
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Views: 79
Uploaded: 4 months ago
Duration: 19:24
Rate this video
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Videos: 41
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Description
[ORIGINALLY AIRED FEBRUARY 11TH 2017]

*Platform: SEGA MEGADRIVE*

*Developer: SEGA/SONIC TEAM*

*Release Date: SEPTEMBER 23RD 1993*

Season 3 Episode 3: The Summer of Sonic Marathon 2017 CONTINUES! And today's episode deals with a SEGA CD game that time forgot and one that is still held in limbo as far as what the Sonic fanbase truly thinks of it. Can Skully divulge any hidden components that fans might have missed? Or is this game perhaps unable to live up to its own expectations.

RUMINATIONS: One of my personal favorites in terms of gags and jokes. As for the game itself, I do at least find it an interesting spin on the Megadrive Sonic formula, something that only could've been done in 1992 before Sonic 2 set in stone the formula that people religiously adhere to up to even today.
Category
Gaming
Autoplay: No Yes