Sonic the Hedgehog has been busy over the last twenty six years. He fought on the front lines of the Console Wars within the ’90s, and in the end, signed an armistice with a specific mustachioed plumber following the death of the Dreamcast, even kept paling up with him in varied extracurricular activities. Although he typically lives in Nintendo’s shadow, his games have had the speed and attitude that have still been unmatched nowadays, even once he stars in RPGs, pinball games, or being competitive within the athletic competition.
Now, Sonic could have had his ups and downs over the years. However, that does not amend the fact that he created a legacy that can go beyond jokey ‘gotta go fast’ memes as well as lousy artwork. We’ve put together a list of some best Sonic the Hedgehog games.
Yeah, Sonic Boom. Yeah, that Sonic Boom. However, hear us out on the reasons for its deserving a spot on this list. Once the woeful launch of Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric and Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal, seemingly nothing could probably save Sega’s new product series from going off the excessively-taped rails. And whereas Fire and Ice is not genuinely excellent, it had been conjointly a considerable improvement over its predecessors, and you should give it a try.
As you might’ve guessed by the title, this Fire and Ice allows you to wield the power of… well, ice and fire. By changing between these power-ups (aside from the extended cast of Knuckles, Tails, Sticks, and Amy), you’ll be able to explore new areas and traverse particular ways through the environment. Though the bad guy is super unmemorable and the levels are generic, in terms of actual gameplay, this game adds new wrinkles which hearken back to the times of Sonic three.