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Sonic Colours (Nintendo DS)
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- Sonic Colours sees Sonic accelerating to adrenaline-pumping super speeds and blasting through obstacles in ways never before seen in a Sonic game
- Alien Wisps in Sonic Colours each have a unique “Colour Power” that, once freed, Sonic is able to absorb whilst speeding through the various theme park-inspired planets
- The Wisp energy enables Sonic to create new paths through the stages by drilling through the ground (Yellow Drill) for example, or speeding through the stage as a laser (Cyan Laser)
- Stringing the Wisp power ups together creates a combo that increases Sonic’s boost gauge even more quickly and exclusive Wisp power ups will be available for both Wii and the Nintendo DS versions, ensuring a unique and super speedy gameplay experience for Sonic fans everywhere
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- Platform: Nintendo DS
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Sonic Colours sees Sonic accelerating to adrenaline-pumping super speeds and blasting through obstacles in ways never before seen in a Sonic game.
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Top Customer Reviews
The story is similar to the Wii version. Dr. Eggman has created a giant Theme Park in space as a remorse for his past evil deeds over the years. Sonic of course doesn't buy it and heads to the theme park with Tails to investigate. The DS version does have its own twist to the story by adding other Sonic characters in optional missions. It's a simple plot that works.
The gameplay is much like Sonic Rush. You'll be speeding through stages to make it to the end as you would in a 2D Sonic game. This time it adds new features to make it feel like its own game. Gone is the trick system from previous Sonic Rush games, but there's a lot more new features in its place. The Wisp power ups are the highlight of the new features and they are great fun to use. There are 6 different Wisps to use, with 2 of them being exclusive to the DS version. There's the Burst Wisp that turns you into a ball of fire to blast into the sky and destroy enemies, the Drill Wisp that turns you into a Drill to dig through soft ground at high speeds, the Cyan Wisp that turns Sonic into a laser to blast at enemies and use shortcuts and more. Sonic has his boost move from Sonic Rush as well as new abilities such as the wall jump, stomp, homing attack and slide ability. The level design is the best seen in a DS Sonic game with plenty to do and lots of shortcuts to explore. The gameplay overall is very fun and very replayable.
The controls work the same as Sonic Rush. It's very easy to pick up and play which is great.Read more ›
First impressions are surprisingly dissapointing. The trick system in the Rush which gave boost has been replaced with a wisp that gives limited boost, only increased with more wisps and enemy destruction. This means that boost functions are often too limited so crashing into enemies on running paths due to lack of boost can become common place.
Wisps, the obvious gimmik of the game are a mixed bag. The large majority are well implemented with the drill and lazer being the most fun, the first offering some creative routes via ground and water, the latter offering quick bursts of unstoppable speed. The two main culprits of bad design are the Red Burst and Violet Void wisps which both suffer from unresponsive control which is a shame because they offer intriquing directions to take in the environment.
Cheap defeats and damage are also a running problem, as mentioned earlier. Pit falls, bad enemy placement and spike placement have always been around in some form or another in the Sonic series but Sonic Colours often takes it too far. This is partly due to the multi-tiered levels generated by the wisp mechanic as well as temptations to boost through the air, leading to multiple deaths. The game seems to expect you to know what's happening ahead of you before you can respond to it.Read more ›
My son loves the different gaming options and the small games that you can play. It really has been used non stop since christmas.
At the same time, its not bad, Not moving on that much from 'Sonic Rush' or 'Sonic Rush Adventure' But if its not broken don't fix it...
ONLY CONCERN - I completed the main game in just 2 days.
Its does have muitplayer and WiFi, and bouns missions.
* Nice controls
* Cool cut scene's from the Wii verson slotted in
* Nothing we've not seen before
* Enjoyed Sonic Rush more, third time round is a little teird
I have never owned a Sonic game before and so this was my first exeriennce but I was impressed with the way that both my children are entertained by this game. Even with only one actual game card, both children can play it on their separate DSs. Great value!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game brings back old memories of me playing it 4 years ago aiming to get the highest grade I can get.Published 4 months ago by Russell Samuels
This game was fun and hard at times but got to a point in the game where my son no longer liked it after trying ages to defeat the boss, it is impossible to do.Published 6 months ago by BONTY