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Sonic & Knuckles

Sonic & Knuckles (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Sonic Team

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/17/1994
EU
10/19/1994
JP
10/18/1994
AU
11/??/1994

Sonic & Knuckles (Genesis) screenshotSonic & Knuckles (Genesis) screenshotSonic & Knuckles (Genesis) screenshot


Reader Reviews

Sonic & Knuckles review

Reviewed February 20, 2008

bigcj34 says: "Heís blue, heís spiky, itís that hedgehog thatís too quick to be flattened by oncoming traffic and after beating Robotnik twice, heís got no time for visiting fellow hedgehog flat-mates. The death egg ship you thought was destroyed for goodreally landed on top of Lava Reef, and the not-so-free-range egg-shaped Dr. Robotnik manages to sneakily trick Knuckles the Echidna to obtain the Master Emerald to repair the Death Egg ship. Itís up to Sonic and Knuckles to team together and stop Robotn..."
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Sonic & Knuckles review

Reviewed January 21, 2008

pickhut says: "Sonic the Hedgehog 3 should never be played by itself. Ever. "
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