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Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developers: Dimps, Sonic Team

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Region
Released
NA
01/19/2012
EU
01/19/2012

Reader Reviews

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I review

Reviewed June 02, 2013

bigcj34 says: "Sonic's 'successor' to the Mega Drive series is certainly not fatally broken, and can be entertaining. It’s a smooth retro-style platformer to casually jump around in, with varied levels and little interesting twists. However the new physics makes things slightly worse, and clumsy design decisions and some uninspiring levels prevent this being the ultimate Sonic return. "
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