My review of Sonic and Knuckles is now up for the world to see. It took me a few years, but I'm finally done with the four legendary Sonic games on the Sega Genesis.


The month of Sonic continues with my review of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 for the Sega Genesis. All I have left to cover now is Sonic and Knuckles. I don't know if I'll be doing that one anytime soon, but I'll give it a shot. Speaking of shots, I've been shooting tennis balls in Mario Tennis Open for the 3DS. I see a lot of game review sites marking this game down for lack of originality. I wasn't looking for anything new when I played it, so I'm satisfied with what's there.


This must be another milestone for the site, because I just posted another review. That's three reviews in three days. The review I posted is of Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I. You might be confused as to why I decided to post the review for Episode II first. The reasoning is that I wanted to get Episode II's review out before the game was released, since I don't think I'll get the opportunity to do something like that again. I then started working on the review for Episode I and finished it sooner than I expected. Now I just need to get around to reviewing Sonic 3...


Well, this certainly is a surprise. I've just put up a review for Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II. This might be the only time that I've written a review for a game that hasn't even come out yet. You can take a look at it, if you want.


It's a new month and I have a new review for you: Gex for the 3DO, Sony PlayStation, and Sega Saturn. Besides the review, I got to play Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II for a little bit. I haven't played it for long, but it's been enjoyable so far. I'll report back once I've played more of the game.

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