The fate of Sonic the Hedgehog’s world is in your hands – Join the Uprising.
Sonic Forces is an action adventure game made by Sonic Team & Hardlight and published by SEGA. Experience fast-paced action with these three unique gameplay styles, explore iconic stages, plus, fight across unique added content with Shadow as a playable character! Players run at high speeds around levels filled with obstacles and elements such as spring boards and boost pads. Levels are populated by robots and other hazards created by series antagonist Doctor Eggman. Scattered around levels are golden rings that serve as a form of health: rings protect players from damage caused by robots or other hazards, though they lose their rings upon being hit. Unlike other games in the franchise, lost rings cannot be recollected and players have unlimited lives.
|Release Date: 7 Nov, 2017|
Developer: Sonic Team, Hardlight
Genre: Action, Adventure
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 7
- Each stage features an abundance of tricks and traps such as loops, crumbling ground, springs and moving platforms. Work out how to make the best use of these to speed you through the stages.
- There are many possible routes through each stage. In some routes you may find a Red Star Ring hidden away.
- Break open an Item Box to receive an item such as bonus Rings, Invincibility, and Power Sneakers for super speed.
- Mount a grind rail to slide quickly along it. When there are parallel rails, you can jump between them. Some rails end suddenly, so keep your wits about you!
Sonic Forces Trailer
Sonic Forces Review
Sonic Forces is a confident game, serving up a story and stages that go for broke while dodging the pitfalls of the past. There’s a moment early on in Sonic Forces where Sonic says that it’s “not time for thinking. It’s time for running.” The story is well crafted and not so serious that it forgets that the main character is a super fast blue hedgehog against a fat egg shaped doctor who builds robots. As long as you’re not a hardline 3D Sonic hater, this earnest, entertaining adventure is worth a spin.