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Sonic Battle
06-04-16 12:18 AM
Sonic Battle - A Decent Sonic Game for the GBA
Sonic Battle Review

Overall: 6.5
The game is pretty good, but thanks to poor challenge and complexity, the overall rating is considerably less than excellent.

Graphics: 9
For a GameBoy Advance game, the imagery is pretty good, but the precise reason for such a high rating here is the animations. Spin dashes, explosions, movements... All-in-all, excellent animations this game presents, especially for a battle and / or arena style handheld console game!

Sound: 8
Sound in a GBA game - or any handheld console game - is nearly impossible to judge thoroughly, since almost all games of handheld consoles have very poor audio. Because of this, I have little choice but to rate this a rather high amount.

Addictiveness: 7
The reason for a somewhat-average rating here is due to the fact of little variety in options to travel through. However, over long periods of time, I would go back and play the game, due to fun battling overall.

Story: 8
This rating is due to obvious reasons: the story is rather intriguing, as there is good thought to it - different cities, several playable characters, unique playable versions of characters (such as changing the moves).

Depth: 5
As stated above (on Addictiveness), little variety is introduced over than changing the character fighting style. There is one way to play: fighting. Sure the maps are accessible during story but only for mission and location select.

Difficulty: 2
A rather drastic rating for this, but it is understandable, as the game is easily conquered. Get the right moves in and, boom, you're winning. Strategies have little to no meaning or importance in this game, so all you need to do ... is attack the enemy(s).

I thank you all for reading my review for Sonic Battle. I hope you liked my review and I hope you will read my future reviews. I wish you all Godspeed in your journeys of gaming!

KidSonic's Game History
Mario Party Advance (gba),   Pokemon Emerald (gba),   Sonic and Knuckles & Sonic 3 (gen),   Monopoly (n64),  
Game Boy Advance Games KidSonic owns (2)

Sega Genesis Games KidSonic owns (1)

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