Sonic Colors: Ultimate is exactly what it claims to be, an Ultimate version of an already decent Sonic title. Many gamers dismissed it the first time, but if you are a Sonic fan, you owe it to yourself to check this one out. Blind Squirrel Games did an excellent job, changing what needed to be changed and leaving what worked originally intact. Super fun, challenging, and reasonably priced (even for the deluxe edition), this is a perfect title to celebrate Sonic The Hedgehog’s 30th anniversary.
As a remake, Sonic Colors: Ultimate does not pay much attention to many of the details, there is not much difference from the original except for a better graphics. However, based on the excellent quality of the original game, Sonic Colors: Ultimate is still a work that allows players to fully appreciate the charm of the Sonic series.
An impressive remaster of an already entertaining Sonic game, this should keep Sonic fans busy until we get something new (as long as you're happy replaying levels for S-Ranks, because otherwise it's pretty short).
Sonic Colours: Ultimate varies the traditional gameplay with new mechanics that will delight younger players. The new mechanics and a few moments make it an interesting but somewhat accessible Sonic for veterans.
When Sonic Colors: Ultimate feels like a Sonic game, it’s tremendously satisfying. When it deviates from the familiar pattern, it all feels a bit too slow and forced, shoving in too many ideas to master any of them.
Sonic Colours Ultimate serves as a sad reminder that even the 3D Sonic games that are ‘one of the good ones’ don’t hold up very well. The updated visuals, soundtrack, and gameplay tweaks at least make it a better experience than the original, and some quality of life upgrades make the worst parts marginally less painful. Sonic fans nostalgic for this game will likely still value having this remaster in their collection, but the new customisable options and Rival Rush Mode are simply not enough to make up for what Sonic Colours lacks. It’s hardly what we were hoping to get from Sonic’s 30th anniversary.
You Can Call It A Remaster But I Will Just Say Its Sonic Colors On Modern Platforms With New Features There's Really No Changes Besides: OH GOD IM HAVING A SEZURUIE TOO MANY COLORS!!! AHHHHHH!!!!!! Oh And There Seizure Glitch's On The Switch Oh And This Is A 7 At Best
It was incredibly broken and buggy and launch, and they're still things in the game that haven't been fixed. The game looks worse than it's original release on the Wii in 2010, which is a 11 year year console with less processing power. While it's a good game on the Wii, there are better Sonic games out there like Sonic Adventure 1 & 2, Sonic Unleashed, and Sonic Generations that you can play.
Honestly I had High Hopes for this remaster but unfortunately the expectations were not forfilled, However`let me Explain
So I am a sonic fan a big one to and to pre order the digital deluxe version of this game and play it was well not the best experience to be fully honest here, however heres why I Am rating it the score I Am
The Customisation is a neat addition to the game but to me it fills very filler Like, and like it was just there as a reason to buy, also I Was not happy to find that some of the music tracks had changed now I Like the relaxing track for Aquariam park act 1 but the remix here removes that relaxing feeling, now the remix isnt bad just not what was expected, there should have been an option to choose which version, Now i Wanna make it clear that the controls are Janky at many times and dont feel smooth,
However, my Positives are
Decent Music (Despite Changes).
SummaryThe evil Dr. Eggman has built an interstellar amusement park – but he’s powering it with a captured alien race called “Wisps.” Use Sonic’s speed to free the Wisps and gain their amazing powers as you explore six colorful unique worlds.