Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Sonic the Hedgehog for the PlayStation 3. In this game you play not only as Sonic The Hedgehog, but also as Shadow the Hedgehog as well as a new character called Silver the Hedgehog. This game’s storyline takes place throughout the Kingdom of Soleanna (the City of Water).
The protagonists in this game consist of Sonic the Hedgehog (the Blue Blur)(Main Hero), Shadow the Hedgehog (the Ultimate Lifeform)(Sonic’s Rival), Silver the Hedgehog (a PsychoKinetic)(Time-Traveling rebel), Miles “Tails” Prower (a Two-Tailed Fox)(Sonic’s best friend), Knuckles the Echidna (the Last of his Kind)(the Master Emerald’s lone Guardian), Rouge the Bat (a Jewel Thief/Secret Agent)(Shadow’s accomplice), E-123 Omega(a Robotic Soldier)(Shadow’s ally), Blaze the Cat (a PyroKinetic)(Silver’s best friend/partner) and Amy Rose (a PikoPiko Hammer wielding Battle-Maiden)(Sonic’s self-proclaimed Girlfriend). The antagonists in this game consist of Dr. EggMan (the Main Villain)(an Evil super-genius/Sonic’s arch-enemy), Mephiles the Dark (the Embodiment of Darkness), Iblis(the Flames of Disaster) and Solaris (the Sun God of Soleanna)(the Flame of Hope/Disaster).
In conclusion, I found this game to be extremely tense yet highly emotional. For instance, there was both intense sadness and incredible happiness when Sonic the Hedgehog was killed by Mephiles the Dark then Resurrected through the power of all seven Chaos Emeralds. In short, this game is without a doubt worthy of being the Sonic the Hedgehog franchises 15th anniversary.
Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Video Games Live. Video Games Live is a concert featuring video game music as well as a collaborated/synchronized mixture of lighting, Effects and interactive segments.
Video Games Live tours the entire world and was originally founded/created/hosted by Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall in 2002. On July 6, 2005, Video Games Live made its big debut at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California.
In conclusion, Video Games Live has been around for 16 years and is scheduled to perform in Phoenix, AZ at Symphony Hall on March 12, 2018 at 7:30 PM. Plus, I found Video Games Live to be an event where one relives one’s youth as well as experiences Tommy’s dream of merging video games with the musical sounds of a symphony orchestra/rock concert.
Hello, my name is Charles & I’m here to tell you about the The Sonic The Hedgehog video game franchise. The Sonic The Hedgehog video game franchise had its first release in the US on June 23, 1991 which has continued throughout multiple gaming systems through the year 2013. The main protagonist of this gaming series is a blue hedgehog named Sonic AKA The Blue Blur because he is the fastest thing alive due to his unequaled speed. The main antagonist of this gaming series is a evil genius with a perfect IQ of 300 named Dr. Ivo “Eggman” Robotnik AKA Dr. Eggman. Dr. Eggman’s goal is worldwide to universal conquest which he tries to accomplish by turning organic lifeforms into robots or through the use of the all-powerful Chaos Emeralds comprising of the colors Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Purple, Cyan & Silver. Yet, Sonic always manages to foil Dr. Eggman’s plans sometimes with or without the help of his friends Miles Prower AKA Tails who is a two tailed fox who can fly by spinning his tails around like a propeller & Knuckles The Echidna who is not only the last of his kind but also the sole guardian of the Master Emerald which of course keeps the power of the Chaos Emeralds in balanced check.
The Sonic The Hedgehog game franchise is chronologically listed as followed: Sonic The Hedgehog (6-23-1991)(Sega Genesis), Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (11-24-1992)(Sega Genesis), Sonic The Hedgehog CD (11-19-1993)(Sega CD), Sonic Chaos (11-23-1993)(Sega Game Gear), Sonic The Hedgehog 3 (2-2-1994)(Sega Genesis), Sonic & Knuckles (10-17-1994)(Sega Genesis), Sonic The Hedgehog-Triple Trouble (10-11-1994)(Sega Game Gear), Sonic Advance (2-3-2002)(Game Boy Advance), Sonic Advance 2 (3-9-2003)(Game Boy Advance), Sonic Advance 3 (6-7-2004)(Game Boy Advance), Sonic Rush (11-15-2005)(Nintendo DS), Sonic Rush Adventure (9-18-2007)(Nintendo DS), Sonic Adventure (9-9-1999)(Sega DreamCast), Sonic Adventure 2 (6-19-2001)(Sega DreamCast), Sonic Heroes (1-5-2004)(PlayStation 2), Sonic The Hedgehog-15th anniversary (11-14-2006)(PlayStation 3), Sonic & The Secret Rings (2-20-2007)(Nintendo WII), Sonic Unleashed (11-18-2008)(Playstation 3), Sonic & The Black Knight (3-3-2009)(Nintendo WII), Sonic Colors (11-16-2010)(Nintendo WII), Sonic Generations-20th anniversary (11-1-2011)(Playstation 3) & Sonic Lost World (10-29-2013)(Nintendo 3DS).
In conclusion, the popularity of this video game franchise is on par with The Legend Of Zelda, Super Mario & Kirby game franchises thus I hope that this particular game series will teach people to not only respect one’s life naturally, but to also appreciate it for as long as they are able.