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TheOcelot last won the day on April 14 2019

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  1. Sonic 2 is 25 years old. What do you think of Sonic 2 after all this time?

    1. Monkey Destruction Switch

      Monkey Destruction Switch

      I really like it. One of my favorites.

    2. McGroose


      Least favorite of the classic trilogy.

    3. Mr Loopone

      Mr Loopone

      I'll still think that it is a good game. Really like Chemical Plant, Casino Night, Mystic Cave but found Sky Chase really boring and there are parts that need a bit more time to polish such as Metropolis (really like the stage but the enemy placement needs a tweak), Death Egg and the Special Stages however has better flow of speed compared to Sonic 1. The spin dash is a great move for Sonic and makes it easier to go up curves. Music's great.

      Not my favourite Sonic game but would be in my Top 5, my favorite of the Genesis games.

    4. Pelvic WOO! engine

      Pelvic WOO! engine

      Up there with sonic 3 for me.

    5. Kiah


      Still like it. After all, it’s the game that Tails debuted in! ?

    6. McGroose


      There's just too much about the game I dislike. Emerald Hill's level design has really awkward slopes and terrain and Coconuts is an annoying motherfucker, easily the worst Badnik in the game (Even more so to me than the Metropolis ones), Casino Night is too blocky, aquatic ruin and Hill Top look really pretty, but are boring and feel uninspired, Mystic Cave is OK and I always loved Oil Ocean. Metropolis just sucks and Sky Chase is a chore. Wing Fortress is actually a really fun level in the game. The Death Egg's bosses are very creatively designed, but the lack of an actual level always underwhelmed me.

      The special stages are my least favorite in the series, probably the worst in my opinion 2nd only to 3D Blast on the Genesis. 
      It's ironic that my favorite level in the game is that was scrapped and redesigned for the mobile port.

    7. Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

      Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

      I want to love it, but something about it rubs me the wrong way and turns me off from it whenever I try to play it.

    8. JezMM


      Least favourite here too.  It's so bad for unpredictable hazards from very early on in the game.  Sonic CD is TECHNICALLY worse for "punishing the player for going fast without knowing the level" but for some reason I find the non-damaging/lethal hazards of that game far less annoying than the Grounders and Slicers of Sonic 2.

      There are even some spots, like the Shellcrackers in corridors with no room to jump over them, or the cluster of Whisps above the springboard near the end of of Act 1(?) in Aquatic Ruin that to this day I don't understand how it's possible to not take damage from them.

      I still play it FAIRLY often on mobile if I'm burned out on my other choices there - 1 and CD, but I'd play S3&K so much more if I could.

    9. Wraith


      It's one of the best Sonic games ever made.

    10. Clewis


      It's up there with some of my most favorite in the franchise and is also the first Sonic game I ever played.

      Although I've spent so much time playing it over the years my general feelings towards it are a bit numb at this point.

    11. PaulyBFromDa303


      I remember being super excited about it when I was 4. Even back then Sonic meant a lot to me

    12. Celestia


      It's pretty good. 7/10 tho' cuz Tails can't fly (...in the official versions I've played, anyway)

    13. Milo


      Despite cheap enemy placement and a high difficulty spike 2/3rds in (starting with Oil Ocean), it's still easily among the best Sonic games. Really amazing how it tightens up and streamlines a lot of the weaker elements from the first game (level design especially) to positive effect; and adds stuff like multiplayer and Super Sonic. And the music is among the series' best.

      The level design also has a stronger playground mentality to it in regards to its physics that you don't really see in the other classic games. There's few and far places in the old games where you can do something like this Bouncing Challenge:


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