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Sonic Advance & Sonic Pinball Bundle by Sega

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Sonic Advance & Sonic Pinball Bundle is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
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  • Platform: Nintendo GBA
  • Publisher: Sega
  • Developer: Sega of America
  • Category: Action

Product Details:

Sonic Advance:Dr. Robotnik has concocted a diabolical scheme, and it's up to you to stop him. Play as Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, or Amy as you collect Chaos Emeralds and thwart his nefarious machines. You'll need all the help you can get, because this all-new quest gets more challenging by the minute with tons of puzzles and traps. Evade the obstacles and enemies, unlock secret areas, and uncover the hidden Chaos Emeralds to transform into Super Sonic for the final battle against Dr. Robotnik! Sonic Pinball: When Sonic Team throws a party, you just never know who is going to show up! Amigo the monkey and NiGHTS join Sonic and his friends for some lively pinball competition, multi-player party games, and of course, lots of ring gathering. Once you've built up a nice pile of rings, head to Casinopolis for Roulette, Slots, and Bingo. Each ring converts to a ball, so the more rings you have, the longer you can play! Where there is Sonic, you know Dr. Eggman is not far behind, and you'll have plenty of opportunities to take down the evil doctor in Egg Mode or Story Mode with your pinball wizardry.


Sonic Advance Features:
* Play as Sonic, Tails, Knuckles or Amy.

* Blazing fast gameplay.

* Classic 2D gameplay with amazing new graphics.


Sonic Pinball Features:
* Five game modes include Arcade Mode, Party Mode, Story Mode, Casinopolis, and Tiny Chao Garden.

* Uncover hidden zones and play mini-games such as Slots and Bingo.

* Connect with up to three friends and play Hot Potato, Air Hockey, or Ladder Climb Party Games!

* Throw a multi-player party using the Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable (sold separately).

* Connect to Sonic Adventure 2: Battle and Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut with the Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable to transfer your Chao to your GameCube.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Yes! Sonic Advanced! No! Sonic Pinball Party! I like the sonic advanced portion of the game very much, but it's not worth the money for the Sonic Pinball Party
Date published: 2012-06-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sonic Advance is a good game, but I wish I could say the same for Pinball Party. I got this game because I had a plane trip and thought the 2 in one idea was cool. After all, it was cheap, so I thought, why not? So I picked up the game the day before we left and popped in the cartridge into my Game Boy Micro for a little test. The first Sonic Advance was good, but not as good as it's successors, such as Advance 2, 3, and Battle. The graphics can be really choppy sometimes, like sometimes you'll have Knuckles running and his left foot will seem to be gliding along. It makes him look like he's skipping. Other than that, the game is pretty fun. You've got 4 characters to choose from, and you don't even have to unlock them. They each have a special move, like Sonic's Insta-Shield, Amy's Piko-Piko Hammer, and Knuckles's punches. The Insta Shield is particularly helpful in reflecting projectiles or when an enemy pops out at you. As usual, the music was great, and fits their respective zones perfectly. Secret Base Zone has a mystery feel to it, and Angel Island Zone makes you feel like you're high in the air. Now, in the area of challenge, the main game is not extremely challenging, but Sega really upped the ante with the special stages. They make it literally impossible to get the Chaos Emeralds. I have found at least 5 Special Springs (which take you to the Special Stage) so far, and have not even come close to the required Ring Amount. So I'm pretty sure I won't be getting Super Sonic any time soon. Now, moving on to Pinball Party. I pretty much have no interest in this game for a couple of reasons. One is that it is JUST AN ORDINARY PINBALL BALL. Or is it just pinball? Never mind. Anyway, I thought that the balls would be Sonic, Tails, Shadow, whoever, just curled up in their ball forms. But no, just a stupid silver ball. The other main reason I don't play it is because of the INSANE REQUIREMENTS. For the very first level, you have to get 10,000,000 points. The closest I have ever gotten in 350,000. This is very hard for me...maybe I'm missing a secret or something, but this really is an INSANE requirement for the VERY FIRST LEVEL. Overall, I wasn't overjoyed with this, but it is decent. I don't think I'll keep it for long, however.
Date published: 2010-05-19
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