It also includes any improvements that are deemed as necessary to accommodate to the better control scheme, higher resolution graphics, and much smoother framerate.
Green Hill Zone, Chemical Plant and Sky Sanctuary are all transformed into stunning 3D stages, playable as both modern and classic Sonic.
Featuring interviews from creators and developers on Sonic Team, this is the final part of the Sonic documentary celebrating the blue blur’s 20th Anniversary.
Available on Nintendo 3DS, the game has a completely unique set of levels, exclusive to the handheld edition of Sonic Generations. The trailer shows the blazing fast sidescrolling gameplay as both Classic and Modern Sonic that players will get to experience in Sonic Generations for the 3DS.
This first segment details the creative process of the original Sonic Team and how they developed the idea to use a blue hedgehog as the face of SEGA.
Available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC download, Sonic Generations is the ultimate celebratory title for Sonic’s 20th Anniversary. The trailer is a compilation of the exciting classic and modern gameplay that players can expect to experience in Sonic Generations.
These legendary rivals have appeared in Sonic titles from the Genesis era to the Modern era and are now back to battle Sonic in his new adventure through time.
The re-imaged zones – Crisis City, Rooftop Run, and Planet wisp – have been redesigned for classic Sonic game play and completely new modern stages to blaze through with Modern Sonic.
City Escape, Seaside Hill and Speed Highway are all re-imaged zones, playable as both modern and classic Sonic. Fans are left wanting more, with Sonic the Hedgehog’s arch rival - Shadow the Hedgehog - making an appearance at the end.
This is a brand new Sonic Generations trailer revealing new levels, as well as the story line behind the title and screenshots of new levels.
The trailer gives a nostalgic look back at his previous titles, showing his evolution as a gaming icon all the way up to his upcoming title, Sonic Generations.
Check out the new Sonic Generations trailer from E3 2011.
Showing both classic and modern elements of the new title, the trailer reveals both playable versions of Sonic in both 2D and 3D.