Sonic Forces is the latest and greatest game platform for Nintendo Switch, but that genre is it really? I’m here to tell you about its strengths and weaknesses and what makes it so special.
Sonic Forces, Yakuza Kiwami 2 – A good year for Sega. In last year’s year, Sonic the Hedgehog returned to the gaming scene. And was arguably not as strong as he has ever been in his previous outings. After long years away from the console scene due to the awful Sonic Boom: Raging Blast, the once-great hero. Returned to the scene with not only a brand new adventure. (the Sega-developed, Yakuza Kiwami 2) but also two new games. The nostalgic platforming game Sonic Mania, and a brand new entry in the Yakuza franchise, Yakuza Kiwami. Both of these games look great, but Sonic Mania is probably my favourite out of all three. Sonic Mania features a wide variety of levels with a number of stages spanning different dimensions. And each stage is filled with secrets, Easter eggs, and hidden objects to unlock.
All About Sonic Forces
The second game in the Yakuza series, Sonic Kiwame, is the spiritual successor to the original Yakuza game. This is a very different game than the first, in a number of ways. First of all, instead of being set in a fictional city. In Japan, the new game takes place in a new. Alternate world that is reminiscent of New York and San Francisco. Instead of fighting with street toughs, you are a part of a gang of Japanese businessmen. Who take up a job in an upstate New York casino. The game also adds new gameplay mechanics such as new combat moves and weapons.
The first difference between Sonic Kiwame and its sequel is that this game is actually a game. Unlike Yakuza Kiwami, which is essentially a story, Sonic Forces is a game that you can play for hours on end. You spend the majority of your time grinding through levels to level up, finding treasure, doing quests, or completing side missions, while unlocking new abilities and upgrades. In addition to this, there is also an in-game mission system where you can assign tasks to specific members of your gang.
There are many side missions and tasks in the game, but they are generally simple to accomplish. Most of them are either fighting mini-bosses or collecting all the stars that are scattered across the map. These small tasks to keep the game moving, but they aren’t the sort of thing that really get old after a while.
The second big change is the level design. Rather than running down a hallway, jump across platforms, and go through walls, Sonic Forces allows you to go through all three main zones at once. Each zone has a handful of rooms that consist of a few platforms and enemies, though you don’t have to fight through a whole section until you get all the collectibles in the room. Each zone is filled with new collectibles and side missions that are quite enjoyable.
All of these missions can be done alone or with up to four people, though some of them will require the help of another person, too. If you’re playing solo, the other players will act as guides to assist you in each level by pointing you in the right direction. or helping you find items. By doing this, you won’t miss any secret areas and they can help you complete a lot more side missions, too.
Overall, Sonic Forces manages to maintain its level of difficulty without ever feeling too hard, while still maintaining the sense of adventure that made the first two games so popular in the first place. A good example of this is how each level ends, because the last one often features a boss, which can really ramp up the tension and keep you guessing.