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Sonic Riders Zero Gravity
Sonic Riders Zero Gravity
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Sonic Riders Zero Gravity

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Price: $29.99
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Description

In Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, Sonic takes on to futuristic-inspired tracks and travels as far as outer space to push the limits of speed even further. From illuminated highways in a bustling metropolis to the outer reaches of space, you will race at the speed of light on 16 dynamic courses. You can switch up your vehicles, even in mid-race, to best suit your racing style. Transformations include a hover board, motorcycle and futuristic hovercraft, plus multiple options for upgrading ensure that no two vehicles will be the same. Depending on the vehicle upgrade, hidden routes may be uncovered, such as gliding on the air at the bottom of a valley, or riding through thick walls. Now, whether the terrain is waterway, highway or jungle, the action never slows down!

Product Details

UPC:

010086650136

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Racing

Platform:

Nintendo Wii

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

WII_SONIC_RIDERS_ZERO_GRAVITY

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Muito Bom
Qualidade boa, chegou relativamente rápido no meu País!!! Super Recomendo
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Brazil on
5
4 Stars
Catch My (Zero) Gs
Gee, what a game! In this sequel to Sonic Riders, Team Sonic and the Babylon Rogues get caught in a little adventure centered around mysterious stones with the power to control gravity. The story is just as short as its predecessor, but that's fine when you consider the time this game was being developed. Plus, I prefer this story as it feels more like a little adventure, plus the Babylon Rogues are a little more likable. Well, two improve, one goes a step backwards. The gameplay centers around a mix of mechanics from the previous game, but with new mechanics implemented into the game as well to give the game its own identity. Old mechanics are also revised and/or simplified, such as the grinding having much longer jumps and automatically landing on rails, to tricks now being automatic and based on speed and which direction your holding when making the trick (don't be stale with the directions). The latter change I'm personally not the biggest fan of. Another change is that the game does is that before starting the story mode, the tutorial is made upfront and interactive, rather than the easily overlooked tutorial video in the predecessor. With that said, the game does feel like a satisfactory sequel, albeit not perfect. One of the bigger issues I have with the game is that the sense of speed feels less prevalent in this game. I would like to explain a bit more, but it primarily consists of the presentation, a lack of the usual "boost" mechanic that the previous game had, and how the tricks are performed (although the last one makes sense with how the gravity mechanics work). Another thing is that while some may not like that this version game was given GameCube controller support (symbol not on the box but in the Instruction Booklet) yet not Classic Controller support (in regards with the Wii U), at least the developers had bothered giving a traditional control scheme (not to mention that works well) for the game. It's more egregious when one switches a game intended for traditional controls but shoehorns them in with less regard with the new controls. I'm looking at you, GameCube-intended Super Paper Mario. Also that this game has a PS2 version with no motion controls. So if one doesn't like the motion controls, there's at least other options. Plus, factoring in several other games being developed at the time (Sonic and the Secret Rings and Sonic Unleashed), it makes sense why the more established (and very popular) GameCube controller would be chosen.
Reviewed by: from Edwardsburg, MI on
4
5 Stars
Complete
The game is actually really really cool. After you learn how to play using the tutorial it's great. My con is when I made the purchase I could have sworn I chose complete so I was a little disappointed when I didn't receive the case for the game but other than that it's cool. Definitely recommend if you love the original game. In terms of story and courses I like Sonic Riders more. But in terms of fluidity, graphics and a few courses this game is really good too.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from USA on
5

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