Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric review.
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Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric for the Nintendo Wii U developed by Big Red Button and published by SEGA.
There aren’t many modern video games as notorious as this. Released to overwhelmingly negative reviews and reception, Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric was a financial disaster for SEGA. But is it as bad as the hype would have you believe? Sonic Boom is a platformer that combines three varieties of Sonic gameplay—2D platforming, open 3D worlds and on-rails running. If you’ve been a fan of Sonic games from any era, there are levels in Sonic Boom for you. The 2D elements aren’t as fast as traditional 2D Sonic levels, but because of their slower place, they offer slightly tighter platforming. In fact, if you can rise above the game’s technical issues, lack of polish, bizarre presentation and clunky 3D designs, Rise Of Lyric isn’t that bad. Still pretty bad, though. Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric includes single-player and local multiplayer on the Nintendo Wii U.
This video review features video gameplay footage of Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric for the Nintendo Wii U and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s Derek.