Sonic CD (1993) Android vs iOS vs GameCube vs PS2 vs PS3 vs Genesis (is There a Big Difference?)



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Sonic the Hedgehog CD is a 1993 platform game for the Sega CD developed and published by Sega. The story follows Sonic the Hedgehog as he attempts to save an extraterrestrial body, Little Planet, from Doctor Robotnik. As a Sonic the Hedgehog series platformer, Sonic runs and jumps through several themed levels while collecting rings and defeating robots. Sonic CD is distinguished from other Sonic games by its time travel feature, a key aspect to the story and gameplay. By traveling through time, players can access different versions of stages, featuring alternative layouts, music, and graphics.

The Sega CD’s flagship game, Sonic CD was conceived as an enhanced port of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, but was reworked after lackluster sales of Sonic 2 in Japan. Directed by Sonic co-creator Naoto Ohshima, the developers designed the game to show off the technical capabilities of the Sega CD. The game features the debuts of Amy Rose and Metal Sonic, and includes animated cutscenes produced by Studio Junio (Toei Animation was credited, but it was outsourced to the former studio). Two soundtracks were composed for the game: the original score was composed by Naofumi Hataya and Masafumi Ogata, while the North American score was composed by Spencer Nilsen, David Young and Mark “Sterling” Crew.

Sonic CD is often called one of the best games in the Sonic series and the platform game genre. Reviewers praised its exceptional size, music, and the time travel feature, although some also believed the game did not use the Sega CD’s capabilities to its fullest. It sold over 1.5 million copies, making it the Sega CD’s bestseller. The game was ported to Windows as part of the Sega PC brand in 1996, and to PlayStation 2 and GameCube as part of Sonic Gems Collection in 2005. A remastered version, developed by Christian Whitehead using the Retro Engine, was released for various platforms and mobile devices in 2011.
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36 Replies to “Sonic CD (1993) Android vs iOS vs GameCube vs PS2 vs PS3 vs Genesis (is There a Big Difference?)”

  1. Super Blue Blur

    Can You Do A Sonic Evolution With These Games:
    Sonic The Hedgehog
    Sonic The Hedgehog (8-bit)
    Sonic Eraser
    Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car
    Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (8-bit)
    Sonic The Hedgehog 2
    SEGASonic Bros.
    Sonic CD
    Sonic Chaos
    SEGASonic The Hedgehog
    Sonic Spinball
    Sonic Spinball (8-bit)
    Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
    Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine (8-bit)
    SEGASonic Popcorn Shop
    SEGASonic Cosmo Fighter
    Sonic The Hedgehog 3
    Sonic & Knuckles
    Knuckles In Sonic 2
    Sonic 3 & Knuckles
    Sonic Triple Trouble
    Sonic Drift
    Sonic The Hedgehog’s Gameworld
    Tails And The Music Maker
    Sonic Drift 2
    Knuckles Chaotix
    Tails Adventure
    Tails Skypatrol
    Sonic Blast
    Sonic 3D Blast
    Sonic The Fighters
    Sonic R
    Sonic Jam
    Sonic Adventure
    Sonic Pocket Adventure
    Sonic Shuffle
    Sonic Advance
    Sonic Adventure 2
    Sonic Advance 2
    Sonic Racing Cart
    Sonic Heroes
    Sonic Advance 3
    Sonic Mega Collection
    Shadow The Hedgehog
    Sonic Gems Collection
    Sonic Mega Collection Plus
    Sonic Rush
    Sonic 06
    Sonic And SEGA All-Stars Racing
    Sonic RidersSonic Riders Zero GravitySonic Free Riders
    Sonic JumpSonic Jump Fever
    Sonic Rush Adventure
    Sonic At The Olympic Games
    Sonic And The Secret Rings
    Sonic Unleashed
    Sonic Unleashed Java
    Sonic And The Black Night
    Sonic And SEGA All-Stars Racing Transformed
    Sonic Classics Collection
    Sonic Colors
    Sonic Colors DS
    Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
    Sonic Generations
    Sonic Generations 3DS
    Sonic The Hedgehog Android
    Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 2
    Sonic Lost World
    Sonic Lost World 3DS
    Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Android
    Sonic CD Android
    Sonic Dash
    Sonic Boom: Rise Of Lyric
    Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal
    Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom
    Sonic Boom: Fire And Ice
    Sonic Mania
    Sonic Forces
    Sonic Mania Plus
    Team Sonic Racing
    Sonic At The 2020 Tokyo Games
    Sonic Colors Ultimate
    Sonic Origins

  2. NEWLuigi64

    Fun Fact: The genesis can run the same Sonic CD we know without the mega cd but it will not play those tracks that the CD implemented for the game

  3. Dan Ramos

    Your GameCube video capture is not very good. I use the digital-out with a Carby to get true HD quality sharp images but these look like they're coming out of a blurry, almost composite quality, output. Hrm And, as others are mentioning, you're not showing the Sega CD original SONIC CD game here. I have the game–bought it way back in the early 90s with my Sega CD. What you have here is not Sonic CD.

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