User:Hyper Sonic

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Hello, and welcome to my Wiki page! As you know, my Username here on Wikipedia is Hyper Sonic. The reason I chose this name is that it was Sonic the Hedgehog's most powerful form in Sonic 3 & Knuckles. When the player collected the Chaos Emeralds in Sonic 3 and then the Super Emeralds in Sonic & Knuckles, he would have the same attributes as Super Sonic (Sonic's second form), but in addition he would glow with all of the colors of the Chaos Emeralds, would be impervious to drowning in water, could double-jump in any direction, and finally he could utilize an unbelievable special attack which could wipe out all of the badniks on-screen!

The reason you visited my page was probably because you saw me in the history of an article or because I appeared in a discussion. Or maybe it was because you are a die-hard Sonic fan like I am (thus the name "Hyper Sonic)! Whoever you are, thanks for visiting me!

If you have any tips, ideas, suggestions, or anything "Sonic-related", please post them in my discussion section. If you don't want to chat, all I ask is that you just post your signature so I know that you visited. Thanks for coming, and don't forget to play those Sonic titles!

(If you have another moment to spare, check out my game ratings! I'm taking the time to write reviews for a wealth of games that I have. This isn't easy, and it takes a very long while to do. I hope that they're useful.)

Hyper Sonic in Sonic 3 & Knuckles[edit]

Wow! I've finally collected all of the Chaos Emeralds and Super Emeralds, and now that I have experienced Hyper Sonic in action, I've made the final conclusion that this is Sonic's most powerful form in any of his games...ever. If you have access to Sonic 3 and Sonic & Knuckles make no hesitation to begin your journey through the Special Stages. You'll be rewarded big-time!

  • Chaos Emeralds: CHECK!
  • Super Emeralds: CHECK!

Trivia[edit]

"Hyper Sonic" was the first and original project title for Sonic and the Secret Rings!

Sonic the Hedgehog / Video Game Articles[edit]

Here's a list of pages I think you should check out! (If you didn't already - but if you did, another refresher never hurt anybody!):

  • "Sonic Stuff"
  • Sonic the Hedgehog --------------- (Sega's blue hedgehog hero)
  • Super Sonic ----------------------------- (Sonic's second most powerful transformation; has a section on Hyper Sonic!)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog series -------- (a blast from the past and what's coming next)
  • Sega Genesis Collection --------------- (a huge collection of Sega Genesis games that shouts, "Old School!")
  • Sonic and the Secret Rings -------------- (Sonic's next big adventure....on the Wii!)
  • "Video Game Stuff"
  • Wii ----------------------------------------------- (Nintendo's innovative and motion-sensing home video game console)
  • Advance Wars series ------------------------ (a series of engaging strategy games)
  • F-Zero ---------------------------------------------- (one of the fastest racing experiences out there!)
  • Metal Slug -------------------------------------------- (an unforgetable shoot-em-up)
  • Ristar --------------------------------------------------- (a true masterpiece on the Sega Genesis; produced by Sonic Team)

Nintendo Game Boy Advance Game Ratings[edit]

Here's a list of GBA games that I currently own. They're organized from the highest score I gave to them to the lowest score at the bottom. I always try to be objective. This list will most likely change very often since Nintendo DS games are getting more and more abundant. As a result, more GBA games are being tossed in the bargain bin. Most of the titles seen in this list rarely exceed $10 or $15, which means that I often get GBA games on sale. Some titles are true gems, but others aren't so flattering. Skim down the list if you like - some of these games might be in your collection! (Ratings subject to change. You know how it is. Once I buy a game, sometimes I get really hyped up and the score I give to it might be unreasonable. The games with "(NEW!)" next to them might change drastically in the weeks that follow their listing.)

Scoring Guide[edit]

  • Gameplay: The overall experience of the plot, character development, configuration, in-game mechanics, slowdown, etc.
  • Graphics: The visual elements in the game including outline and color variety.
  • Audio: The sound quality in the game; includes BGM and SE. (Everyone has there favorite music styles, so depending on individual taste a score for this genre may be decided mostly by how the music appeals to someone.)
  • Variety: Level dispersion and availability of different game modes
  • Time Spent: The amount of time used playing the game. (This genre can be misleading at times for one can play a game for as long as he wishes to.)
  • Value: The question, "Was it worth the purchase?" can be used in determining this.
  • Overall: The complete experience of the entire game. (Similar to tilt used on some gaming websites.)


Well, there you have it! Enjoy! (The asterisks used for rating the individual genres are a 1 - 10 / 10 method.)


  • F-ZERO GP Legend - (Positive: high-speed racing | endless track variety and great color selection | the audio was just astounding | tons of modes to keep the player playing for hours a day | wacky character design | multiplayer modes | a very reasonable pricetag / Negative: the track has noticable "big pixels" seen when the screen stops moving | the "bounce effect": if the driver hits a barrier alongside the track, he'll keep bouncing from side to side if he doesn't slow down / Cost: $5.96 - $6.96 )
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  • SCORE -------- 9.4 / 10 - Excellent

  • Drill Dozer - (Positive: a new, innovative platformer | incredibly simple and engaging gameplay | sharp, crisp graphics | the music wasn't just thrown into the game: every level had music that was suited for it, not to mention rockin' BGM and appropiate SE | great story and character development / Negative: no multiplayer | Jill and the Drill Dozer were the only characters to play levels with | fairly short duration if it wasn't for the unlockable levels and treasures to collect / Cost: approx. $7.00)
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  • SCORE -------- 9.3 / 10 - Excellent

  • Gunstar Super Heroes - (Positive: engaging storyline | gorgeous graphics | intense gameplay | plenty of sound effects and futuristic BGM / Negative: short duration / Cost: $9.99)
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  • SCORE -------- 8.3 / 10 - Great

  • Metal Slug Advance - (Positive: fast-paced gameplay | beautiful graphics | excellent music and SE / Negative: only 5 levels + unlockable dungeons | extremely short game duration unless the player collects the game's cards | lose all cards gained in the level so far if the character is killed / Cost: $9.99)
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  • SCORE -------- 7.6 / 10 - Good

  • Super Monkey Ball, Jr. - (Positive: 3D graphics | tons of levels and different game modes | cool music | multiplayer modes / Negative: a few annoying sound effects are used too often | as the levels progress, the game becomes almost unbeatable | nothing to distinguish the 4 playable characters abilities; they all play the same / Cost: $10.00 - $15.00)
  • Gameplay ---- ******
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  • SCORE -------- 7.3 / 10 - Good

  • Snood - (Positive: addicting gameplay | music was catchy | great pick-it-up-and-play / Negative: graphics were plain | virtually no storyline / Cost: $6.00)
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  • SCORE -------- 6.0 / 10 - Fair

  • Frogger's Adventures: Temple of the Frog - (Positive: classic Frogger gameplay | great color variety | appropiate BGM | reasonable price / Negative: very short game duration | one game mode / Cost: $5.99)
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  • SCORE -------- 5.7 / 10 - Mediocre

  • Star Wars: The New Droid Army - (Positive: realistic sound effects and graphics / Negative: Some aspects of gameplay were annoying | different environments took too long to get to which leads to a lack of variety / Cost: $10.00 - $15.00)
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  • SCORE -------- 5.4 / 10 - Mediocre

  • Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis (NEW!) - (Positive: It's the original Genesis version of the first Sonic the Hedgehog game | new save feature | spin dash maneuver is implemented / Negative: Massive slowdown runs rampant throughout which severely injures the original gameplay formula | frequent stuttering | a few musical pieces sound irregular / Cost: $19.99)
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  • SCORE -------- 5.1 / 10 - Mediocre

  • BIONICLE - (Positive: Good graphics / Negative: even though each level had a different theme, gameplay was awkward | same introduction to every Toa's level | painstakingly difficult / Cost: 14.88)
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  • SCORE -------- 4.6 / 10 - Poor

  • Super Hornet F/A 18F - (Positive: good graphics / Negative: gameplay was dull and frustrating, and had only two game modes - regular game and a practice landing gimmick | overpriced / Cost: $10.00 - $15.00)
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  • SCORE -------- 4.1 / 10 - Poor

  • Battle Bots: Design & Destroy - (Positive: Build your own bot | Multiplayer battles / Negative: gameplay was very bland and almost pointless; poor graphics and audio / Cost: $6.96)
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  • SCORE -------- 3.7 / 10 - Bad

  • Golden Nugget CASINO - (Positive: 4 modes & 9 games | reasonable price / Negative: mediocre graphics and audio, along with no tutorials to speak of / Cost: $2.00)
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  • SCORE -------- 2.4 / 10 - Horrible

Sega Smashpack is coming soon


GBA Videos are coming soon

Nintendo DS Game Ratings[edit]

Here's some DS titles that I currently own. At present, Game Boy Advance games can be bought dirt cheap, while DS games hover around the $20 - 40 area. So don't expect this list to dramatically increase any time soon. (I'm extremely selective on my DS title purchases. The two listed below are the only two I have, and I strongly recommend both of them.)


  • Advance Wars: Dual Strike - (Positive: incredibly immersive gameplay | Story Mode is a truely unforgettable experience: 20+ missions accompanied by a very cool storyline | tons and tons of game modes | several playable characters | amazing BGM and SE variety | a slew of multiplayer modes | DS download play (only one DS game needed for up to four players) | you'll never run out of things to do / Negative: On Mission 21, a satellite threatens your forces on the ground. The player needs to destroy it in 50 minutes before it sends a shield on the black obelisk. Problem is, each time you're finished with a different team the game says Day 1, and then Day 2, and so on. Since Days are counted, wouldn't the satellite have sent its beam before the first Day is over? A glitch, but small. (The rest of the game foreshadows this.) / Cost: $19.99)
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  • SCORE -------- 9.7 / 10 - Unbelievable

  • Sonic Rush - (Positive: furious gameplay speed | two different playable characters (Sonic the Hedgehog and Blaze the Cat) with two intertwined storylines | crisp graphics | toe-tapping rhythms all throughout, especially the Dead Line level | DS download play (only one DS game needed for two players) | all in all, a 2D side-scrolling masterpiece / Negative: Chaos Emerald collecting was a little too easy | two playable characters, but still (why can't we play as Tails or Cream!?!) | a slight lack of gameplay modes | multiplayer mode could have used another two-player game / Cost: $29.99)
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  • SCORE -------- 9.0 / 10 - Excellent

Nintendo Wii Game Ratings[edit]

More will be added in the coming months, such as Wii Play and Sonic and the Secret Rings.


  • Wii Sports - (Positive: incredibly simple and satisfying gameplay; the player's movement results in on-screen action | 5 fun and popular sports to play in | "Mii enabled" | multiplayer modes for each sport | several Training options | Wii Fitness Test keeps you coming back every day | can earn different Mii skill levels / Negative: Training Mode training courses are too easy to unlock | Baseball can get repetitive after a while | even though skill points can be earned, there seems to be a lack of depth in this idea / Cost: (bundled with Wii console))
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  • SCORE -------- 8.8 / 10 - Great

Sonic Games[edit]

I have owned these Sonic games: Sonic Heroes

Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine

Sonic

Sonic 2


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