#4 Sonic Generations (Sega)
Sega's spiky-haired mascot has had a rough trot in recent years. Abandoned by gamers who were all grown up and turfed out of his console hearth 'n' home, the hedgehog suffered a severe identity crisis. Recent games have all been desperate attempts at reinvention, with RPG elements, 'gritty' supporting characters and even car racing sections muddying the platforming action. Thankfully, Sonic Generations was a much-needed return to the series' beloved roots. The seamless fusion of 3D and 2D gameplay was a stroke of genius, while the numerous tributes to Sonic's past kept long-term fans grinning from start to finish. Despite being the best Sonic game in at least a decade, it averaged well under 80-per cent on Metacritic across all formats. For shame.
Get it here on PC for $18.81.
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