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The graphics and sounds aren't special. The simple layout is appealing, but the itty bitty Sonic is a strain without bifocals. Standard Sonic rinky-dink sounds aren't essential to the game; you'll want to turn them off. Sonic has starred in some excellent Game Gear games. This change-of-pace cart is a good addition to his handheld collection.
Alors si vous connaissez dans votre entourage des gnom... pardon, des enfants en bas âge pour qui Sonic est un héros des temps modernes, alors soyez sympa : dites que Sonic Labyrinth est fait pour eux, ils apprécieront.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Sonic without his zippy speed is just wrong. Why not just follow the same Sonic Spinball routine instead of pretending he can actually move while on his feet? The graphics are fairly clear, but the sloppy and poor control drags this one down for me. This title overall tried to mix the standard side-scrolling Sonic game with a worthless pinball title and failed. In turn, this one just comes up short in both playability and enjoyment, causing boredom after the first few stages.