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Everything suffers from the old Megadrive PAL problem, and the game's sluggish frame rate isn't helped by the presence of some gruesome slowdown whenever things threaten to get hectic. Which, sadly, they never really do. Clumsy in the extreme, chalk this one up alongside all the other failed attempts to crowbar Sonic into ill-fitting spin-off titles. The Sonic obsessed among you might squeeze some amusement from its obscure oddity factor, but it's certainly not worth the 800 point asking price.
The game is annoyingly jerky and lacks the silky-smooth scrolling of Alien Crush (also available on the Virtual Console). The ball physics are unconvincing and the platforming elements only serve to frustrate - they're a long way from the original Sonic platform games in terms of quality.