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Game GearSEGA-Mag (Objectif-SEGA) (Jan 23, 2013)
On a souvent critiqué le nombre de jeux moindre de la Game Gear par rapport à la concurrente de Nintendo mais la console portable de SEGA avait incontestablement des perles. Et Tails Adventure en fait partie, au même titre qu’un Triple Trouble. Aspect signe là encore un excellent jeu pour ceux qui aiment la plate-forme (et le jeune renard à deux queues).
Game GearDefunct Games (Aug 19, 2007)
Since Tails Adventures was released in late in the Game Gear's lifespan, there aren't many used copies lying around. If you find this review intriguing, you may want purchase Sonic Gems for the GameCube or Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut for the Dreamcast, which features the Tails Adventure as an unlockable "mini-game". Do not be fooled by the word "mini-game." Its expansive world will keep you occupied for days.
Game GearSega Magazin (Germany) (Dec, 1995)
Dieses Energiebündel ist nicht zu stoppen: Die eingebauten Puzzles und die vielen möglichen Aktionen sorgen für beste Unterhaltung.
Game GearMega Fun (Dec, 1995)
Während die eher schlichte Optik noch abschreckt, überzeugt die umfangreiche Hopserei jedoch spielerisch. Die Levels sind klug aufgebaut, die unterschiedlichen Items bringen eine Prise Taktik mit ins Spiel und dank Passwortsystem könnt Ihr auch ohne Zeitdruck an einer längerfristigen Jump‘n Run-Karriere basteln.
Game GearPlayer One (Nov, 1995)
Du classique, avec quelques engins différents à piloter (comme un sous-marin) et de bons gros à défaire de temps en temps. La réalisation est de qualité, la jouabilité plutôt bonne... Un jeu sans grande prétention doté d'indéniables qualités.
Game GearMean Machines (Nov, 1995)
Brings nothing new to platforming, but does the job in fine style.
Game GearGamePro (US) (Jan, 1996)
Although Tails does a decent solo job, without speedier shoes, it's no wonder Sonic stayed home.
Game GearneXGam (Dec 27, 2009)
Tails Adventure ist nicht SEGAs größter Wurf der Game Gear Ära, aber ein gutes Spin-off als Alternative zur nächsten Sonic-Hüpferei. Schade nur das die Optik etwas hinter den Möglichkeiten des 8-Bitters zurückbleibt, Jump'n'Run Fans und Anhänger des kleinen Fuchses sollten sich das Modul aber durchaus mal genauer ansehen!
Game GearRetrospekt (May 25, 2010)
When all is said & done it’s a decent game. Not spectacular by any means, but it plays a good game, & that’s all we can ask really. The frustration from repeating levels until you get the right items can feel a bit unfair at times, but at least it’s not like Monty on the Run.
Game GearElectronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) (Jan, 1996)
Congrats go out to Sega, not only for releasing a new star, but for also making him responsive to control. The graphics of the animation sequences of our double-tailed hero and the enemies he is up against are really detailed. Although this type of title has been done more than 100 times before. Tails is still great fun with his giant inventory of items and secret-filled levels. Take Sonic off the fire - he's done. Bring in Tails as the new action hero.
Game GearSega Power (Dec, 1995)
An acceptable Game Gear platformer. Tired old format but popular in many regions, I've heard.
Nintendo 3DSDigitally Downloaded (Dec 12, 2013)
Tails Adventure is less a game to be played for enjoyment and more of a quirky curiosity buy for fans of the blue blur. There are fresh ideas here, some of which were impressively ahead of the genre at the time, but most players today are unlikely to appreciate fine details long past their relevance.