Sonic Generations - Casino Nights Pinball DLC
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Requires Sonic Generations (base game) to use this DLC
Play through the iconic ‘Casino Night’ Pinball stage inspired by ‘Sonic The Hedgehog 2’, and bring your screen to life with an exclusive theme – no Sonic Generations experience is complete without this exclusive content!
Mildly entertaining, but not necessary.digiconner | Aug. 1, 2014 | See all digiconner's reviews »
This DLC gives you a small pinball mini game, where you can play as either Classic Sonic or Modern Sonic, with slightly different gameplay features between them. It's not bad as a break from the standard action, and fun to play for a couple of times. If you're really interested in buying this, then go ahead, as it's pretty cheap. However, if you're not that bothered then there's not much point getting it. It doesn't really add anything to the game or the story, and is just fun for a couple of games.
Cheap and entertainingScorpy | Jan. 14, 2013 | See all Scorpy's reviews »
This DLC is very fairly priced and just as entertaining. This takes the Sonic Spinball premise and turns it into a pretty good distraction. Unlike the overpriced Sonic Spinball, this DLC has a great asking price. Plus, the new music rendition of Casino Nights is great.
Still really want a Casino Nights level though.
A Decent Diversion, but UnnecessaryCrimsonWizard | Dec. 26, 2012 | See all CrimsonWizard's reviews »
In case you did not see earlier, this is not for a new level for Sonic Generations, but merely a pinball mini-game themed after Sonic 2's Casino Night level, given as a pre-order bonus way back when Generations was originally released.
That said, for about a couple bucks, you get a pinball mini-game where you flip Sonic around a pinball table, trying to score as many points as you can. Unfortunately, that's about it. While it's nice that Sonic Spinball gets a little nod in Generations, this does match the sort of fun that title provided. Sonic is stuck in ball form, and there is no objective other than points.
It's not a bad pinball game, mind you. It's a bit easy, and doesn't feel quite as solid as other pinball games I've played, it works fairly well and gives you a nice in-game break from the platform perils. That said, you can skip the DLC as well, and not miss anything. Honestly, it comes down to if you enjoy pinball and/or if you're eager to finish the Sonic collection.
A small minigamepanz3r88 | Dec. 10, 2012 | See all panz3r88's reviews »
This DLC adds to Sonic Generations a pinball stage similar to the Casino levels that appeared in some Sonic games. The pinball is nice, but you will end up to play it only a few times, then you will return to play the other levels of Sonic Generations. You will not lose anything if you avoid to buy this DLC, but for a very cheap price you can take it and enjoy the pinball for a few hours
A nice diversionsweetcuppincake | Oct. 18, 2012 | See all sweetcuppincake's reviews »
Sonic Generations returns Sonic to his former glory. And for a small fee, you can also have some pinball fun in this DLC. This adds nothing to the regular game, but is a nice experience if you're wanting to take a break and do something different. If you enjoy Sonic and/or pinball machines, you should consider this DLC. It is nothing amazing or groundbreaking, but it's a solid pinball game with a few Sonic twists thrown in to make it stand out from the crowd.