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Sonic and the Secret Rings Latest News - Wii

Game Description:Everyone loves Sonic the Hedgehog. He leaps, he spins, and he blasts his way through levels and enemies with blur-inducing speed. Now it's time to really take control of his power and harness his speed as your own. Using the Wiimote, bring your own range of motion into play and unleash combo moves with a flick of your wrist! Sonic never stops moving so keep your wits about you as you travel through a setting inspired by the Arabian Nights tales. Branching paths mean your choices really matter, and a variety of party games for four players means the fun will never stop!
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  • Sonic The Hedgehog Turns 18

    Finally, Sonic the Hedgehog is old enough to vote and join the Navy. That's right: Sega's iconic video game rodent is 18 years old today, so if you fondly remember playing the first Sonic The Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis, you're officially old. In his long career Sonic has competed in the Summer Olympics with bitter rival Mario, defeated Dr....

    Posted June 23, 2009

    Sonic The Hedgehog Turns 18
  • Things We'd Love To Kill

    Posted: February 13, 2009

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  • Sonic & The Secret Rings Review

    Posted: March 21, 2007

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