Gaming is quite popular nowadays, and as you probably know, there are all sorts of motion devices on the market. The major problem that can occur with these devices is that they run out of juice quickly, worst while you’re playing your favourite game, and this is when this charger comes in.
The original Sonic Rush game signaled a welcome return to form when it appeared late in 2005. Overshadowed by New Super Mario Bros’ neverending assault on the charts, it was an exhilarating audiovisual ride, mixing searing speed, intelligent dual-screen design and superb soundtracks to mesmeric effect. Understandably, hopes are high for the sequel with promises of more fleshed out, organic Sonic the Hedgehog experience, Sega was onto another sure thing. Surely?
Continuing the endless battle between hedgehog and mad scientist, Sonic Unleashed is, unleashed with blast of Dr. Eggman ray weapon that taints the power of the Chaos Emeralds and transforms our prickly hero into a Werehog. Eggman subsequently uses the power of the tainted emeralds to unleash the mighty Dark Gaia from the Earth’s core, shattering our fair orb into fragments in the process. Sonic’s game quest is to reform fractured planet, crack the Eggman, and address his new found body-hair issues.