Sonic Colors was released on November 16, 2010, in North America; with a MSRP of $49.99. Sonic Colors was developed by Sonic Team, and published by Sega.
Sonic's latest Wii adventure took 21 days for its game-play data to appear on the Nintendo Channel.
How many hours have Wii owners spent in Dr. Eggman's amusement park with Sonic, during the 21 days reported? Let's take a look!
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Approx. Number of Players Reporting Data:
Sonic Colors has 5,910 Wii owners reporting their play-time data, on its Nintendo Channel debut.
Average Hours & Total Game-Play Hours Reported:
Sonic Colors has 57,871 Total Hours of game-play reported for its debut. Sonic Colors' average play-time "Per person" reporting data is 9 Hours 48 Minutes, with an average play-time per session of just over 2 Hours 21 Minutes.
Wii owners have averaged about 2,755 game-play hours per day in Dr. Eggman's amusement park, in the 21 days reported.
Sale Rank & Advertised Price:
Sonic Colors' Amazon.com sale rank is #34, and is currently selling for $39.96.
(Sale rank and advertised price recorded around 1:40AM on 12-7-10)
Review Score Averages:
Sonic Colors' review score average is 78.03%, based on 30 "professional" reviews on GameRankings.com.
(Review score averages recorded around 1:40AM on 12-7-10)
Based on 22 customer reviews on Amazon.com, Sonic Colors has a 4.5 out of 5 Stars rating, basically a 90% average.
|Agree? Or, disagree?
11 years, 2 months, 28 days; that's how long it's been since I have purchased a Sonic game. Sonic Colors' trailers have me very interested in the game, as some game-play from the trailers remind me of Sonic Adventure. I don't know a lot about Sonic Colors, other than the trailers I have watched, and the few pieces of reviews I have read or heard about the game.
Here is just one trailer for Sonic Colors that shows off a good bit of game-play:
Considering that Sonic Colors released in the middle of November, with a bunch of high profile games; I think the reported game-play data is encouraging. It may not be a first-person shooter, or even a Nintendo title; but I think Sonic Colors' debut game-play hours show that there is room for Sega's mascot on Nintendo's console.
I know some of you played Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I, but did any of you purchase and play through Sonic Colors yet? If so, what did you think about it? Would you recommend one over the other, or both?
If anybody is interested in Sonic Colors for the Wii, you can see prices listed on Amazon.com linked below: