Juvenilia As Art: Harold and Kumar and Sonic the Hedgehog.

I just picked up Sega's newly released videogame "Sonic Generations," a throwback to the original "Sonic" game released on Sega's early platform 20 years ago. The new game aims to be a nostalgia trip and delivers on that promise in spades. By that I mean it satisfies the need for speed precisely the way the classic version did. "Sonic Generations" beefs up the visuals and some of the gameplay immersion with 3-D graphics and a wandering virtual camera, but the sheer desire for forward motion remains the same. Thankfully. As a child of the nineties, my interest in gaming came…
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