The late '90s weren't the best time for Sonic, but Sega's mascot at least got experimental in that dormant period. Sonic The Fighters was one such divergence. It's an arcade brawler from the team behind Virtua Fighter, only the action was far cartoonier than in Sega's top fighting franchise. The game didn't get a proper US release until it was given an HD port on the PS3 and 360. Editors Henry, Lucas, and Ryan returned to this forgotten corner of Sonic's history, and while the gameplay didn't hold up that well, the game at least had very easy Achievements.
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