The next addition to the mega-popular Sonic series is here. Join Knuckles and his gang as they whiz by at ludicrous speeds on the new 32X.
Outstanding graphics, sound and playability make this a must-see.
Aww, jeez! Not another Sonic game!
I love the way Knuckles Chaotix uses the 32X's powers for that outstanding bonus level. The level simply kicks @$$! The music is also very good, and the colors are abundant. The playability--though a little complicated at first--is very, very good. That's about it, I guess. (Can you tell I like it?)
As far as I can tell, absolutely nothing. This carl has it all!
WILL YOU LIKE IT?
Are you a Sonic fan? Then you will like Knuckles Chaotix. Even those of you who aren't Sonic fans will still like it. I personally got bored to tears with Sonic, but this game kept me going and going. It's fun and very addicting. If you have a 32X, try it. Chances are you'll like it.
If you're skeptical, try renting it first. You'll see what I mean.
Knuckles the Echidna is back, only this time he's playing on the 32X! He brought all of his friends to this awesome cart with him. This is pretty cool because not only can you play as the individual characters, but you can also tag team it as well! This poses some interesting possibilities and greatly helps you on your coin-coltrek. Any Knuckles fan (or Sonic, for that matter) should definitely try this one out.
Play from an assortment of seven characters, each with his or her own special ability.
MANUFACTURER - Sega of Japan
DIFFICULTY - MODERATE
THEME - Action
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1 or 2
While I'm pleased to see the 32X is finally getting an action game, Chaotix just doesn't live up to the reputation of previous Sonic games. The levels are average, except for the cool Bonus Stages. Those I liked, but 32X games should be better. The idea behind the second character was very original, but the way it was done slowed the game play a bit. The graphics are outstanding and the music is nice. Chaotix does not set new standards.
Look at all the pretty colors. Yikes! Who's the madman that let the colors run rampant on this game. It's a visual overload! Anyway. Knuckles Chaotix tosses some new themes to the tired Sonic genre. In fact, you won't find Sonic anywhere. If that isn't a shock, I don't know what is. Having a second character tagging along doing all sorts of scaling and zooming can get tiresome, but it does add some spice. For the 32X owners, this may be one for you to get.
The Sonic saga continues with yet another superb sequel from the boys at Sega, (pant) Knuckles Chaotix is one of the first good action platform games for the 32X. While it is not up to par with previous Sonic titles, KC still has some features that make it stand on its own. I like the added second character who brings a new twist to how the game is played. The graphics are very colorful and the music was pleasant. It is a good game for the 32X.
To me, this is one of the best action titles out for the 32X. It is similar to the colorful Sonic adventure we've grown fond of with a new twist. The extra character has a lot of new game play associated with it and adds a new depth to the game. At the same time, it slows down the game a bit. This game has all the Sonic-type levels and icons that are starting to become a bit overdone. Still, the extra character concept is very original and breathes some new life into the Sonic realm.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
Knuckles Chaotix Screenshots
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