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Sonic and the Black Knight - Nintendo Wii

by Sega
Platform : Nintendo Wii
145 customer reviews
Metascore: 54 / 100
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  • Intense sword-wielding action: For the first time ever, players can vanquish their foes using lightning-fast sword combos.
  • Thirteen interactive environments set in the world of King Arthur: Players can jump onto a giant crossbow to propel themselves over moats, scale castle walls and prepare to meet surprising new creatures and enemies.
  • Upgradable attacks and power moves: As players progress they can level up and gain access to special attacks and powers geared to fit their preferred style of gameplay.
  • Multiplayer sword battles: Playing as one of four familiar characters from the Sonic universe, gamers can duke it out against up to three other players.
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Sonic¿s storybook series, which kicked off with the hit Sonic and the Secret Rings, continues in a fast-paced, sword-filled action adventure! In Sonic and the Black Knight, Sonic is drawn into the rich, colorful world of King Arthur¿s Camelot by the granddaughter of the legendary wizard Merlin who asks him to harness the power of a sacred sword. The heroic hedgehog must fight off the fearsome knights, avoid obstacles and unravel the mystery of a villain who threatens the very existence of Camelot. Designed exclusively for Wii, Sonic and the Black Knight brings a new twist to Sonic gameplay with frenetic swordplay, making full use of the intricate controls of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk.

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Experience the fun of Sonic's trademark frenetic action combined with the excitement of fast-paced swordplay in Sonic and the Black Knight. Delve into the legendary realm of King Arthur as you explore 13 interactive environments in which you can scale castle walls, propel yourself over moats with a giant crossbow and more. Use your Wii Remote and Nunchuk controller to fend off dastardly enemies with your impressive swordplay, and gain access to special attacks and powers that will leave you better prepared to solve the mystery and save Camelot.

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The Story
Sonic the Hedgehog crashes into the amazing world of King Arthur's Camelot in this new adventure designed exclusively for the Wii. When the granddaughter of the legendary Merlin contacts Sonic for assistance in harnessing the power of a sacred sword, the heroic hedgehog finds himself drawn into the wonders of Camelot. Pick up your sword and get ready to journey with Sonic into a world of perilous obstacles and fearsome knights as you attempt to unravel a mystery that threatens the heart of this unique world.

Key Game Features:

  • Wield your Wii Remote and Nunchuk controller to execute amazing, lightning-fast sword combos
  • Explore 13 interactive environments in the world of Camelot, each packed with surprising new creatures and enemies
  • Fight off sinister knights and avoid other dangerous obstacles as you strive to discover the villain who could lead to Camelot's destruction
  • Enhance your abilities as you play by unlocking special attacks and powers suited to your style of gameplay
  • Play as one of four familiar characters from the Sonic universe in multiplayer sword battles
  • For 1 to 4 players
Sonic is back in storybook fashion!
Sonic’s storybook series, which kicked off with the hit Sonic and the Secret Rings, continues in a fast-paced, sword-filled action adventure! In Sonic and the Black Knight, Sonic is drawn into the rich, colorful world of King Arthur’s Camelot by the granddaughter of the legendary wizard Merlin who asks him to harness the power of a sacred sword. The heroic hedgehog must fight off the fearsome knights, avoid obstacles and unravel the mystery of a villain who threatens the very existence of Camelot. Designed exclusively for Wii, Sonic and the Black Knight brings a new twist to Sonic gameplay with frenetic swordplay, making full use of the intricate controls of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk including intense sword-wielding action. For the first time ever, players can vanquish their foes using lightning-fast sword combos. Thirteen interactive environments set in the world of King Arthur mean players can jump onto a giant crossbow to propel themselves over moats, scale castle walls and prepare to meet surprising new creatures and enemies. Upgradable attacks and power moves mean players progress they can level up and gain access to special attacks and powers geared to fit their preferred style of gameplay. Choose to be one of four familiar characters from the Sonic universe and duke it out against up to three other players in multiplayer sword battles.

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  • ASIN: B001D8PFIK
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches ; 5.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 3, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,604 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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35 of 42 people found the following review helpful By R.J. Robledo on March 5, 2009
...but is that really saying much? Fortunately, yes.
Again, SEGA is innovating with its mascot character. Now, our brave young hedgehog has been summoned back to the realm of King Arthur, charged with saving the lands from the King's recent evil transformation and tyranny. At once we are presented with an opening cinematic that is rather well executed (the ravens are particularly good), though not quite as polished as the stunning first movie of Sonic Unleashed. Here is where Sonic is summoned by the granddaughter of Merlin----Merlina. After a brief confrontation with King Arthur, Merlina whisks Sonic and herself away to a safe location.

Here is where the player comes in. The first two levels are simple tutorials, where one learns how to control Sonic and wield the sword, traversing across a field filled with wooden targets. Right away, the player discovers the nature of the gameplay. The way Sonic travels is the same as in Sonic and the Secret Rings. Sonic can travel on only a narrow path through a three-dimensional world, generally only forward. There is no manual camera control, and if one wishes to retrace their steps, the camera does not follow Sonic's movements, forcing the player to walk into places they cannot see. This takes some getting used to, and is admittedly not my personal favorite method of gameplay. I much prefer the free-roaming three-dimensional environments of games like Sonic Unleashed and Super Mario 64.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By acg on November 5, 2011
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My kids at a young age can play this game and they really enjoy it. Keep them busy for hours so if they like it I like it. It's not as complicated and yet it's entertaining.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mark E. Valenti on July 6, 2009
I don't care what the critics say, this is a great game. The graphics are good, the level design is unique, and it has great replay value. The worst you could say about the game is that Sonic having a sword is kind of a gimmick, but it's a gimmick that works and is fun. I rate this game 87/100.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By nanokoex on June 7, 2009
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This game rocks. The story is good, the controls are good, and the graphics and soundtrack rock. Also when doing the missions the game doesnt have high expectations to get top ranking in a level like most sonic games do. If you like sonic, pic this game up for a treat.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By grandma on March 24, 2013
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kids love this game they had to wait for another remote w nunchuck that is required to play this game .and we duidnt have one so we orderd one n yhey can play it now i wish we would have known previos to ordering so they would not hav had to wait to pklay it
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Serkit on March 6, 2009
I have not had this game for very long, but so far I am enjoying it very much. They have made vast improvements over the Sonic and the Secret Rings game, and the sword is a pretty neat addition. You can actually from side to side in this game, somewhat, unlike the last storybook sonic game.

If I had to complain about anything, I would have to say mainly it seems simple. Sonic does not move as fast as he does in Sonic Unleashed, but I guess that's because this game was more focused on being able to use a sword. If you could blast past and through everything, then the sword would be just about useless. Maybe it just seems simple because I have played just about every sonic game made.
Also some may like to know that it seems Blaze, Shadow, and Knuckles are somehow involved in the story line, or maybe just characters that resemble them. I have not gotten far enough through the game to see what happens with them though. There also is multiplayer battle modes, but I have not tried them yet either.

Anyway I give this a thumbs up over Sonic and the Secret Rings and recommend giving it a shot.
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22 of 31 people found the following review helpful By C. Pezeshki on June 27, 2009
I asked my kids for a review of this game, as my youngest just got it for a birthday present. The little suckers polished off $40+ of fun in only 2 hours!!!! The birthday boy loved it, but he always loves any game he picks. Older son said 'eh-- not long enough'.

As a parent, I say 'wait until you can buy used for cheap!' Compared to something like Super Smash Brothers Brawl, which has provided endless days of personal time for my wife and I, I feel cheated! $20/hr. of babysitting, punctuated with the typical mid-game brawl, was not worth it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marcel Gimenez on August 8, 2013
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My son like this game because it's very funny, but MAINLY very fast. In the speed they're used to live actually !
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