ESRB Rating: Everyone Release Date: November 2000
0.5 Stars out of 4
Review by Tom Allen
½ Star out of 4
Sega's answer to Mario Party is Sonic Shuffle, one of the year's worst, and slowest, games.
Mario Party had repetitive mini-games, but in Sonic Shuffle, you'll be lucky if you even GET to
those mini-games. I spent most of my time wandering around the spaces on the board instead of
playing the mini-games. I had the same problem with Mario Party, but at least Mario Party had a
mode that eliminated the board game aspect. Sonic Shuffle's board game computer players at
least move faster than those in Mario Party, but the bottom line is that this game is never fun and
leaves too much to chance.
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