Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II Crack/Patch

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II will expand the Sonic 4 storyline with new areas to speed through and new challenges to face.

Download Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 56 / 100
User rating
6.9
Downloads 1150
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
Sega / TOSE

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II reviews ( 7 )

Streakside, May 18, 2012

This game is great and improves greatly on Episode 1. Better graphics, better physics, and multiplayer which can be very addicting. Only real flaw in this game is the pointless collecting of red rings. At least in Sonic Generations we were awarded something like abilities or music. In this its just for an achievement. But this doesn't affect my over all view of the game since it isn't that big of a deal. The multiplayer as I said is really fun. The addition of the partner system makes going through the levels with a friend a different experience than playing solo. Granted this only proves true if you play with someone who knows how to play, but I am not gonna put the game down because of a bad teammate. In my opinion this is a game any sonic fan should buy.

Panther117, May 29, 2012

Blue Blur is back and he is fast as always-Dima Voronovich Russian amateur reviewer. Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 is a great example how platformers should be done now. The story takes place immediately after EP1 and now Sonic and Tails must stop Dr.Eggman from destroying the world as always. Game plays much better than previous one. The graphics are better, gameplay is re-designed and plays more smoothly. Cool boss battles, great looking background. Very colorful atmosphere. Music as always very beautiful to listen. New addition to this is 2 player coop mode. It can be awesome to play with a friend but because you have little screen to keep up it kinda gets frustrating and hard to see what other player is doing. As always you can collect rings, get into â

KagerouShinobi, Dec 25, 2014

Where Sonic 4 Episode 1 feels and looks like a flash game, with no momentum physics whatsoever, Sonic 4 Episode 2 introduces far better music (Sky Fortress and Death Egg Mk. II in particular), completely 3D graphics for all characters, environments, items and enemies (but 2D gameplay, of course), actual momentum in the physics engine (and a few other subtleties, like Sonic's jump having a faster spin animation if you jump with more horizontal momentum, something that also happened in the classics and did not happen in Sonic 4 Episode 1), far, FAR better Special Stages, much better stage design... And even 2 player co-op for the entirety of the game's campaign AND special stages! Sonic 4 Episode 2 succeeds everywhere that Sonic 4 Episode 1 fails. While it isn't an absolute masterpiece, it's a dang fine throwback to the 2D classics and in all honesty, it plays better than Sonic Rush. I can only hope for a sequel to Sonic 4 Episode 2 that keeps all the improvements, but is a full length game (not episodic) and gets rid of the homing attack, because all it does is cheapen stage design and take away from the wonderful controls and physics of Sonic. It works in 3D, but not in 2D.

BlueSpeed, Dec 9, 2015

This is a nice game.Great level design,good music,great boss battles,not lagging,nice special stages.This is a great game,to bad sonic the hedgehog 4 episode 3 got canceled

TheStolken, May 15, 2012

One thing that can be said about Sonic 4 Episode 2, is that it is a definite step in the right direction. Episode 2 tends to stray further from the formula of rehashing (while still lightly grasping it) with some new, original moves and new, creative stages. The games has an improved physics engine, along with a much better graphics engine and musical improvement. The only complaints would be some boss fights, as they can drag on a bit, but are still very fun; along with some songs in the soundtrack, sounds pretty bad. The music itself isn't terrible, but there are some nasty tracks and some amazing tracks that balance it out. I would recommend this game to Sonic Fans, Platformer enthusiasts and retro gamers. This is a solid addition for your library and you might have some minor disappointments.

mslurr, May 15, 2012

It's certainly an improvement over the atrocious Episode 1, that's for sure. It's actually playable. But besides the jump physics and uncurling, as well as new graphics and a pretty cool tails coop gimmick, nothing has changed. Music still sucks, the level design is average, and overall it's just an average platformer. That's not to say I didn't have fun, though.

MrSonicFan, Dec 16, 2013

I really, really despise this game. It takes Sonic 4 episode 1, a okay game, and completely ruins it. Most levels are completely automated with boost pads and springs, the music is god awful, and the overall level design just sucks. Apart from Shadow the Hedgehog and Sonic and the Secret Rings, this is the only Sonic title I have never went out of my way to complete. Episode 1 is 100x better than this game.