14. Sonic and the Black Knight
Sonic and the Black Knight is the second entry in the Sonic Storybook series, with the earlier Sonic and the Secret Rings focusing on Arabian Nights, while this one dealt with the legend of King Arthur. And it’s hard to argue against the fact that this Sonic game had great production values. Actually, this had some very nice-looking cutscenes, with every wrinkle on Sonic’s blue body lovingly rendered here.
It’s a pity, though, that the gameplay wasn’t up to scratch. This is because Sonic and the Black Knight mostly ditched the fast and furious platforming of the earlier Sonic games, and instead had you dispatching enemies in a linear fashion with Sonic’s big, bad sword. It didn’t help either that the controls were pretty poor too, meaning this is a Sonic game you most likely won’t want to spend time with.
Came out on: Wii.