Sonic and the Secret Rings — StrategyWiki, the video game walkthrough and strategy guide wikiSonic and the Secret Rings , formerly known by the working title Sonic Wild Fire , is a video game within the Sonic the Hedgehog series that was released exclusively for the Wii on February 20 in North America, in Europe on March 2 and in Japan on March 15 This is the first 3D Sonic game to feature Sonic as the only playable character in Story Mode but other characters from the Sonic universe also appear in the game as well but not as themselves. The main story begins when Sonic is asleep one night when a voice tells him to wake up. Sonic looks at the clock but notices that there is a ring in its place instead. A Genie appears by the name of Shahra and tells him that her world is vanishing by a evil spirit known as the Erazor Djinn. Sonic and Shahra then travel to the land of the Arabian Nights in order to stop him by collecting seven world rings that hold the key to defeating Erazon Djinn.
Sonic and the Secret Rings Game Guide
Wait until his knuckles have yellow orbs on them. Use a homing attack on those orbs, and the Ifrit will sink down, raising the lava. Get on top of the Ifrit, and then hit the light on his head as many times as you can. Repeat this times and the Ifrit should be cooked. To defeat Alf Layla wa Layla the final boss , you have to build up your soul gauge by shaking the Wii remote forward and back.
Sonic and the Secret Rings [a] is a platform video game developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega for the Wii. A spin-off to the Sonic the Hedgehog series, it is the first title in the franchise for the system, and follows Sonic the Hedgehog 's quest to stop an evil genie named the Erazor Djinn. In addition to the basic platforming gameplay of previous Sonic titles, Secret Rings uses a system of experience points and levels , as well as special moves that are unlocked via leveling up. The title was released in place of an aborted attempt to port the game Sonic the Hedgehog to the Wii. He chose the theme of Arabian Nights , using many elements of the stories in the game's setting, characters, and Middle Eastern -influenced music. Sega changed the title of the game several times, originally being announced as Sonic Wild Fire , before settling on Sonic and the Secret Rings to tie in the theme of Arabian Nights. Upon release, Secret Rings received average reviews.
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