“Tails was the first supporting character to be introduced to the Sonic the Hedgehog series, one year after the debut of its titular protagonist. In Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and Sonic 3 & Knuckles, Sonic's sidekick was notable for "tail"ing Sonic throughout the game, optionally operable by a second player in place of the automatic AI. Eventually, the Sonic franchise became so popular that spin-off titles based on supporting characters would be considered a possibility. In 1995, Knuckles Chaotix - featuring Knuckles the Echidna and his anthropomorphic teammates - was released on the 32X, and just a week after that Tails' Skypatrol came out. Knuckles Chaotix may have been a departure for the series with its ring bond dynamic, but it was nothing like Tails' Skypatrol for the Game Gear, which had T” read more
Miles "Tails" Prower
Tails was my favorite Sonic character when I was younger. He seems as if he'd be an all-around likable kid. Two tails isn't hard to get along with, given that he puts up with much of Sonic's inconsideration and arrogance. He's been on the verge of making it for himself in life for two decades now, but when Sega finally gives him the opportunity to grow, I think - with his gentle nature - he'll due just fine for himself."
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"Posted on June 24th, 2011:
I've never played a better Game Gear game. Maybe one as good as this one, but not better. The speed of the Sonic the Hedgehog series is abandoned for Tails's solo quest, and in its place is Metroid-style free-roaming platforming. It's probably deeper than any other Game Gear game. The graphics are bright and colorful - because, really, can you imagine any of the great Sonic games without color? I (and I'm sure many a Sonic fan) would love to see a sequel to this game w"
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