Sonic's Schoolhouse is an edutainment game for the PC released in 1996 developed by BAP Interactive (Bruce Austin Productions) and published by Sega Entertainment and Orion Interactive.
Why it Sucks
- The level design looks like it was ripped from Wolfenstein 3D.
- Awful voice acting. Especially Sonic, who sounds nothing like his other incarnations. Note: The first two DiC Sonic cartoons had aired by the time this game was released, so why couldn't they just use Jaleel White (Sonic's voice actor in the cartoons) instead?
- You don't actually play as Sonic in this game, he only appears as a guide. You instead play as weird looking animals.
- The FMVs of the animals are bad.
- The mini-games are boring.
- It’s impossible to start the game without a CD copy of the game, even with Windows 9x computers.
- That's how this game’s anti piracy works, however, it could confuse people who bought the game rightfully.
- Simply a cheap cash in onto the Sonic franchise.
- It runs on the Doom engine, so it can be considered a reskin.
- This game fulfills it's mission of being an educational software. It is just disliked by Sonic fans and gamers in general since it is not meant to be a game beyond that.
- The graphics are poor sometimes, but mostly are very lively.
- Sonic's Sprites were reused from the cancelled game Sonic X-Treme.
- Contrary to the last number from "Why it Sucks", some may consider that this game tried to innovate.