From the developers responsible for Mario Party, Sonic Shuffle provided an unappealing experience with its unimaginative mini-games, long loading times, and frustrating AI opponents.
Sonic Shuffle was released for the Dreamcast in 2000, published by Sega . It took Sonic characters and put them in a party-scenario, much like the Mario Party series did for Nintendo's mascot.
Sonic Shuffle utilizes the Dreamcast's VMU, allowing players to take a look at cards which are used to determine spaces for movement.
Sonic Shuffle generally recieved mixed reviews and currently holds an aggregated score of 56.32% on GameRankings.com (accessdate 28 May, 2009)