This page has a list of magazine articles covering Sonic Jam.
|File||Date||Source||Title and comments|
|File:CVG UK Freeplay 05.pdf||"The Red-Hot Rumour Department!"|
Single mention of a Sonic compilation disc for Saturn, titled "Sonic Series".
|File:CVG UK 186.pdf||"The Real Sonic Coming to Saturn!"|
Short article mentioning a new 3D Sonic Team game, which uses the NiGHTS engine. Most likely this is in reference to Sonic Jam's Sonic World mini-game.
|File:CVG UK 187.pdf File:CVG UK 187.pdf||"Sonic Jam!"|
Two-page article about Sonic Jam's appearance at the Spring '97 Tokyo Game Show. Programmer Yuji Naka attended the show to explain the project.
|File:SSM UK 20.pdf||"News: Sonic's Back!!!"|
|File:CVG UK 188.pdf||"Coming Soon: Sonic Jam"|
Two-page article preview of the game. The early version the writer played is said to be 40% complete, with Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles not yet in the game. The Sonic World mini-game is mostly or entirely complete.
|File:GamePro US 106.pdf||"Hot E3 Picks: Sonic Jam."|
A one-page preview of Sonic Jam by Toxic Tommy in the July 1997 issue of GamePro. It is highlighted as an "E3 Pick" from E3 1997.
|File:SSM UK 21.pdf||"A blast from the past!"|
|File:SaturnPower UK 02.pdf||"Frontline News: Sonic Jam: Exclusive Update!"|
|File:CVG UK 189.pdf||"Coming Soon: Sonic Jam"|
One-page preview of the game, said to be 70% complete and set for an August 1997 release in the UK.
|File:GamePro US 107.pdf||"Sneak Preview: Sonic Jam"|
A small preview of Sonic Jam featured in the August 1997 issue of GamePro. At the time of its writing, the game was 70 percent complete.
|File:SSM UK 22.pdf||"Review: Sonic Jam"|
A two-page review of Sonic Jam in the August 1997 issue of British gaming magazine Sega Saturn Magazine. Reviewer Lee Nutter gave the game a 85% rating for graphics, 82% for sound, 92% for playability and 91% for lastability culminating in a 92% overall rating.
|File:CVG UK 190.pdf||"Review: Sonic Jam"|
Three-page review of the game. The writer praises the compilation as being good value for money, and the game themselves for having aged well.
|File:Hyper AU 047.pdf||"Preview: Sonic Jam"|
|File:Hyper AU 048.pdf||"Review: Saturn - Sonic Jam"|
|File:GamePro US 110.pdf||"Saturn ProReviews: Sonic Jam"|