Sonic Adventure DX
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An ancient evil lurking within the Master Emerald has been unleashed from its slumber by the devious Dr. Eggman and is on the verge of becoming the ultimate monster using the 7 Chaos Emeralds. Only Sonic and his friends are heroic enough to put a stop to Dr. Eggman and his evil minions. Hit the ground running in this classic epic adventure in a race against time to save the world!
Six Characters, Six Adventures
Play through as one of six different characters, including Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Amy, each with their own unique adventure and story.
Breed a Pet Chao
Breed and nurture your very own pet Chao in the Chao Garden minigame. Then compete against other Chao in a battle for ultimate Chao supremacy.
The first great 3D Sonic game.digiconner | May 13, 2014 | See all digiconner's reviews »
This game is fantastic, and it still holds up. The gameplay is unique and varied, from speeding through levels as Sonic, to exploring levels searching for emeralds as Knuckles. The adventure fields provide a nice break between levels, and the Chao Garden allows you to sit back, relax and raise chaos to race. The plot is interesting, and the music is great with each character having their own theme song at the credits of their storyline (my favourite is knuckles rap song).
The only issues with this game are that there are a couple of glitches, the voice acting can sometimes sound bad (I find tails' voice acting to be the worst), and levels can get repetitive when you replay them in the different characters storylines.
However despite these issues this game is still fantastic and is a must buy.
Not a great port of not a great gameduke1212 | June 15, 2013 | See all duke1212's reviews »
I'm a die hard Sonic fan but even I can admit when it has its mess ups. Sonic Adventure is pretty amateurish looking and feeling, definitely not the worst Sonic game ever made but comparing the production values of Adventure 1 to Adventure 2 is like comparing an Alpha game concept to a fully fledged title in retrospect. In 2004 they ported the game to PC as the Director's Cut and made out pretty decently as a PC port, but for some reason they decided to change the Steam version to the much inferior console port which has bug issues, locked resolution and is overall pretty amateur. If you still like Sonic Adventure you'll live through it but otherwise stick to SA2 instead which is much better in almost every way.
Sonic? 3D? Whichcraft, I say!Bynn | June 10, 2013 | See all Bynn's reviews »
Seeing this game brings good feelings, the first Sonic 3D game, amazingly well made for it's time, with cool stories for the 6 characters, good use of scenery and movement of each character. This game is a hit in history, never doubt that.
Remember the whale chasing you?Supraballs | May 27, 2013 | See all Supraballs's reviews »
This is a game of nostalgia. I will admit I don't think it holds up entirely too well on the PC, but if you know what you're going in for, then this is a prize. The graphics are decent now (at one time, these were top of the line) but the gameplay is all the same. And by the way, this is a pretty long game and you will be spending a lot of time mastering it and completing everything. It's hard to put down once you get started and there are plenty of awe-inspiring moments in this game. Again, if you can get past the graphics, you will really enjoy it.
Actually, the best Sonic Game Ever MadeJorge23322 | Jan. 22, 2013 | See all Jorge23322's reviews »
The biggest hit on the Dreamcast (Some years later ported to the Gamecube) awesome graphics, perfect gameplay, pretty nice music, and the best of all, a nice history, one of the game that marked my gaming history and afterr all, one of my favorite games of all times.