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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.
Data lansării: 4 Mar 2011

Cumpără Sonic Adventure DX

Pachete care includ acest joc

Cumpără Dreamcast Collection

Include 4 produse: Crazy Taxi, SEGA Bass Fishing, Sonic Adventure DX, Space Channel 5: Part 2

Cumpără Sonic Hits Collection

Include 17 produse: Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, Sonic 3D Blast™, Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine™, Sonic Spinball™, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Sonic 3 and Knuckles, Sonic Adventure DX, Sonic Generations - Casino Nights DLC, Sonic CD, Sonic Generations, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 - Episode I, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 - Episode II, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Sonic Adventure 2, SONIC ADVENTURE 2: BATTLE, Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed: Metal Sonic & Outrun DLC

Despre joc

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!

Features

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.

Cerinţe de sistem

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® XP
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible, NVIDIA GeForce 7300 series, ATI Radeon™ X1600 Video Card with 256MB RAM
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1.8GB Hard Drive space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible Sound Card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® 7
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2GB RAM or more
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c/Shader3.0 compatible, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 series or higher, ATI Radeon™ X1900 Video Card with 512MB RAM
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4GB Hard Drive space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible Sound Card
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Sonic Adventure is a single-player 3D action-platforming game from 10 years ago, and is the first 3D main Sonic game in franchise, not including spin-offs. (Sonic R!) As a result of such major step, it changed Sonic franchise somewhat, from gameplay to style and world. You take control of 6 characters with varying gameplay styles to them, from simply beating the level to, gasp, fishing. It also includes a virtual pet thing (A-Life!) in form of Chao.

Now, since this is old game and most people are familiar with it, let's talk about this Steam port.

First, ports history. First came Sonic Adventure, which was a launch title for a Dreamcast. After few years later GameCube players got to enjoy Sonic Adventure: Directors Cut (SADX) which enchanced the game and added missions mode along with unlockable ports of 8-bit Sonic titles. It was then ported to the PC in 2003 year with almost no change. Now, in the 2010 it got rereleased to Xbox 360 and PS3 downlodable services and later it came to PC once agian, onto Steam, as part of Dreamcast Collection. So, how does 2010 Steam version compares?

Xbox 360 and PS3 release actually worked like original Sonic Adventure (Didn't check if that was like split DX or actual original, sorry), with DLC available that would upgrade it up to DX edition, lacking 8-bit sonic unlockables though. For Steam version, it's already build-in into the game, so once you purchase this game, you get your whole 2010 DX edition. BUT the achievements stayed exclusive to console versions only. Also, analog control seems to be translated to digital controls just fine, though there are one or so spots where you will have to adjuct camera around and crawl slowly so not to fall off.
Main competention there comes with comparison to older 2003 PC edition. From technical standoint, the new game release should work better with new hardware, even though I must say that both of them seemed to work fine on Windows 8. I can't notice it myself, but I read that 2010 port has it running at 60 FPS compared to 2003 one 50 FPS. In Steam edition they tried to keep aspect ratio true to how it looked on Dreamcast/GameCube, and as a you will see it being played in a window that doesn't take up your whole (wide) screen, with remaining parts of it being covered with blue-purple pattern... I think that I like staying true to original, with pattern of frame not trying to catch your eyes with colorful art or anything. If you want game to take up whole widescreen by stretching, go with 2003.
Steam release also has this glitch, due to which your configuration simply will not be saved! To make it save, you will have to go and manually mess with your computer's registry (you can read more in Steam forum of the game). I can guess that Steam doesn't allow games to mess with user's computer registry, since I read that retail copies work just fine. Why does it even need registry to work? ...Well, I can guess that it was mostly based off 2003 PC port, from back when most console ports were weird and had no idea how gaming works on computers.
A little thing, Steam SA has only Player 1 controls working... No, Sonic Adventure is not exactly 2-Player game, but there was little bonus that the second player could control Tails on screen, at Sonic's gameplay. Can't do it anymore.
Even though it's based off older PC port, structure of files seemed to change, meaning that programs that worked for 2003 edition, as well as any mods, will not work on this one.

Oh, and finally, in-game changes compared to older title... Well, it's actually pretty much same. Almost. For there is rather big change - all of unlockable Game Gear Sonic games got cut. Yep, that means that the only reason to collect emblems now is Metal Sonic skin that you get for all of them. If you already played 8-bit Sonic titles or actually own real things, then you may not care about this, but otherwise it heavily points at 2003 version as a better one. Why have they done this, I don't know, since you there are no 8-bit Sonics on Steam on sale. Well, maybe only in some kind of collection on XBox 360 and PS3.
Oh, and Chao. Should be same, but I heard that 2010 version changed something about breeding, that not every color combination is possible. Sure thing transferring chao is not supported in PC versions either. And I don't know how it was on 2003, but very often you will experience polygon flickering in Chao Gardens, biggest offender to me being a wearable Golden Pot object.

Allright, that's all for differences. Now, game by itself...
As a launch game for Dreamcast and it was the first major 3D game of Sonic... That alone meant two things: how rushed it will be and how possibly it may change the face of Sonic (not literally, even if some fans are complaining about green eyes). Now, it did had a lot of changes in a way it worked. Most importanly, physics were simplicifed compared to 2D masterpieces, and as a result it mostly became a game about usual platforming and speed. Loop-de-loops used something what some say as "scripted", in that Sonic is "glued" to invinsible path. (And glued badly!). Hell, if in older 2D titles curling onto ball on top of them would give you a speed boost, in 3D Sonic games it tend to slow you down, with possiblity of falling through. Thankfully, the platforming was solid and still allows it to view as a great game, with varied and fun levels design.

By the way, this time around game refused to follow the classic arcade system. Instead it has you going "adventuring!" on the open adventures zones, doing some small stuff to open the entrance to action zones. The adventure zones lets you beat action zones that were already done, and you are able to listen to NPCs lines, which aren't mandatory, but some may enjoy how the life of few people go over the course of the game. You find upgrades there too, some are mandatory, others are not. Action zone themselves are made of only single level and has you accomplishing goals that depend on what character you are currently playing as. Dissapointly, there are only few bosses and they are spread over the game unevenly.
Here is the list of character you get to play as:
-Sonic The Hedgehog. Fastest one, his goal is simply to get to the end of the level. Able to spindash to roll fast and do homing attack at the enemies.
-Tails Miles Brower (cutest fox around). His goal is to get to the end of level faster than Sonic. Able to fly for short time by spinning two tails.
-Knuckles the Echidna. His goal is to find 3 emerald pieces mostly using his sense and occasional hint. Able to glide and attack with his knuckles.
-Amy Rose. Her goal is to grab balloon at the end of level, avoiding a (pathetic) understroyable robot that chases her. Can do hammer jump and hammer attack. Somewhat clunky, it even feels that she can run faster by moving diagonally.
-Big The Cat. Slowest one around (best ladder climber btw), his goal is to catch Froggy... Not with gloved hands, no. With his fishing skills. Most random gameplay style in whole game, and getting A-Rank on trials is a living hell.
-E-102 Gamma. His goal is to make it to the end of level under time pressure. Able to shoot multiple targets, that gives him bonus time.
You are going to travel through as many as overall 11 of varied and fun levels, from beaches and casino to ancient temples and assault on flying ship-fortress "Egg Carrier". I must say that each character has his own set of levels out of all 11, and most often they have their own exclusive parts in action zones. And each of zones come with their own varied music tracks, which make use of good amount of styles, momerable and are joy to listen, as always.

The game was horribly rushed as well. I must say that even a casual gamer would fall through the floor at least once. Comes with unfriendly camera, that hates it when you do something that developers don't want you to (tip: to explore levels)

Damn I ran out of space for review
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Open your heart, it'll be all right.
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>I was only 9 years old
>I loved Gamma so much, I had all the versions of Sonic Adventure and beaten his story 30 times
>I pray to Gamma every night before bed, thanking him for the life I've been given
>"E-102 is love" I say; "E-102 is life"
>Beta hears me and calls me a ♥♥♥♥♥♥
>I know he was just jealous of my devotion for Gamma
>I called him Omochao
>He slaps me and sends me to go to sleep
>I'm crying now, and my face hurts
>I lay in bed and it's really cold
>Suddenly, a warmth is moving towards me
>It's Gamma
>I am so happy
>He whispers into my ear "Give me the bird."
>He grabs me with his powerful metal hands and puts me down onto my hands and knees
>I'm ready
>I spread my ♥♥♥-cheeks for Gamma
>His face penetrates my butt-hole
>It hurts so much but I do it for Gamma
>I can feel my butt tearing as my eyes start to water
>I push against his force
>I want to please Gamma
>He clanks in a mighty clank as he fills my butt with his love
>Beta walks in
>Gamma looks him straight in the eyes and says "It's all Omega now."
>Gamma leaves through my window
>E-102 is love. E-102 is life.
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Sonic Adventure is probably Sega's first attempt at bringing the Sonic universe into 3D, not including things like Sonic 3D Blast or Sonic Jam. While it does show its age in some areas, it holds up very well, and still manages to be a very enjoyable experience.

The first thing interesting about this game is that you're given the ability to play as 6 different characters, which consist of Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, E-102 Gamma, and Big... while some of them offer different playstyles, they are there mostly to extend playtime. You start the game as Sonic, and as you meet other characters in the story, you'll unlock them afterwards.

- Sonic's gameplay consists of running through the stages at fast speeds, and doing some simple platforming to reach the goal. His controls very smooth and responsive.

- Tails' gameplay is very similar to Sonic's. You basically control similar to Sonic, but are granted the ability to fly for short periods of time. His levels are smaller sections of Sonic's levels, and usually consist of racing Sonic to the goal.

- Knuckles plays completely differently. His stages consist of finding 3 pieces of the Master Emerald. You are thrown into a small restricted area of a stage, and you have an indicator telling you how close you are to the pieces.

- Amy's gameplay is very similar to Sonic and Tails' gameplay, but the levels have you running away from one of Eggman's robots known as Zero. If he catches you, it's a game over. The levels are essentially the same, but smaller, and have a few different paths to take.

- E-102 Gamma is very interesting compared to the other characters. His gameplay feels rather out of place, not as out of place as say, Big. But we'll get into that later... E-102 is one of Eggman's very own creations, you go through levels aiming at targets and shooting through the stages. At the end of each stage, there is a mini boss battle where you fight another robot from the 'E' series.

- Big is probably the biggest oddball in the entire game. Definitely my least favorite of the bunch. His gameplay consists of fishing. Yes, you heard me right. Fishing is what you do here. Big has lost his best friend, a frog named Froggy, who happens to have swallowed a Chaos Emerald. You go through stages fishing for him. You can collect points by getting other fish, but the main goal is to get Froggy.

- Other than these major gameplay types, you'll sometimes be thrown into a sub game. These sub games mix up the gameplay a bit.

In order to get to the final boss of the game, you must beat all of the characters' different stories. Which I do not enjoy that much. Sonic, Knuckles and Gamma's stories are fine. They all offer something unique, and mix up the gameplay nicely. But Tails and Amy are near identical to Sonic, with minor tweaks. And Big is completely out of place. Yes, he does also offer something 'unique'. But it's not even platforming, it's fishing. It can sometimes be frustrating capturing Froggy, as there are a ton of other fish in the water, and if you mess up, you lose a life.

Every stage has 3 different goals, which each offer you something known as an 'emblem'. The game's reward system of sorts. There are also 3 different major hub worlds, which provide a lot of exploration, and connect the levels. Although, they do feel a bit barren at times. Emblems can also be found here, there are 12 total. Sub games also offer you an emblem for completion. Collecting all 130 emblems will grant you a special reward. I won't spoil it here, but I think it's a little underwhelming for all the work that goes into collecting them all.

The game's story is rather simple. All the characters have their own unique small stories, but they all meet at some point in an even larger story that builds up to the final boss. While it is a tad cheesy at times, it does get you wondering at a few instances, and Gamma's story alone was very interesting.

In true Sonic fashion, the music does not disappoint. This soundtrack features what I would call some of the best tracks in the entire series. There's a lot here too. So many different styles. Every level has a theme, sometimes more than one even! The hub worlds have a unique track, and heck. Each character has their own theme too. But something even greater is the main theme, Open Your Heart, performed by Crush 40. This is the start of awesome theme songs for more Sonic games to come.

In terms of replay value, normally there wouldn't be that much to come back for, other than replaying the stages. But since this is the DX version, there is extra content. First off, there are missions. After beating one of the main stories, you unlock that character in mission mode. Here, you'll be thrown into the hub worlds with total freedom. You'll come across these cards, that give you a specific goal. Once you complete that goal, you will have completed the mission. There are 60 missions total. Every 10 missions you complete, you are awarded with a Game Gear game.

I highly recommend this game. Not only does it feature great gameplay, for the most part. It also has a great musical score, and bonuses to hunt for. While not every gameplay style is great, overall, most of the stages kept me coming back for more. And the story, while a little cheesy, was certainly an adventure alright. If you're a fan of the 2D Sonic games only, this might be the 3D Sonic game to try first. It stays true to the originals in a lot of ways, but makes things feel fresh again.
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go fast in this clunky port of a clunky port
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...for the retro gamers.

The game got released in 2003, and the original on Dreamcast in 1999. So consider this game old.
Now it all depends of your age, if you are between 12-17 years old, I don't recommend you this unless as said on the title, if you are a retro gamer because your first game on a console was Call of Duty MW2 and when Sonic got released you were 3 years old so it explains the criticisms of the other useless reviews.

The game itself was a huge revolution and was one of the best Dreamcast games. And as every Sonic game, the camera is annoying, the voice acting and the motion capture are not the best points of it but, does a glitched camera and a bad voice acting ruins the game ? If it was bad acting in GTA I would consider.

Despite that, the game is pretty fun, various missions and mini games are available to extend the time of play though the game is quite short (3 hours to end the main Sonic story, but you have 7 chars stories, each is different and more or less shorter. With that you can do trials, 3 per level with each char + mini games and 60 missions throughout the main maps using all characters).
Finally, a 360 controller is highly recommended, or try to use x360e. But if you can buy this game you can buy a controller.

- This game is definitely one of the best games I ever played in my entire life. I can play it over and over remembering that when I played this game for the first time, I was 11 years old. I'm now 21. :D
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