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L’abominable Dr. Eggman a tiré de son sommeil une créature maléfique ancestrale qui rôdait au sein de la Master Emerald. Cette bête s’apprête à devenir le monstre ultime grâce au pouvoir des 7 Chaos Emeralds. Seuls Sonic et ses amis ont assez de cran pour arrêter le Dr. Eggman et ses sbires.
Date de parution: 4 mar 2011

Acheter Sonic Adventure DX

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À propos du jeu

L’abominable Dr. Eggman a tiré de son sommeil une créature maléfique ancestrale qui rôdait au sein de la Master Emerald. Cette bête s’apprête à devenir le monstre ultime grâce au pouvoir des 7 Chaos Emeralds. Seuls Sonic et ses amis ont assez de cran pour arrêter le Dr. Eggman et ses sbires. Jetez-vous tête baissée dans cette aventure au plus vite, le monde n’a plus que quelques heures à vivre !

Caractéristiques

Six personnages, six aventures
  • Incarnez l'un des six personnages disponibles dont Sonic, Tails, Knuckles et Amy pour vivre leurs aventures et leurs histoires spécifiques.
Élevez votre Chao
  • Élevez votre propre Chao dans le mini-jeu du Chao Garden, puis affrontez d'autres Chaos pour devenir le maître absolu de l'arène.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® XP
    • Processeur : Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte compatible DirectX 9.0c, comportant 256 Mo de mémoire vidéo, NVIDIA GeForce 7300, ATI Radeon™ X1600
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 1.8 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® 7
    • Processeur : 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Mémoire vive : 2Go RAM ou plus
    • Affichage : compatible DirectX 9.0c/Shader3.0, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 ou supérieure, ATI Radeon™ X1900 Video Card avec 512Mo RAM
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 4 Go d'espace disque
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
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Sonic est devenu grand, il est en 3D. L'un des meilleurs jeux Sonic. Une sensation de vitesse extraordinaire, des gameplays multiples -> course, course au trésor, pêche et même du babysitting... Une vrai aventure avec dans un univers qui peut paraitre enfantin, mais avec une profondeur scenaristique avec des questionnements sur l'humanité, le bien et le mal, l'amitié, les armes de destruction massive... Si vous avez du temps et de l'argent, je vous conseille ce Sonic Adventure, un classique de la Dreamcast
Posté le : 20 avril 2014
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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 Big
>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 shock 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.
Posté le : 6 juillet 2014
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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.
Posté le : 9 mars 2014
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If you just realized that this game is on, you will immdiatly buy it due to a lot of peoples childhood. Ok we know Sonic is kinda ok but in his early years he was tied with Mario. Sonic Adventure was originally released in 1999 but got reworked in 2003 and my oh my, Sega really outdone them self cause this game is 1 of a lot of peoples childhood games back on the Gamecube.
This is the 1st Sonic game that you can play with more than 3 characters like Amy, Big the Cat (New) and E-103 "Gamma"(New).
As always Sonic,Tails and Knuckles is in this game as a playable character. Whats interesting about this game is that every character has a diffrence story and yet later join up aother characters story than leaves. Ill go over what kind of stages you do for every character.

Sonic: Get to the end of the stage
Tails: Beat Sonic to the end of the stage
Knuckles: Recover 3 pieces of the Master Emerald in every stage.
Amy: Get on a safety ballon while running away from a robot named ZERO (not Megaman X's Zero)
Big the Cat: Fish your friend Froggie out of the water.
E-103 "Gamma"- Kill as many robots as you can to get to the end of the stage.

There is also a Chao Garden which you can raise Chao and make (forced) them compete in races.
I give this game 8 out of 10 due to how short some of the characters story is and kinda boring espcially for Big the Cat where its a struggle to fish your friend, no matter how many upgrades you get, it still feels the same thing.
Posté le : 4 mai 2014
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Posté le : 11 mars 2014
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On retrouve dans ce jeu l'esprit de son temps, celui des premiers balbutiements du nourrisson premier-né de la génération 128 bits qui se cherche, gesticule avec maladresse voire convulse dans le cas de SEGA et de sa malheureuse fausse couche. Tout y est ; ses qualités, ses ambitions trop gourmandes pour le savoir-faire 3D de l'époque et donc, ses défauts. Vous aurez compris à quel point Sonic Adventure est irrégulier, capable de procurer de la joie autant que de répandre de l'ennui. Tous les personnages et les niveaux ne se valent pas, le meilleur côtoie le pire et il fallait déjà être très tolérant à l'époque pour y prendre plaisir de bout en bout. Pourtant le jeu a des qualités évidentes qui séduiront ceux qui ont envie de l'être. Lancer Sonic Adventure DX revient à regarder la Dreamcast dans les yeux, continuer d'y jouer malgré ses rides à l'épouser pour le meilleur comme pour le pire. Grand jeu très inégal, SA1 se destine aux fans courageux de rétro-gaming ou aux amateurs de cougars en guenilles, c'est selon.
Posté le : 20 décembre 2013
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