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Sonic Adventure 2

by Sega
Sega Dreamcast
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews) 89 / 100

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  • ASIN: B000059Z7G
  • Item Weight: 0.2 ounces
  • Media: Game
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,121 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Disc only in generic case. Disc may have minor scratches but nothing that affects gameplay. All ClassicGameStore games are fully tested before being placed into inventory.

When longtime Sega mascot Sonic the Hedgehog made his debut on the Dreamcast console in Sonic Adventure, gamers were stunned. Sega had not only used the game to show off the tremendous possibilities of the then-new hardware, but they had reinvigorated the platform-style arcade adventure genre with massive, intricate levels, gleefully distracting minigames, and even a new kind of virtual pet, called a Chao, that could be combined with other pets, traded with friends, and even exchanged over the Internet. Sonic Adventure 2 ups the ante of its predecessor with all-new puzzles and levels, and even faster action reminiscent of the early Genesis-era games. Knuckles and Tails are back, as are the Chao pets (who can now talk!).

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
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Sonic Adventure 2 is 10 times better than the first one. In this game you get to play as the evil guys in story mode.(Come on you know you've always wanted to.) You get to play as the good guys in story mode. Now that we've all finally grown out of that Crash phase, Sonic reminds us that he's the coolest character in all of gaming with the fastest and coolest levels you've ever played in your life. You get a 2 player versus mode featuring running, shooting, and hunting(Knuckles rocks!) that puts Sonic 2 and Sonic 3 to shame. You get 2 player Kart racing with all the characters and new levels that can be downloaded with the Dreamcast's modem. You also get a totally revamped Chao raising game. The A-Life game has been greatly improved and I guarantee it will keep you coming back to Sonic Adventure 2 for a long time. You also get Chao Adventure 2 to play on your VMU which the kids will love. There are so many options it's amazing what Sonic Team has included. There's even a Boss Battle mode where you can fight all the bosses in the game at once to see what your fastest time is. You can even download new menu themes, view all the cutscenes for the game and watch secret SA2 commercials. You also have aside from the story mode an action stage mode which features 5 missions each ala Super Mario 64 which will have you gladly going back to the levels over and over again trying to earn all 180 emblems. And trust me folks SA2 is overflowing with secrets to unlock. Getting all 180 emblems is very rewarding. Much better than getting to talk to Yoshi for 5 seconds. After you complete that you can go for all 'A' rankings on the levels and again more awesome secrets are unlocked. Read more ›
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pete's Point of View June 11, 2001
A Kid's Review
I'm a twelve year old gamer who first found "Sonic Adventure 2" on a demo disk after buying "Phantasy Star Online." I have the original game "Sonic Adventure" and I have to say that the game has much improved. I found in a magazine that the game runs a smooth sixty frames per second and has 6 playable characters including Sonic's pals, Knuckles and Tails. Sonic's adventure is mainly an action/adventure platform, Tail's adventure is a shooting platform, and Knuckles is a rare somewhat of a "hiding go seek" platform. The music for the game is fantastic especially for each action stage since the music sort of sets the mood for each stage. Oh yes, there are more than 30 action stages! The game also has some elements of the original game such as the blasting through each stage as fast as possible or just exploring, but now it is faster, the characters have new moves, new action stages, and basically all of the glitches in the original game are removed such as the falling through the floor. Over all, this game is really exciting, fast paced, fun, and is sure to please any Sonic fan. If you're not a Sonic fan, then this game definitely will make you one. I highly recommend buying this game. It makes you feel proud that you bought that Dreamcast.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow! And It Just Gets Better March 20, 2001
I first saw this game on Tech TV an have played the demo. I did not think Sonic Adventure could get any better than the first but I was so wrong. The graphics on this game are undescribable and unthinkable. The levels are much better and so are their plots, stages, and missions. The place that had the most improvement was the Chao homes. They are just unbelievable. I'm telling you now if you like action, long game play time, extreme graphics, and getting your money's worth then this is your game. This is a definite buy!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars last and best sonic game on dreamcast June 21, 2001
i have been waiting about a year and half for this game . At that time it wasn't officially announced, but i knew that they will make this game one day, and when i saw this yeaterday on the store i bought it right away. Anyway when i bought it, i thought it would be same as sonic adventure with better graphics, new characters, and new stages. But when i played for a while, i realized that this game was very different.
Differences- 1)you don't have to explore and find stages as if it's a RPG game. Like from sonic games from genesis, it brings you right to the action stage. 2)if you are thinking that this game is going to be too easy like the original SA you are wrong. This game's difficulty levels are much harder and more chellanging than the SA, and tails and Dr.Eggman's stages have puzzles to solve in order to proceed. ex. you have to find a switch to open doors. 3)it has many new moves and new options, such as grinding and chaos control and 2p play. 4)you don't pick a specific character and play only as him or her. Once you pick either hero or dark, 3 characters will constantly change as the story goes. 5)if you are playing as knuckles or rouge you are going to see that finding emeralds are more based on clues of the computer in the stages and the radars are not as accurate and reliable as SA. 6) in order to go to the chao world, you have to find the chao key in each stages, which makes it little harder. 7)you will find upgrade items in action stages since there is no such thing called adventure stages.(was that how it was called?) 8)and many more
so is the game better or worse than the original? i think it's better in most ways, but there are somethings that were better in SA.
better and pros- better graphics and details (obiously). less or no slow downs. no exploring.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Sonic game for your collection
My son was very happy to have this game
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4.0 out of 5 stars A DreamCast must have.
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Published 12 months ago by Lol
5.0 out of 5 stars Anyone Who Hasn't Played This Has NO Childhood
Well.. sure, they can have a childhood just fine without it, but I pity them. This is the best Sonic game anytime between 1991 to 2005.
Published 13 months ago by Micah
5.0 out of 5 stars Sonic Adventure 2
This is my favorite Sonic game. Now I have it on its original console. It was a good price and in great condition.
Published 14 months ago by Blake Sherwood
5.0 out of 5 stars i love SA2
i love the original game i even have SA2 battle and the SA2 game on my computer and ps3 i play this game alot on my dreamcast great game
Published 18 months ago by Erik Larsen
5.0 out of 5 stars Nostalgic
This game was a classic! with the two playable stories hero and dark along with the final story this game makes for one of the best Dreamcast games! Read more
Published 23 months ago by Frankie Galley
5.0 out of 5 stars Sonic Adventures greatest sequel
Sonic adventure 2 is a great sequel to Sonic Adventure but lets get down to it and review this game

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