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Sonic Adventure DX Director's Cut

by Sega
Platform : GameCube
Rated: Everyone
147 customer reviews
Metascore: 57 / 100
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  • Over 30 massive levels
  • 50 Missions
  • awesome bonus rounds
  • Over 60 unique missions, some for each character -- complete them all to unlock all kinds of wild game secrets
  • Round up and interact with the little creatures in the Chao Gardens to open up new levels & challenges
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Dr. Eggman is up to his old tricks again, but in this special Director's Cut version, there are a whole lot more of them to trip up Sonic and his pals. Get ready to go on 50 new adventures in the all-new Mission Mode as you strive to dismantle the evil genius' plans to rule the world. There are 12 exciting Bonus Games to unlock in the form of classic Sonic Game Gear titles. Whether you play as Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy Rose, Big the Cat, or E102 Gamma, you'll get a unique adventure every time as each character has their own deep storyline and unique type of gameplay. Don't forget to visit your favorite Chao in the Chao Garden where you can take a break from saving the world and pit your Chao against others in a variety of tournaments.


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  • ASIN: B00008URUB
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 5.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 13, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,693 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget on July 10, 2004
There's a lot going on in this game and so many devices and sub-games to keep you addicted. Not so much a DX than an updated version of the Sonic Adventure, from the now obsolete Dreamcast, with better graphics, new missions and loads of extras.
You play the game as seven different characters: Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Big the Cat, The Robot Dude and (much later) Super Sonic. The Sonic, Tails and Knuckles levels are the best. The Big the Cat levels are really boring and slow. Each character has their own story and their own power-ups, all happening at the same time. The result is almost an RPG-like game. If this were taken a few steps further who knows how great the game could have been. Though it's still brilliant as it is.
The structure is also genius and easy to get to grips with. As whatever character, you run around massive levels like Station Square and The Mystic Ruins which leads to many different action stages. The action stages can range between casinos, snowboarding, racing through sky-high circuits, go-carting, flying around in Tails' red bi-plane, flying through wind tunnels, chases across the city rooftops and racing across sandy beaches. As always the Sonic world (curiously earthlike and nothing like the planet Mobius from before) is absolutely gorgeous with an exotic feel, eternal sunshine and the bluest of skies.
What I like best about the game are the Chao. The cute little creatures you hatch and raise between levels. They are so great they became my reason for getting through the game. And as a bonus all Sonic games from the old Sega Game Gear are included. Each one is unlocked after every 20 emblems collected (1 awarded after each mission complete and others scattered about levels).
Some parts of the game can be awfully repetitive.
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44 of 49 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on May 28, 2003
NOTE: This review is based off the purchasable GCN Preview Disc SADX demo, meaning some things may not be in the final version as they are now.
Lemme, just correct what the editor's notes said. The 6 characters are E-102 Gamma, Sonic the Hedgehog, Amy Rose, Knuckles the Echidna, Big the Cat, and Miles Tails Prower. E-102 Gamma, targets and destroys things, Sonic has to go through action stages, Amy has to escape a robot, Knuckles has to find pieces of the Master Emerald, Big has to fish for Froggy, and Tails has his own little action stage.
Graphics:9/10
The graphics are very astonishing. They may not be Metroid Prime graphics, but they still look nice. The character models were given a shine, and look much cooler. Knuckles seems to have a smaller head than he did in SA, which is good. E-102 looks the least improved, but still looks nice.
Controls: 10/10
The controls are solid. You learn them quickly and easily. I had no trouble with any of the characters.
Story:10/10
The story in SADX may not be as deep as SA2, but it is still kick [butt]. The story is that Eggman has created a new monster, a monster that runs off the power of the Chaos Emeralds. Without any Chaos Emerald power, he is simply called Chaos 0. As he gets more and more chaos, he gets higher in number. Now, Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and the rest of the gang have to stop Eggman from destroying everything.
Gameplay:9/10
The gameplay is very nice. There is a bit of slowdown in Sonic's levels, but it is still good. There are some collision problems tho, which are when a character slams into, say, a wall and goes stright through it, sometimes sending you to your doom.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By April E. Jones on April 21, 2003
Originally released for the Sega Dreamcast, Sonic Adventure was a pulse-pounding thrill-ride through a stunning 3D world. With 6 characters to play as you progress through the game, each character had his or her own style of play - Anything from flying between sky scrapers and engaging the gigaintic Egg Carrier in a mid-air dogfight as Miles "Tails" Prower, scaling the side of an active volcano in search of missing Chaos Emerald shards as Knuckles The Echidna, to taking on the city-sized water monster Chaos as Sonic The Hedgehog.
The graphics in Sonic Adventure DX have had a face-lift, and now look even better than they did in the original. In addition, word has it that every one of the Sega GameGear Sonic The Hedgehog games will be included in SA:DX as a bonus. The music to this game is also a joy to hear, and is some of the best in the series.
All in all, if you liked the original then you'll love Sonic Adventure DX. If you're new to the Sonic series, this is a great game to start with. I'm a long-time Sonic fan in my late teens and see Sonic Adventure as a worthy sequel to the previous games, and the children I babysit love playing the game on my Dreamcast just as much as I do. It's just good, clean fun, and an excellent choice for a parent looking to buy a game for their child.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Parmelee on May 5, 2003
You will never get sick of playing this game.I guarantee it.I used to have a Dreamcast with Sonic Adventure 1 and 2.But this takes the cake.Its absolutely amazing to see how good this game is.Its almost perfect.Its a masterpiece.Every character has about 6 or so levels and there are new mini games this time around. It is a lot more substantial and breathtaking than Sonic Adventure 2 is. This game is the best reason to own a Game Cube.Some might claim Zelda and Metroid as the best but let me tell you this game is the most fun Ive had ever doing anything.Its hardly ever frustrating and even when it is you have those gorgeous graphics to feast your eyes on.Also theres a rumor thats out that there are Sonic Game Gear games on here.That would be excellent and even if its just a rumor the game SA DX is above so much else.
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