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About the Product
- 1-2 Player
- Hang Tight! Ride the Turbulence to ramp up speed!
- The Bigger the Trick, The Greater the Power!
- Discover new characters in the giant Story Mode
- Up to four players in multiplayer splitscreen
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Top Customer Reviews
Sonic Rider for the Playstation 2 is a wild and outrageous ride that takes you in and out of the worlds of Sonic. The game play is more than just simple. There are over a dozen of wild and outrageous tracks like Metal City, Sky Road, and Dr. Robotnik's Egg Factory. In the game you can play through the EX World Grand Prix, and work your way to the top of the pack, or try to improve your skills with the mission mode, where you have to undergo tyricks and collect items within a certain period of time. But, Story mode is where you really learn the basis of the game through the eyes of Sonic, and the Rogues Jet, Storm, and Wave who are new to the Sonic games.
There are also unlockable characters like Shadow, Cream, and others if your practice right. The graphics and sound are definitely amazing, but the manuverability on some of the boards is very difficult, and takes a whole lot to get used to at first. Not only that, but you have to also perform a lot of tricks to keep your air up, and with the race.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Game was like new but it sucks.. a waste of money, my kids don't play ot at all -_-Published 23 days ago by Melanie
Disc came in good condition from seller a few scartches but nothing serious game is fully working and have been having fun playing it ever sincePublished 12 months ago by Roy Denton