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Sonic Adventure (1998)

Sonikku adobenchâ (original title)
Sonic is back in 128 bits and must save the world again from his evil nemesis Dr. Eggman.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ...
Sonic the Hedgehog (voice) (as Junichi Kanemaru)
Kazuki Hayashi ...
Nobutoshi Canna ...
Knuckles the Echidna (voice) (as Nobutoshi Hayashi)
Taeko Kawata ...
Amy Rose (voice) (as Taeko Kawada)
Jôji Nakata ...
E-102 Gamma (voice) (as Jyoji Nakata)
Shun Yashiro ...
Big the Cat (voice) (as Syun Yashiro)
Kaori Asô ...
Kaho Kôda ...
Station Square Announcer (voice) (as Kaho Kouda)
Tôru Ohkawa ...
Pachacamac (voice)
Chikao Ohtsuka ...
Ryan Drummond ...
Corey Bringas ...
Michael McGaharn ...
Knuckles the Echidna (voice) (as Michael Mcgaharn)
Jennifer Douillard ...
Amy Rose (voice)
Jon St. John ...
Big the Cat (voice)
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Storyline

Dr. Ivo Robotnik is back and has released Chaos Zero from the Master Emerald. Chaos Zero watches over the Master Emerald Shrine on Angel Island. Now he wants to use Chaos Zero to destroy Station Square and build "Robotnikland". Chaos can grow stronger with every Chaos Emerald he "eats". When he gets all 7, it's all over... but not while Sonic's around. Along with Tails, Amy, Knuckles, and new characters E-102 Gamma and Big The Cat, Sonic must save Station Square in his hugest adventure yet. Written by pkthunder30@comcast.net

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The Original Hero Is Back!


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9 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Trivia

During the production team's trip to South America, producer Yuji Naka became very ill and had to sit most of the trip out in his hotel room. See more »

Goofs

Start Super Sonic's quest, then immediately after the cut scene, go back to the main menu and select Knuckles. As Knuckles, go to Angel Island, and you will see another Knuckles and Eggman laying on the ground. (This works with the other characters, but is more interesting playing as Knuckles because you can see two of him.) See more »

Quotes

Tikal: The fighting's over, harmony is restored, and life goes on!
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Connections

Referenced in Sonic Generations (2011) See more »

Soundtracks

It Doesn't Matter
(1998) (uncredited)
THEME OF "SONIC"
Music & Arrangement by Jun Senoue
Lyrics by Jun Senoue & Takahiro Fukada
Performed by Tony Harnell
Guitars: Jun Senoue
Bass: Naoto Shibata
Drums: Hirotsugu Homma
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Revolutionary for 1998
19 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game is awesome. i can't help trying not to say that. It was 1998 and SEGA released the Dreamcast. It was the first 128 bit console. One of the first launch titles was Sonic Adventure. Originally, the game was supposed to be an R.P.G. That idea was eventually scraped. This was the blue blurs first jump into the 3-D world(not counting Sonic 3-D blast or Sonic R) Let's talk about the game. The story is o.k. for what it is, but one problem. There's 6 characters, which means 6 story's and you have to piece them together. speaking of 6 characters, there's sonic, tails, knuckles, new comer Amy, E'102 Gamma and... ugh. Big the cat. O.k. 2 characters are pointless. Big the cat should never have been thought of. Amy, no one likes. If you want to here my opinions, watch Somecallmejohnnys review on youtube. Anyway. The game is super fun.


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