Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut (2003)
"Sonikku adobencha DX" (original title)

Video Game  -  Animation | Action | Adventure  -  18 June 2003 (USA)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ...
Sonic the Hedgehog (voice) (as Junichi Kanemaru)
Kazuki Hayashi ...
Nobutoshi Kanna ...
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 ...
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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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This version features extra bonus features not in the first Dreamcast version See more »

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Lazy Days ~Livin' in Paradise~
(1998) (uncredited)
Written by Fumie Kumatani & Jun Senoue
Performed by Ted Poley
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Bursting with coolness
29 April 2006 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

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. Certain FMV sequences were used more than once and there was no point in that. And intros to certain parts of the game took too long and became quite annoying when losing a life and starting again.

The self-controlled camera was cool and useful. Though in cramped quarters it seemed to get stuck and being unable to see the character due to the spasming camera sometimes resulted in the loss of a life. That was quite annoying.

The music is great and I strongly suggest you get all the soundtrack CDs (I did). There are brilliant, fun-loving themes that totally carry the action along. The voices however, were a bit off from the original Japanese lip movements.

A totally brilliant game that you simply must get. Sonic Adventure DX will keep you entertained for ages.

Graphics A Sound A Gameplay A+ Lasting Appeal A+


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