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Sonic AdventureVideo Game (3D Platformer)

Sonic Adventure (ソニックアドベンチャー, Sonikku Adobenchā?) is a platform video game developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega for the Dreamcast as the first video game to be released for the system. It was originally released for the Dreamcast in 1998, with enhanced ports of the game being released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube and Microsoft Windows. It has since been re-released as a downloadable game for Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade, and PlayStation 3 via PlayStation Network in 2010. Taking p... View more [Wikipedia]

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10 months ago

>Has a pirated CD for 9 years
>Still works
>Buys Steam version

Why do I even bother?

Erektionsite The magical wonders of modern gaming

10 months ago

Gries And that's exactly the reason I only buy a PC game if there's no console version of it. Fuck DRM and fuck Steam.

10 months ago

MasterCrash Fuck the fact that buying me a console costs me quitting college >_>

10 months ago


DjinnFighter wrote his opinion about Sonic Adventure

3 years ago

This game hasn't aged well.
But it's still fun, very fun.


Kaleb Grein wrote his opinion about Sonic Adventure

3 years ago

It hasn't aged well. The glitchy nature went from bad to worse. Cutscenes are animated horrendously, if you can even call them "animated." One of the six playable characters is all about out-of-place fishing. Even the chao system doesn't live up to its successor despite having been reimplemented from its successor. But still, somehow, I love it.

Unfortunately, I didn't grow up on classic Sonic. Having not owned any non-PC game consoles prior to the age of 10, I'm ashamed to say my first full-blown experience with the hedgehog was Sonic Heroes. Becoming unconditionally fascinated by the series as it was then, I soon dreamt of playing the Adventure games that had rooted the 3D Sonic I'd quite unusually come to care so much about.

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  • Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut

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