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Summary: With 6 unique characters, an awesome storyline, and a 3d engine that dominates all engines that have followed it, Sonic Adventure is the perfect game for sonic fans and a good game to check out even if you're not a sonic fan. I enjoyed this game 100%.
Summary: This bare bones conversion of Sonic Adventure doesn't really offer much over the original and isn't formated well for current displays, using the old 'side-borders' technique to fill out the screen. However, that can be forgiven, as the original game was a fairly great 3D plaformer. It was fantastic fun and stuffed to the gills with content. That's not to say that Sonic Adventure is a perf ect game... No, no, no. Not by any means.
Summary: Sonic Avdenture it's my favorite game of all Sonic series. The dreamcast version was cool, the stage were awesome, like windy valley and i liked the voice acting. I think PS3 it's like the Dreamcast version.
Summary: As horrible as it was on Dreamcast. Why would anyone like to remember this game? Sonic starred in a couple of great games and then many awful games. This is one of them, I can't find anything good to say about it.
Summary: The PS3 version of Sonic Adventure is oddly just an emulator running the Dreamcast version. It doesn't support widescreen, has a weird box around the screen, and has no new features. It's a cheap cash in by Sega, but it's still a game I really like.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. In all the years of Sega trying desperately to pull themselves from the depths of creative hell and back into the hearts of the fans, they made a giant leap to counteract their fall down Mount Fujiama with Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), and Sonic Unleashed; A leap which could have only been made with a game that they had already made both money and a fanbase off of: Sonic Adventure (With DX DLC).
Summary: Sonic Adventure is a port of the Original game from back in the late '90's. It was a radical design from other Sonic games prior since it incorporated 3D graphics and some RPG elements. Overall this port is pretty good. I always wanted a Dreamcast (my sister owns one but won't let me touch it). This was one of the games I wanted. From what I understand, the graphics have been upgraded a little and the sound quality has improved quite much.
Summary: When it came out, this game was HUGELY anticipated. After all, the Sonic the Hedgehog series is one of the most popular in videogame history. Was it worth the wait? Was it worth the hype? Is it worth picking up even now? The transition from 2D to 3D has been much discussed in the past, and you can see why. What works great in 2D doesn't always translate so well into the 3D world. And when a series makes this sometimes awkward transition there are usually a few hiccups.