Sonic Adventure 2: Battle
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A complete conversion of Sonic Adventure 2 from the Dreamcast, with additional features exclusive to the Gamecube.
Play as either Sonic, Knuckles and co. or the evil crew of Dr. Robotnik, Shadow and Rouge through a total of 150 missions (30 levels in total). As Sonic team, you must stop Dr. Robotnik from taking control of the Chaos Emeralds, and as Dr. Robotnik's Team, you must hold Sonic at bay while collecting all of the Emeralds to take full control of the planet.
Exclusive to the Gamecube are improved visuals, new 2 player battle games (including Kart Racing, Hunting and Chao Karate) and the ability to grow your Chao and exchange them to the Game Boy Advance game Sonic Advance for portable training.
Credits (GameCube version)
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Average score: 77% (based on 31 ratings)
Average score: 4.1 out of 5 (based on 59 ratings with 7 reviews)
This game is great! I got this game with my Gamecube, I originally wanted Mega Collection but this is way better. The graphics are good, the gameplay is AWSOME, the music is great, this has alot of Crush 40 music on it.
The only bad thing about it is the mouth moving with the voice, but who cares? No one does.
The Bottom Line
This is addictive! I am up to 200 hours plus on my game file clock, this is the most addictive game ever. That is the equivalent of playing for over 8 days straight. U want rings, chaos emeralds, fun and speed? Sonic Adventure 2 Battle has it all. With a great game like this, how could the Dreamcast have failed?
GameCube · by knuckles-rox (8) · 2005
There was not alot of improvements from the Dreamcast version. The only new things were letting your Chao fight it out and hooking it up to your Game Boy Advance.
I really don't have an opinion about it since there were no real changes.
The Bottom Line
It would just be better to buy the Dreamcast version, it would be cheaper too.
GameCube · by Exodia85 (2145) · 2003
The main story mode mixed up the gameplay types pretty well. Sonic and Shadow's speed stages were great. Tails and Eggman's shooting stages were pretty fun as well. The Chao Garden is completely changed from the previous game and will definitely pull in players who like simulations or those that just want to relax. Building a Chao to beat friend's can be a fun waste of time. The Battle mode is a great addition. Taking on other players in the three types of gameplay is good for a quick distraction. The music is, for the most part, pretty good. There tends to be a different style of music for the stages of each character. (Rap for Knuckles, Rock for Sonic/Shadow,etc.)
Knuckles and Rouge's stages can just be annoying at times. When you reach those stages the action almost grinds to a halt until you finish it.
The Bottom Line
A really good game. This is how 3D Sonic games should be. Plus it has a 3D remake of the Green Hill Zone from Sonic's very first game! What more can you ask for?
GameCube · by TalesOf777 (7) · 2009
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Game added March 6, 2002. Last modified April 20, 2023.