The world's fastest hedgehog, "Sonic" is now available for Nintendo GameCube!!
The world famous blue hedgehog, Sonic the hedgehog! Sonic Adventure 2 has been dazzling Sonic fans with its high-speed smooth action and dynamic camera work. The long-awaited Nintendo GameCube version is now available celebrating the 10th anniversary of Sonic.
A spectacular Hero and Dark's double story unfolds on a global level!
In addition to the well-known Hero characters, such as Sonic, Tails and Knuckles, the dark characters, such as Dr. Eggman, Shadow, Rouge, are all playable characters.
Enjoy the Dark side story of world conquest or the Hero side story to save the world.
The story takes place in more than 30 different action stages, including the city, jungle, desert, military facility, and outer space. There are more than 150 missions to play. Try to get a perfect score by getting all 180 Emblems!
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