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Название: [Dreamcast] Sonic Adventure 2 Жанр: Platformers Год выхода: 2001 Язык: English Publisher: Sega Developer: Sonic Team Требования Минимальные системные требования: Dreamcast О игре:
Sonic Adventure 2: Sonic Team listened to the complaints about the first Sonic Adventure--the uninspired voice acting, the camera
problems that interfered detrimentally with the gameplay, the tedious and often tiresome adventure sequences--and has responded with Sonic Adventure
2, a streamlined action game that gives a determined nod to the original, and still classic, 2D Sonic the Hedgehog games. The ghosts of those original
2D Sonic titles are exorcised in the game's amazing pace, heart-pounding platform jumping action, and in the unyielding barrage of creatively
designed levels--much more so than the original Sonic Adventure. Although Sonic Adventure 2 isn't without its faults, the game is both
entertaining and addictive, and will easily become one of the last great games on the Dreamcast.
The stages in Sonic Adventure 2 are separated into three distinct and familiar gameplay flavors. The levels for Sonic and Shadow fit most comfortably
in the general platformer genre, as they are designed for action and a healthy dose of speed. This is where Sonic Team is at its best and most
innovative. A typical foray through one of these levels involves running through giant loops, bouncing off springs, grinding rails, hanging onto
flimsy vines, negotiating tiny platforms suspended in air, and even dealing with antigravity rooms in some of the later levels, all the while
disposing of enemies and moving at blistering speeds. These stages are not for the faint of heart, as the action can become complex and grandiose, and
requires quick reaction and impeccable timing. Simply put, those who enjoyed Sonic's levels in the first game will get a double dose of the same
as Shadow joins the adventure.
Dr. Robotnik and Tails share stages that involve shooting action, as both characters pilot mechanized robots equipped with generous firepower.
Although the objective is to reach the end of a lengthy level and involves a good bit of platform hopping, these levels are based on the shooting
elements. You are able to lock onto multiple enemies by holding onto a button as you target these enemies and unleash a barrage of missiles destroying
all of the targeted foes at once. The pace in these levels can be a bit blas at times, particularly in some of the earlier stages, but the action does
get pretty intense as the game wears on. Finally, levels for Rogue the Bat, another new character in the game, and Knuckles involve exploration. As
with Knuckles' levels in the first game, the characters must float around and search large levels, while following homing signals and tracking
down pieces of the master emerald. These levels move at the slowest pace of all the stages in the game, and some of the levels are entirely too large
and can become frustrating at times. Although maybe not as extreme, sometimes it can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. Perhaps if Sonic
Team put all of these levels on a timer, as it has with one of Rouge's levels, it might have been more interesting.
As the levels have become bigger and more complex in Sonic Adventure 2, the lead characters have mastered a handful of new moves and attacks to
counter the new level designs and stronger enemies. Robotnik and Tails have powerful weapons-based special attacks, Rogue and Knuckles have new
hand-to-hand combat moves, and Sonic and Shadow are both able to grind on rails and unleash special attacks, including the ability to stop time for a
few seconds, call forth a lightning strike on an enemy, teleport, and summon a tornado. And the new moves are more than just eye candy, as Sonic Team
has made it a point to incorporate these newfound skills into the gameplay. The rail-grind in particular is used liberally, specifically in the latter
levels. For example, in one stage based outside a space station, both Sonic and Shadow have to negotiate a series of rails, suspended in space, to
reach the end of the level. Throughout the course of the game, the new moves become an integral part of the gameplay and add to the game's
excitement and fun.