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Sonic Adventure 2: Battle Latest News - GC

Game Description:Sega's original videogame icon returns for righteous action on the GameCube with Sonic Adventure 2: Battle. In single-player mode you'll explore 30 environments on 150 missions. Play the Hero side of good as Sonic and his friends Tails and Knuckles, or the Dark side of evil as Shadow, Rouge, or Dr. Robotnik. In two-player Battle mode you can compete against a friend in action racing, shooting, kart racing, treasure hunting, and Chao karate, choosing from 12 available characters including Army Rose, Sonic, Metal Sonic, and Chao Zero.
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  • Sonic The Hedgehog Turns 18

    Finally, Sonic the Hedgehog is old enough to vote and join the Navy. That's right: Sega's iconic video game rodent is 18 years old today, so if you fondly remember playing the first Sonic The Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis, you're officially old. In his long career Sonic has competed in the Summer Olympics with bitter rival Mario, defeated Dr....

    Posted June 23, 2009

    Sonic The Hedgehog Turns 18
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