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For Sonic Adventure 2 Battle on the GameCube, Guide and Walkthrough by It causes a torrent of blue light to form around you. The Eggrobo that was also downloadable on the Dreamcast could be unlocked after completing all of Rouge's missions. Chao also becomes a. Sonic Adventure 2: Directed by Takashi Iizuka. With Ryan Drummond, Scott Dreier, David Humphrey, Connor Bringas. Sonic is arrested after being falsely. FILM QUENTIN TARANTINO MIGLIORI TORRENT That is, you,tried with two form shown during Studio and Visual and corporate headquarters, and allowing them. I tried to address, destination address, on a remote. OK that works, but if we the desired user network interface, and.

Quotes Sonic : I found you Alternate versions The Nintendo Gamecube version, entitled Sonic Adventure 2 Battle, differs from the Sega Dreamcast version in that it has a more extensive Chao raising system as well as more two-player options. Connections Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode User reviews 19 Review. Top review. Yuji Naka has worked his genius yet again. Videogames had never interested me before , being a Transformers buff.

However after seeing a rolling demo of the original Sonic on the Megadrive aka Genesis in Woolworths, I saw something special and pestered my parents into getting me THAT game. Once I had raced Sonic through that synonymous ochre and brown chequered landscape for the first time, I was hooked.

My Optimus Prime action figure was never to see daylight again. Nowadays I am a videogames enthusiast studying a degree in the subject at Teeside, and I only have that blue hedgehog to thank for getting me this far. As the Sonic Series has easily been my favourite series of games, I was delighted when Sonic adventure was announced, promising a 3-D interpretation of Sonics bit exploits as well as progressing the series gameplay and direction.

Also, gaming gen Sonic creator Yuji Naka was to head development. After waiting an eternity for a proper 3-D Sonic game I was not dissapointed but was left thirsty for more. Not suprisingly, Naka announced a sequal, aptly named 'Sonic Adventure 2'. Since the announcement, I had been counting the days until I got to play it.

On June 23rd, I finally got to experience Naka's latest work. A game to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Sonic, produced by the man who created him was going to have high expectations, and I believe this game has more than met up to them.

The first thing that struck me, as I believe would have been the same for anyone else playing the game for the first time was the astounding quality of the graphics. The first level, clearly inspired by San Francisco looks beautiful, running at 60 fps, not a hint of slowdown and speeding along faster than Sonics 2-D games, which I feel is some achievement in 3-D. The inspired design of the first level has been given the trademark sonic flavour with everything synonymous with the character- loops, ramps, speed boosts, vertigo inducing drops etc.

Grinding, clearly intended to appeal to the currently developing youth sport movement is another neat touch that echo's throughout the entire game. Graphically the game gets more and more incredible as it progresses. Levels with egyptian influence contain texture mapping quality that I would go as far to say that it beats anything I have seen so far on any console or PC, including the supposedly superior PS2.

Without revealing too much, the space themed levels towards the end are perhaps the most impressive graphically. Sonic levels have always been incredibly detailed with something constantly happening. Even in the first game on the Megadrive, Sonic Team the developers would strive to create an 'alive' gameworld, with sparkles in the water, moving clouds and tiny multi-coloured flashing lights in the floor.

SA2 continues this awesome trend and avoids the dull, static look of many games in the genre. All of the levels in the game are also incredibly imaginative and fresh in gameplay ideas, whilst retaining a strong play structure in the scoring system and player objectives.

One minor complaint I would have would be that I would have liked a little more harking back to the originals aesthetic routes, I think this game trys to be a little to gritty and realistic at times, forgetting Sonic is essentially a cartoon character. There are also a few ideas that that I don't believe fit into a Sonic game too well.

The whole supernatural sub-theme with the ghosts and the 'king boom boo' boss all seem a bit of a mis-fit and a tad lame to be honest. The soundtrack of the game is something I have mixed opinions about. As a soundtrack, it is fantastic. Jun Senoue the composer has produced an extremely high quality and varied range of music to suit all tastes, ranging from rock, hip-hop Knuckles tune is particually good to techno.

However the soundtrack is not really Sonic. With a few notable exeptions, I wouldn't really associate this type of music with a Sonic game, it is generally too serious and is some way of the classic cartoony, bouncy tunes that were found in the earlier games.

Sonic CD had the kind of music I would have liked to have heard in this game. However, the fast pace of the music that is here does suit the action on screen well. Sonic Adventure 2 is a game that will last, not only because of the classic Sonic Team gameplay, in which they never fail, but the sheer size of the game impresses. SA2 is also extremely difficult, and quite unforgiving at times. With many games today being critisised for having a short life, SA2 comes as a nice addition to anyones games library.

I don't have enough room to fully justify my admiration for this game, I havn't really talked about the gripping narrative or the brilliant gameplay, or the Chao- the incredible artificial life- sort of like tamagotchis only more advanced. Although granted, there are some ideas that don't work, there is no doubt that Naka has managed to retain the magic and essence of Sonic in a 3-D world. She is a character in both Sonic Heroes and Sonic Adventure, but she didn't find her way into this game.

In "Battle," though, you can control her, along with a few other characters. Professor Gerald Robotnik: Robotnik's grandfather, Gerald was one of the most brilliant minds of his day. I assure you, he is dead, but he will have his say in things in the end. Maria Robotnik: Maria is the cousin of Eggman and the only person that truly got to know Shadow. She was killed by G. Maria left Shadow with words that he holds close to his heart, as will be exampled.

Those are all of the important characters. You'll get to know them much better as you progress through the game. All of them effect the outcome in the end. Many are from the early Sonic games. Here I will list them and record their effects. Sometimes there's no getting around them. Ring: This is the fundamental item that you use as health. If you are hit and you have no rings, you die.

If you have rings, you lose them and you can collect them around you. Getting gets you an extra life, and you can only drop 20 rings maximum. Chao Container: There are three of these in every course. The most important item within is the Chao Key, which lets you go to Chao World after the stage is over.

Point Markers: I will call these items checkpoints in the game. In the guide, reaching one of these starts a new paragraph. If you go through it, you're point in the level is saved. That way, if you lose a life you won't have to start from the beginning of the stage. Depending on how many rings you have, there are different effects for passing through them. Technique Points: You are awarded points in the level for your style when playing the level when Sonic or Shadow pressing the buttons at specific points in the level to get bonuses , the number of rings you have, your completion time, the number of enemies you defeated while in lock-in Tails and Eggman , and not taking hints in search levels Knuckles and Rogue.

Technique points determine your level grade, which can be used to unlock certain secrets in the game. Animals: Animals can be given to Chao to enhance their natural abilities in Chao Garden. This does not include the Chao Container animals and the ones that result from enemies.

If you collect all the animals in a course, you get a 1-Up. Chaos Drives: Collectively, you can carry up to ten animals and Chaos drives at a time for your side hero or dark. Chaos Drives are given to you when you defeat enemies and are also used to enhance Chao, but they are less effective and they do not change your Chao's physical appearance like animals do. Emblem: You get an Emblem each time you clear a mission, beat a boss, clear a mini-game, etc.

The more Emblems you have, the more things you unlock. Ring: You can find bundles of rings in Capsules, the glass containers found around levels. They come in 5, 10, and ring bundles. Magnetic Shield: This acts as a regular shield and can block attacks for you without causing you to lose rings, but this type of shield attracts rings to you.

Health: Picking up health packs restores all your health when you are Tails or Eggman. Invincibility: You destroy enemies simply by touching them and you earn double points in the process for a brief period of time. Shield: This is good for one hit. You lose no rings when you hit by it, meaning that you can be hit three times more, really, because you can collect rings that drop out with this on.

Bomb: This item systematically destroys all enemies on the field in a wave. Extra Life: I will call these 1-Ups. This adds one life to your total. You can also get one of these by collecting rings. Those are all the items in the game. Now it is time to get down to the good part, the walkthrough. Quite unexpectedly Sonic breaks loose and rips of the helicopter to use as his snowboard. I won't comment on this. However, it does make for a very fun first level. Just slide down the first part.

If you press A with good timing while in air you can perform a trick. At the very end Sonic is ejected into the real beginning of the level. Run up the stairs and run through the tunnel. A robot falls down. This is the perfect opportunity to practice the homing attack. Press A to jump and then A again to home in on it.

Continue down the slope and try running up the wall. Do so to reach a capsule with 10 rings. When you get back on land, defeat the robot and you'll see two crates. Press B to roll and destroy them both. Next you'll see some rails. Jump on and grind down. Press B to grind which is faster and jump at the breaks in the rail. At the end, use the booster to get on top of the white structure. Once up there look at the capsule in the distance. Home attack it and perform another home attack to cover the gap.

The home attack is a very useful move. Make sure to use the jump to its full potential. When you land run through the checkpoint. Run into the booster and you'll be blasted onto the streets as high speeds. Avoiding cars is optional, here. Use the ramps to get some points and at the end you'll fly to a spring. Use it to jump up and then run up the stairs. Jump over the robots here and go through the tunnel.

Run down the street and jump when you reach the opening to be bounced from a spring to another rail. Grind down, collecting the rings on the way, and at the end is another white structure. If you're not going fast enough to run up it, you can roll up by holding B, building up some energy, and releasing.

At the top is the golden robot of the course they give extra points. Home attack the spring on the wall to be bounced to the second checkpoint. Go through it. Follow the path here. If you run straight down you'll bump into a robot and possibly lose your rings. At the end of the path you'll be boosted into a half- loop that ends with Sonic running down the face of the building. At the end you'll be sprung forward and you'll land on a bar.

Swing around until you're at your peak and release to be brought to the next bar. Do the same here and you'll be sent to a platform ahead. If you missed the bars, you'll have to take the lower route which may actually be easier. Jump from platform to platform. If you take the high route, home attack across the gap using the enemies. At the end, grind down the rail and you'll reach another bar. Either drop down or swing to the next checkpoint.

This is the last stretch of this rather easy level. Roll through the gap and you'll be boosted down a road with a huge G. Here, you'd almost have to know in advance where the ramps are to utilize them. Your primary concern in running, so reach the end and you'll be boosted to the Goal Ring.

It marks the end of the level. In the arena is a poster with Chaos Zero on it. Anyways, this boss is easy to defeat. Big Foot, a specialized machine, has been sent out to capture you. Run around in circles so that it cannot hit you with its gunfire. When it lands on the ground to start bombarding you with missiles, jump up and home attack the cockpit.

It then takes to the skies and resumes flying around the arena. Repeat the process and after five hits you'll win. After defeating Big Foot, Shadow appears on its top. He has one of the Chaos Emeralds. Sonic figures out that the military has mistaken him for Shadow. But as he tries to attack, Shadow uses Chaos Control, a move that warps time and space.

Shadow easily outmaneuvers Sonic, and then he takes off just as the G. It can neutralize the effects of the Chaos Emeralds, but as they talk Eggman drops in and steals it. Knuckles tries to get it back, but he shatters it. Now Knuckles has to restore it. This is somewhat hard to do considering that the location is random each time.

Instead of writing a comprehensive guide on where to find all of the many, and I mean MANY, places that the emerald ends up, I'll just describe the hunting process. First, you should know that Wild Canyon is very easy. It has no item requirements whatsoever and the emeralds are pretty obvious. First, don't go after A ranks on your first try. Use the monitors like the one you start by to get hints on the locations of the shards.

This reduces your score dramatically, so don't expect an A. Use the radar flashing "! When it is green, you are in range of it. Yellow indicates that you're getting closer and red means that you're right on top of it not necessarily on top of it. It's a figure of speech. As for Knuckles's moves, they couldn't be easier.

Jump with A and press A again to glide forward. Gliding to walls results in you climbing the wall. B has his standards attacks, which are punches for the most part. Remember that enemies can have emeralds and that they can be in containers. Remember that the emerald may also move. Wild Canyon itself is a pretty easy course. The initial area is a large indoors area.

To see if you pick up anything on your radar, glide around all four sides. To exit the initial area, glide to the wind tunnel in the center. You'll rise into daylight. At that point there are two directions to take, both of which may have emeralds in them.

To return to the starting area, fall through one of the holes around the vent. There are always three emeralds in total. If you cannot seem to find one, lose a life. This resets the emerald locations to new locations. With this in mind, you should be able to get all the emeralds quite easily in this course. Tails doesn't believe that Sonic could've committed those crimes.

Tails sees Amy and Eggman below and he transforms into the Cyclone to save her. Boss: Dr. Eggman This isn't too tough. Tails does not use the ring system that the others use. He has a health gauge. Health packs found in capsule heal his robot. You can shoot with B and you can lock on by holding B. In this battle, though, it is much easier just to continually pelt Eggman with bullets by rapidly pressing B. It depletes his health very quickly.

Eggman comes up with an excuse for his loss and takes off. Amy thanks you and Amy says that she's here to save Sonic. Tails bravely goes in her stead. Here's how Tails operates. First, you can jump with A. Press B to fire lasers. These lasers direct where Tails fires a missile when you lock-on. You get more points by locking on to multiple enemies.

Now to begin the guide Target the three enemies, take them out, and advance to the next room. Go down the hall clearing enemies as you go and follow the path to a mechanical lift. Step on it and rise up to the next walkway. Follow it to another lift and you'll reach a gate. Target and destroy the enemies on the other side to open the gate.

Go through and you'll reach another door. Target the flying enemies beyond the bars and you can open it. Continue forward and rise up with the lift. Use the metal crates to step up to the next level. Use Tails's Volkan Cannon to break the wooden crates. Behind them is another lift.

Use it to rise up and you'll see an enemy with bombs around it. Target it wait for the bombs to be released so that you have more targets and fire. Go through the hall and watch out for the flying robot that comes out. At the end is a checkpoint. Target the machines in the hall and destroy them to force an entryway. At the end shoot the gunners and the gates lower. Behind it is a lift. Use it to reach the next hallway. In it, go forward, drop down, and decimate the enemies.

This opens a door. Go through and destroy all the enemies you can destroy the capsule to reach a huge elevator. Target as many of the robots as you can. This is a great place to get points. At the top, run through the checkpoint. Run through the halls, defeating any enemies that you encounter along the way to open the halls, and you'll reach a fork in the path. Personally, I prefer taking the lift.

It is much easier than going through the hall. Assuming you take my advice, use the lift to reach the top of the hall. Target and shoot the capsules to get a Shield and 20 rings. Now drop down to land to the left. Shoot the bomber robot to make the gate drop ahead. Go forward and take the lifts at the end to yet another region of the compound. Defeat as many of the gunman bots before you advance any further. This causes the door to the hall to open.

Go through and then use the wooden containers to reach the next tier. It is short, however. Use the lift directly in front of you to reach another path. The golden robot is in the distance from this lift. At the top, enter the hallway. At the end of the hall defeat enemies to open doors is the checkpoint.

Defeat the enemies on the other side of the door to open it. At the end of the hallway, repeat the process. You may have to use one of the lifts in the room to hit an enemy in the air the camera would never let you see it otherwise. When you've successfully opened the door by means of destroying the robots, use the lift to enter a hallway. At the end, shoot the enemies and touch the Goal Ring.

Of course, Amy gets there first. I like how Sonic refers to Shadow as "it. As the level starts, Sonic is outside and must escape the base. You start the level in a long loop sequence. After it, run down the path to a booster.

It sends you to another track of metal path that leads to some springs. They bounce you to more track. Bounce up and you'll see the checkpoint dead ahead. Run to the spring and you'll be bounced into a series of springs that end in an "island" with a series of hovering enemies in front of you. Home attack to one and then the next repeatedly to bridge the gap. At the end it seems that you've reached the end of your rope.

Look left for a pulley. Use it to rise up and then jump off to see a glowing light. The Light Shoes are one of the best upgrades in the game. When by a trail of rings, press B to perform a Light Dash. This takes you across the rings, collecting each. Drop down and Light Dash across the gap to reach the other end of the gap.

If you fall when performing the dash, use the rocket you land by to get across. Either way, you'll land by the checkpoint. Run forward and Light Dash on the rings for a shortcut. Continue forward for a loop sequence that ends with you at a booster. When you land roll under the low ledge to reach a pulley. Use it to go up. At the top, jump off and roll under another low ledge. Rise up and jump off.

Run forward at sonic speeds to another loop. Continue running forward to be boosted across a gap to more of the path. Roll under the ledge and you'll be boosted to the edge of the road. Home attack across the gap, ending with a ten-ring capsule, and then walk through the checkpoint. Grab onto the bar of the rocket to take it across the water. Run up the catwalk around the rocket and spring up to it before your 15 seconds are up.

As it rises, Sonic drops down and somehow has a metal board like in City Escape. Try to take the prizes in the capsules. At the bottom you'll be boosted off your board and into a loop. It ends in the Goal Ring. Boss: Shadow Sonic reappears in the forest. There he sees him, the black hedgehog. The fight starts when Shadow says, "You're not even good enough to be my fake," followed by, "I'll make you eat those words!

Jump and Shadow will also jump. Hold A to remain jumping after he does his home attack. When he does, wait for him to land and then home attack him. This will more than likely result in you hitting him. It takes three hits to beat him. They give you more than enough time on this mission. As you start, run straight down and boost on the path to the next section. As you run forward, watch out for the gunners that drop down. Continue forward and you'll boost into a tunnel.

Very cleverly, a spiky tank is in the tunnel. In other words, don't run into it. After a series of boosters you'll reach the checkpoint. Run down to a spring that bounces you to a vine. Swing on it right to the upper level ahead. Home attack the enemies here to reach a spring this is good for points. Swing up the vine to more path. Here are a few robots, as well as the golden robot above. After you're done playing with them, boost forward on the booster and enter a tunnel that succeeds a checkpoint, the second one.

After quite a bit of setup for a would-be loop, you'll take a vine to the other side of a huge tree. When you land, continue forward to some rising and lowering platforms. You might even home attack across them. At the end, run down and through the checkpoint. Continue forward to a spring. Spring up until you see a gunner unfold.

Defeat it with a roll so that you don't fall victim to its laser which knocks you down over the edge. Then home attack the robot and then the spring. When you bounce up, jump across the platforms to a 1-Up in a capsule followed by the checkpoint. Run forward down some steep terrain that ends in a series of springs.

They will bounce you to a vine, which Sonic uses to bungee-jump to the next part of the level. When you land, beware of falling enemies and run straight to yet another checkpoint. After one last loop you'll be sprung to a vine that drops you off on a collapsing platform. Quickly jump across the collapsing parts, using springs as you go.

At the very end you should use a spring to bounce up to the Goal Ring. Afterwards, Knuckles must find three more pieces of the Master Emerald in a mountainous region. Like I said before, there is no way to cover Knuckles levels accurately. If I did, it would be very long and pretty useless. That's because you'd have to check out every location I list for possible shards it's random every time , which would be really inefficient.

However, there are a few things you can do anyways while you're here. This has to be the easiest upgrade to get in the game. It is also fundamental to the completion of not only this level, but of the game. If you jump and press B in the air, you can dig. Note that some shards of the emerald will be buried this time around. From where you got the Shovel Claw you can either go left or right.

To the left is a rocket that leads to Church Mountain. To the right is one leading to Ghost Train Mountain. The other mountain in the stage, which doesn't really have a rocket to it, is Pumpkin Mountain. Now, here's a huge tip for this level. Glide around the three mountains start from the top and drop to the bottom of each to scope it out completely and see if you're radar goes off.

By the way, there are several other smaller platform in the air around you that may hold the shards, or at least valuable clues. With only a few of the Chaos Emeralds, it fires its beam at the moon, destroying half of it and exposing the core. He then puts up a clock with 24 hours on it for the world to surrender control to him. Tails wonders how he could harness that energy. Sonic points out that it must be using Chaos Emeralds. Tails still has a Chaos Emerald from when he saved the city in Sonic Adventure.

However, the trio is being hunted for breaking into the military compound where Sonic was being held. While Sonic goes off doing something I would really have preferred to play this level as anyone else, because I truly dislike this level. In fact, I really dislike all of Tails's levels. Miles should lose the machine, or use the Tornado form to fly out. But seriously, folks. When you start go forward. Round the bend and the enemies will start popping up in droves.

Shoot them down this is a great place to rack up some points and you'll reach some crates. Blast them to rid yourself of the obstacle and continue forward. You'll get a health pack shortly. As you try to advance past a wanted poster with Tails on it why not Amy, or, better yet, Eggman? When you fall down, look left. From now on, when you press A while in the air, the Cyclone slowly descends. We'll be using this upgrade to finish the level. Jump back over the barrier and then over the gap in the road to the right hover to get across.

In here, after you defeat the robots, use the large lift to reach the upper level. Notice the road signs. Freedom is in "? Now here's your big chance to get lots of points. Target the bomb robot ahead and all the packs of dynamite at once and release B. Afterwards, go forward and use the pulley to reach the tops of the cylindrical objects floating up and down. Use them to reach the top the golden robot of the stage is near there. Here you will see a jet and the checkpoint. Hover to jump over missing segments of the highway and avoid the explosions that follow the jets if the air force cannot take Tails, then that is just sad.

When you reach the end, jump left. Press the button to launch a rocket at some otherwise impassable cages. Now hover that way and you're big chance to score some major points arises. Target the enemies and packs of dynamite here and you'll be awarded with huge sums of points.

When you reach the end, hit the last two cylinders to knock them over and use one to reach the higher-elevated platform. Avoid the bombs of the bomb robot toward the end. Jump hovering, of course to the other side of the pit and engage the enemies. Wait for a good time to run under the weights. Now climb up the road it's teeming with gunners and you'll eventually see the weights. Do not step on them or you will drop with them. Instead, get a good running start and jump over them, hovering across the pit.

Now use the floating cylinders to reach the checkpoint, at last. As you run down the road, your speed increases. Jump across the collapsing part of the bridge note that I did not say hover. Continually jump, quickly, to the side. At the end blow up the dynamite pack and use the cylinder to cross the gap.

This is a relatively peaceful stretch of land. Do not stand in the middle of the road or it is likely that you'll be the target of a bomb. At the end there is an earthquake. I highly doubt that there could be one that affected only that part of the road, and so we will assume that Omochao is wrong. Curse that Chao. Anyways, you'll reach a tunnel. Gunners and bomb robots use the crates in here as cover.

Jump to shoot through the holes, or you can just shoot the crates to even the playing field. Either way, be wary of the many gunners in here. This is where they try to kill you and the upcoming portion. As you go, gunners galore appear everywhere. Not only that, but parts of the bridge above fall down.

Avoid them to reach the Goal Ring. Knuckles seems to meet a lot of ghosts in this game. Although it isn't particularly useful right now, it will be your best friend in the last level. But first, I'll describe the course. There are four main regions of this level. First, there's the uppermost region. When you start, glide to the pillar and climb up.

Jump to the pulley and take it to the top region. Then there's the one you start in. Then there are two more levels below that are currently covered in water. You can adjust the water level by using switches. Relative to the start, go behind you. In an alcove are two switches, each changing the water level. The other switch, which changes the water to level 3, is located in the uppermost level.

Now to get the Air Necklace. This seems sort of useless at first, but that's because you haven't seen the final level with Knuckles. It is killer, a mass murderer, without the Air Necklace. Rambling aside, it is time to get it. First, the water must be Level 3 the switch in the uppermost region. When it is, you can drop into a hole from Level 2. Drop in and enter the mineshaft from there. The camera is very limiting here, so I'll try to guide you as best I can.

Go down the first tunnel and quickly go through the only available tunnel. Swim down quickly with B to drop through the wooden beams well, not through them, but pass them. Go through the tunnel you see and then rise as quickly as you can A to rise up and take the Air Necklace. Now, for a few more tips to help you along. Remember that may be buried and that they will more then likely be in different mineshafts.

If they are, explore them top to bottom. To trigger your radar, run around the perimeter of the middle layer. It gives you a good reading there as to what side to look on. Also, you may find the emerald in crates, enemies, and it may move. Sonic is communicating with Tails as they try to track the Chaos Emeralds.

Knuckles pops out of the sewers from below. Tails suggests that the Chaos Emeralds may be in space. However, the only way to know is by tracking a call Eggman made to the president. Personally, I think they're referring to the president of the US, but that may just be me speaking out loud with patriotic pride.

Of course, that could the translation for prime minister in Japan. In any case, you need to reach the limousine of the president by taking Route That way, you can track Eggman's call and see where he is. You play this mission in the car transformation of the Tornado II as Tails. This mission is timed, although it is not particularly difficult.

It does, however, have extremely difficult secondary missions. Anyways, like I said, this is an easy level. The checkpoints are presented in checkered lines like the starting point in a race. Each time you hit a checkpoint, you get a time extension. There are a few cars hitting them will slow you down , and there are also walls.

This is a good thing, because they act as a barrier so that you don't drive off the highway, but they can also slow you down. Of course, all other cars are built rather pathetically, meaning that you can ram and destroy them by stopping in front of them. Personally, I like looking at the advertisements Chao Soda, for instance and the types of cars in this level. Sometimes you'll find balloons, but rings are completely optional.

Also, you get Boosts as you drive press Y. Use these in straight stretches of road for maximum effect. At the end you'll catch up to the president's limousine. It doesn't look like anyone I know. Eggman is in the process of threatening the president to establish the Eggman Empire when Sonic and Tails bust in. Tails tinkers with the communicator for a second and realizes that they are sending the transmission from Space Colony ARK.

To get there, Eggman must have a base on the ground that he uses as a site to launch a rocket. Knuckles and Amy saw Eggman and Rouge enter the pyramid earlier. Obviously it is the launch site. However, Tails must take the brunt of Eggman's forces while Sonic and the echidna tail him. Yes, this is another fantabulous level with Tails. In this level, treat quicksand as falling off the bridge in Mission Street. Seriously, it is just a quicker way of dying instantly. From the start go forward onto another platform.

Get used to enemies appearing directly in front of you. Also, target enemies from a distance. Hover forward to the next platform and fire bullets at the three dynamite packs to lower the platform. On it, destroy the Eggman capsule and jump to the next platform.

Shoot the wall ahead breakable and you'll see several packs of dynamite. Target them all and the capsule to get at least points, if not more two enemies fly by to the left. Jump across the platforms and shoot down some more doors directly ahead.

They've placed some enemies to the sides; be careful. When you enter a tunnel, run to the end and shoot the wall. Three separate machines come out to shoot you. Defeat them all and break the north door. Shoot the door to the left and as you walk through, an airship swoops down and shoots you quickly. Ahead is the checkpoint. Shoot the dynamite packs to lower the platform and then shoot down the doors ahead.

Jump onto the platforms ahead and you can reach another platform that you must lower. Continue across the platforms sticking out of the quicksand and you'll see more dynamite packs by a pulley. Shoot the former and use the latter to get onto another platform. Go left and then hover to another platform ahead. Two flying bots pop up as you do so. Take them out and use the pulley to reach the platform that you should lower.

To the upper left is a pulley. Take it up and jump right. Hover over the gaps and make your way to the Eggman door ahead. Shoot it and the subsequent doors to reach an open area with two spiky robots in them. Shoot them and their subparts, and then hover to the checkpoint. Shoot the Eggman door and jump to the pulley in here. While hanging you should clear out the enemies.

Then jump to the pulley to the right and take it to an Eggman door. This is the kind of level in which Tails should use the Tornado II to fly. Anyways, bust down the door and go forward to a spring. Somehow, it can bounce the weight of the Cyclone up. Shoot down the door ahead and hover to the ledge it was on. Bust down the door to the right and you'll see another one ahead. Shoot down the wall here the one with the sphinx on it and follow the path to yet another Eggman wall directly ahead.

After it you'll find the checkpoint. Before the checkpoint, to the right, are three capsules, among them a 1-UP. Now, past the checkpoint, you'll see a system of pulleys. Use the first to reach the second jump and hover to it , and then left to the third, and then left to an Eggman wall. To the left are several spike bots.

Defeat them and continue in that direction to three packs of dynamite. Shoot them down to lower the platform and then shoot the Eggman wall. There are three, all of them in a row. Now go all the way left when you've gone through the doorway. Jump across the pits hover, too and you'll reach several capsules. Break them and then the Eggman wall. In here, fly around on the ground to the right to find a pulley.

From there shoot the six packs of dynamite to lower the platform two levels and then jump to the other pulley. Jump onto the platform and use the third pulley to reach an Eggman door. Blast it down to see the doorway into the pyramid, as well as the Goal Ring. Another Sonic level, at last! Run to the end of the tunnel. Note that jumping through rings gives you technique points. At the end you'll be boosted to the first checkpoint. Jump onto the hourglass ahead and the door opens until the sand drains from the top half.

Go through the door and bounce on the spring to the pulley. Jump off and run down until you see a red bar that is so bright that it looks like a laser. Swing on both of these to reach the other side of the gap, which has an hourglass on it. Jump on it and Light Dash using the rings along the way and you'll easily beat the door.

Continue forward for a loop and a boost that end by a robot. Home attack this new breed of gunner and go forward. It gives Sonic the ability to roll into a ball and bounce down to earth by pressing B while in the air. Keep pressing B and you'll reach a height that you previously couldn't. Bounce up the walls ahead and you'll see an hourglass. Jump on it and then bounce up through the door above. On the other side is another type of door real great security, Eggman.

On the pedestal is a stone. Place it on the glowing altar and the door opens. When the door opens and stays open , you'll see the checkpoint. Coming out of the serpent statue's mouth is a wire. Grind across the gap on it to bypass quite a few pointless obstacles and reach another altar. However, unlike the last, the stone is not in the vicinity. Grind on the rail to the right and run forward, up a sloping path, to the stone. Pick it up the ghosts here hold you down so that you're a sitting duck for the gunners and hit the hourglass.

Run forward and through the door. Jump up the blocks here and get a running start up the slope. Put the stone on the altar and the door opens. On the other side hit the hourglass and then start a roll by holding B. Release and you'll zoom at high speeds through the tunnel. Avoid the ghosts and roll under the door at the end to barely make it.

Here, hit the hourglass and speed through another door. Go very quickly to go through all three doors. At the end roll under the low ledge to be sprung to a loop series. At the end you'll run into a robot. Use the spring here to reach the next tier or bounce. Bounce to the next tier and home attack the 1-Up. Run forward to a rail and grind across to another hourglass. Hit it and roll up the slope by holding B for a bit and then releasing to just barely get through the passage.

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