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Classic Game Room – SONIC ADVENTURE for Xbox 360 / PS3 review

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Classic Game Room - SONIC ADVENTURE for Xbox 360 / PS3 review

TGM: Sonic Adventure (PS3/360) review

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  1. it actually looks much better on the dreamcast. there are plenty of side by side comparisons on youtube.

  2. YEESS! NOW GET A GLIMPSE OF HIM IN XBOX ONE WITH BACKWARDS COMPATIBILITY AND FREE OF CHARGE TO OWNED DIGITAL COPIES OF THIS GAME.

  3. Word of advice for those of you who own Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut: play the game in regular mode as if you were playing the Dreamcast original. In other words, don't waste time collecting all of the Sonic emblems to get Metal Sonic and playing missions. Just beat the story mode, and that's it.

  4. Everybody these days seems to hate this game. Yeah, it hasn't aged paticularly well (SA2 had aged so much better) and the cutscenes look horrific, but it was 1998, so I don't know why so many people complain about it. Mario 64 was NOT flawless, guys!!

  5. Sega really disappointed me with this port. They ported Sonic Adventure 2 into HD, but left Sonic Adventure in 4:3. If your TV doesn't have a zoom function while in HD mode (mine doesn't), you can change the PS3's HDMI display settings to 480 only (uncheck the rest) and 4:3 (you can always change the settings for another game). The bars will then be gone, and the gamescreen will be larger.

  6. Luckily though those ugly blue bars can easily be rid of by simply using a zoom in option on your HD tv, that's at least what I did a while back, I plan to get the STEAM version at some point as I've heard patches exist to get rid of the blue bars. I get the game hasn't aged greatly, it really shows, but it still has it's enjoyable moments. 

  7. The only thing I disliked about the port was it was supposed to be an "HD" release but the game is in 4:3 aspect ratio (Blue bars surrounding the screen) and HD is 16:9 Widescreen. It is pretty annoying playing the game on an HD screen and having blue bars all over it. Never mind, the game has definite graphical touches and it feels really good to play! 🙂

  8. @transparencypro not to mention, better Shooting and Treasure Hunting stages, because they just spoil the fun

  9. @treverpatey Yeah it's still a good game. I was just saying that it's no excuse to punish the player for thinking you had to turn right down at that path.

  10. @treverpatey That's still no excuse for jerky movements along the path that pull you into a wall and make you fall into a bottomless pit. It's just bad programming and nothing more.

  11. The Gamecube version is superior. You don't have to pay extra for the DX add on and it has the game gear titles with it making the XBLA and PSN ports inferior.

  12. I will never get the DX add on you hear sega never plus I own the original which is way less glitchy

  13. @Bigb671 I like sonic games, they are just so fun for the most part, but i am a fan of some of the older ones personally.

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