Sonic Adventure 2 Battle

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Sonic and company are back and better than ever in Sonic Adventure 2: Battle. Dr. Eggman is causing trouble once again, and it's up to Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles to stop him. Experience faster action, all-new two-player games, and a branching storyline that lets you choose to save the world as the Hero side, or conquer it as the Dark side. In the single-player mode, you'll go through more than 30 unique stages, which include a forgotten pyramid, an abandoned military base, and a giant space station. And then there's the expanded two-player mode, which features 12 playable characters competing in new head-to-head games.

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Everybody remembers this fondly until they play any other stage than the Sonic and Shadow levels. 
Still peak tho
The sonic and Shadow levels are good. Skip the rest
«OST on repeat»
For gamers on the GameCube, Sonic Adventure 2 Battle was a watershed moment;  Sonic appearing on a Nintendo console, in a new (to Nintendo kids) 3D game.

The music from the game is amazing and iconic.  It perfectly encapsulates the characters themselves and the game universe.

The game contains two campaigns:  a Hero campaign starring Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles, and an Evil campaign starring Shadow, Dr. Eggman, and Rouge.  Dr. Eggman wants to take over the world, needs the Chaos Emeralds and Master Emerald to do it, and has an overly complex plan to do so.  All in all, a fun premise.

We also get to meet the ultimate Fan Character OC, Shadow the Hedgehog, the butt of a generation of jokes.

Unfortunately, the game itself is an absolute mess.  The controls are overly touchy, the camera buggy, and the levels in many cases badly designed.  Some of the new ideas, like rail sliding, are interesting but control horribly.  And don't get me started on the unfun and unskippable Knuckles and Rouge levels.

At the end of the day, Sonic Adventure 2 Battle has not aged well.  Even nostalgia can't cover the deficiencies in the game.
«Buggy as hell»
«Oh God i managed it»
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