Sonic Adventure is a 1998 Open world 3D Platformer/Action-Adventure game and the first ever 3D Sonic game. Dr. Eggman has discovered a water-like creature that becomes more powerful the more Chaos Emeralds it gets, named Chaos. Eggman plans to collect the Emeralds, give them to Chaos and use him to destroy the world and build the Eggman Empire from the world's remains. Sonic meets up with other characters to stop Eggman from carrying through with his plan. There are six playable characters - Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, Amy Rose, Big the Cat, and E-102 Gamma, with storylines that tie in with the other characters' storylines; the other characters besides Sonic can be unlocked when they are met in Sonic's story. Each character has their own unique style of gameplay: Sonic's gameplay is to simply run through levels and break the Egg Capsule at the end of the level. Tails' gameplay is similar to Sonic's, but in these levels, you must foot-race against Sonic (Eggman in the last level) to the end of the level in order to win. Knuckles' gameplay is to explore levels to find missing shards of the Master Emerald. Amy's gameplay involves running away from one of Eggman's robots and catching a balloon at the end of the level. In Big's levels you must fish for Big's friend, Froggy. Lastly, Gamma's levels have players shooting their way to the end of the level.
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When all of these characters' stories are completed, there is a final event in the game that wraps up the entire game's story, ending with a final boss battle having Super Sonic fighting against Chaos' most powerful incarnation, Perfect Chaos. Once Super Sonic defeats Perfect Chaos, Chaos is turned back to normal and is neutralized, and peace is restored as Eggman runs off with Sonic chasing after him.
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- This would of been the 2nd 3D Sonic Game, if Sonic Xtreme got produced.
- In the 2011 game Sonic Generations, when performing tricks in mid-air, one of the poses Sonic does is a tribute to the box art of this game.