Sonic Heroes

released on Dec 30, 2003

Sonic Heroes is an adventure and multiplatform video game in the Sonic The Hedgehog series, developed by Sonic Team and published by SEGA for the Nintendo GameCube, Sony PlayStation 2, Microsoft Xbox and Microsoft Windows PCs.
The player races a team of series characters through levels to amass rings, defeat robots, and collect the seven Chaos Emeralds needed to defeat Doctor Eggman. This game differs from other Sonic games by allowing the player to take control of one of four teams, each with three characters, who each have unique abilities to use. The game received mixed reviews from critics but it performed commercially well, becoming a million-seller and making the best-selling lists for all three of its original platforms.
Join Team Sonic, Team Dark, Team Rose and Team Chaotix in a multiplatform adventure! Run, Fly, use your Power, grind, swing through 7 different levels with unique paths, fighting evil and solving puzzles for each team.


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In terms of being a broken mess, Heroes is a million times worse than 06. Fucking awful game, Shadow is leagues better and it's shocking that anyone thinks otherwise.

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El mejor juego que pudo existir el pico de calidad de sonic y el mejor juego de sega lo mejor de lo mejor 10/10 necesita una secuela o un remake en steam donde este team sonic pero que sea sonic,shadow y silver como en los videos de youtube de sonic heroes 2

sonic heroes is fun if you enjoy playing the same game 4 times in a row (it is not fun)

Really weird and frustrating game. I was surprised to find how poorly this game controls since this is Sonic's third 3D outing, like, they nailed this in Adventure? Here movement just constantly breaks, either with too much or too little momentum sending you into gaps, bizarre collision detection, inputs simply not registering. I think jank is fun but there's a limit to my tolerance, I def would not have beaten this on original hardware with a life limit, that was a cruel move. And the pinball, oh my god the pinball. But hm. Is it bad? I don't think so. The levels are stunning in mechanical and visual scope, just consistently excellent, even when their length makes them a bit of a slog. The music is excellent, and I do like the "heroes" gimmick even if it creates more trouble than it solves. When it works, it's still the high flying excitement of a great SA run. It's just kind of missing something there