Eggman Boss 2: Night Time Boss. Now get in the sunspot, and lightspeed dash the rings behind the fire. Now turn into Werehog and climb the ledge. But not all continents are available all of the time -- frequently the player will have to return to locations at specific times of day in order to progress forward in the game. I'm sure there's something else I hate, but I don't feel like thinking of it right now so I'll just put Sonic Adventure 2: Battle. Smash it, and a flying enemy appears. To the right of the door you just opened is another door, attack it to open it as Werehog to find Illustration 96 and Secret Mission 13.
Above these barrels on the wall is a spinny pole. Low-effort fanwork rule still applies. Sonic Unleashed Rooftop Run Act 1 - S-Rank And this is my personal favorite, the second of the two gameplay videos, the original from Sonic Unleashed. All because of this epic theme. Track List: 1up: Sonic Unleashed 1up Sound. Push it to activate a platform floating over the treadmill. Sonic himself is not doing too good, though.
Before picking up the metal crate, jump up the ledges to eventually find Movie 27. See the gray stone below with a crack in it? In the Standard-Def version, the boost meter is broken down in to segments, with each boost expending one individual segment. They are in front of a gap in the wall, crawl through there, then quickly get to the treadmill and go across it, it might take more than one try to make it. That combines with its fantastic element of mystery makes it one of the most intriguing songs in Sonic history. Take that set of platforms to Secret Mission 26, then head back to where you have a choice between two moving platforms. Now go back to the pole by going in the sunspot and lightspeed dashing across again, and this time climb the pole and now go off to the right.
Mirage Saloon Act 2: Arid Sands Day. Double jump to the left to find a moving platform going to Soundtrack 24. During Day stages, most items are in the hardest to reach part of the levels. Now go across the second treadmill after the door, and go to the right, where you will see a platform going up and down. You will find a platform going up and down and another metal crate.
In the Standard-Def version, running is initiated by double tapping a direction on the analog stick. Go across some bars after going through the other door, then ignore the climbable ledge to the right for now, go left to find a metal crate, double jump from it to catch a ledge to find Soundtrack 2. The remix of Angel Island Act 2 always gets me! See how there are little yellow windows and most of them except the first one have a fence in front of them? Now drop down to the area below and you will see sunrays coming out of the walls, I'm gonna call the sunrays 1, 2 and 3 going from left to right, and the medal crates 1, 2 and 3. First put the crate on switch 1, then go back on the platform moving up and down, you will find another platform now moving up there, and use it to get to Soundtrack 16. You will find a breakable rock wall, go inside, you will have to battle some touch enemies, but the item is behind some jars in here.
Sonic Forces is a 2017 platform game developed by Team and published by Sega for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Set the crate down so you can double jump to Secret Mission 19. Metal Sonic is the perfect villain to go up against Sonic, but this song reminds you that the reason Metal Sonic never wins is because he doesn't have the kind of soul that the real Sonic does, and he can therefore never come out on top. Use the platforms that are now moving to get Soundtrack 30. Now pick up the metal crate up there, and get on the other platform moving back and forth, you will run into Movie 32. If you boost in the air here, you can catch this ring, then bounce off springs and go through other rings to the item. Smasher 10 points : Get your Werehog level up some more.
However, please understand that we also reserve the right to deem any content uncool at any time. Sonic 2 Music Invincible The original invincibility theme from Sonic 2! These days, I've been listening to a lot of music, and I've been most into music from the best and worst Sonic the Hedgehog games. And to have both Flying Battery and Ice Cap in the same game? If I could be honest, I couldn't choose between Heroes, Colors, and Lost World. Put that crate in the left-hand corner of that room toward the screen, double jump up to a ledge. If it appears that you're using reddit exclusively as means of promotion, you may be asked to stop. Sonic 3D Blast Saturn : Richard Jacques did great. But I played the fuck out of Shadow as a teenager.
Now after a couple more platforms, push a switch you find, and a platform and then drop down below, and the platform that wasn't moving earlier now is. Now climb up the ledge in front of the sunspot, pick up the Spike up there, take it down the hall, then throw it at the cracked rock that is beyond the horizontal pole, then use the pole to reach Soundtrack 27. Basher 10 points : Get your Werehog level up. Now hit the sunspot and turn into regular Sonic, you can't open the door yet. Jump on the crates and jump to the left to find a switch.
So beautiful and nice to listen to! You can go through that first window and find a passageway to the item. Now head toward the screen to find another moving platform. Now get in the next sunspot, and step on the platform to make it move. Now climb the other ledge, and carry the metal box down to where you see the sunspot up above, use it to double jump up there and change into regular Sonic. Now swing across a couple of poles, then head over to a level to the right.
It's got so much enjoyable, awesome remixes and I love it so much. But seriously, such classics as Chemical Plant, Casino Night, and Metropolis? I cannot believe they decided to scrap this treasure for that bland localized garbage! I downloaded the full soundtrack off youtube and am playing right now. Now a series of still platforms appear, let Spike catch up with you. Stardust Speedway Act 2: Jungle Joyride Day. Kudos for having different songs for each act.