History VideoGame / SonicTheHedgehog2

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* TrueFinalBoss: The second and last encounter with Dr. Robotnik/Dr. Eggman and the Zone prior to it, Crystal Egg Zone, can only be accessed if the player collected all the Chaos Emeralds. Eggman's trap in the last act is a room with flying energy balls and electric currents, and you have to hit his control machine with him in it.
14th Feb '17 9:31:12 AM PF
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* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: The first encounter you have with water in this game comes in Chemical Plant Zone's second act, where the bottom of the act is filled with purple-pink "Mega Mack" (the manual states Robotnik/Eggman filled the factory with it and it poisons Sonic). It also rises when Sonic/Tails enter a vertical shaft with moving blocks. There are '''no''' air bubbles in the "Mack".

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* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: The first encounter you have with water in this game comes in Chemical Plant Zone's second act, Zone Act 2, where the bottom of the act is filled with purple-pink "Mega Mack" (the manual states Robotnik/Eggman filled the factory with it and it poisons Sonic). It also rises when Sonic/Tails enter a vertical shaft with moving blocks. There are '''no''' ''no'' air bubbles in the "Mack".
13th Feb '17 11:55:09 PM jameygamer
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* NoFairCheating: You need all the Chaos Emeralds to get to the Crystal Egg Zone to get the good ending. If you don't have them all (save the one you get from the boss) the game ends there with the bad ending. If you use the level select cheat to get to the Crystal Egg Zone, you'll rescue Tails (he'll appear in the teleporter when Robotnik retreats), but he won't be there in the ending.

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* NoFairCheating: You need all the Chaos Emeralds after defeating the boss of the Scrambled Egg Zone to get to the Crystal Egg Zone to get the good ending. If you don't have them all (save the one you get from the boss) the game ends there with the bad ending. If you use the level select cheat to get to the Crystal Egg Zone, you'll rescue Tails (he'll appear in the teleporter when Robotnik retreats), but he won't be there in the ending.
13th Feb '17 11:52:29 PM jameygamer
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* CheckpointStarvation: There are no checkpoints in this game, unlike the first, which is a big problem with several acts like Aqua Lake Zone Act 2 and Green Hills Zone Act 3.

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* CheckpointStarvation: There are no checkpoints in this game, unlike the first, first Game Gear game and the Genesis version, which is a big problem with several acts like Aqua Lake Zone Act 2 and (long act that's entirely underwater), Green Hills Zone Act 3.3 (PlatformHell bouncing on hills with spikes on the bottom to get to a boss fight), and Scrambled Egg Zone Acts 1 & 2 (two decently-sized levels with spike-pipe puzzles that can be fatal toward the end).
13th Feb '17 11:49:06 PM jameygamer
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* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: The first encounter you have with water in this game comes in Chemical Plant's second act, where the bottom of the act is filled with purple-pink "Mega Mack" (the manual states Robotnik/Eggman filled the factory with it and it poisons Sonic). It also rises when Sonic/Tails enter a vertical shaft with moving blocks. There are '''no''' air bubbles in the "Mack".

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* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: The first encounter you have with water in this game comes in Chemical Plant's Plant Zone's second act, where the bottom of the act is filled with purple-pink "Mega Mack" (the manual states Robotnik/Eggman filled the factory with it and it poisons Sonic). It also rises when Sonic/Tails enter a vertical shaft with moving blocks. There are '''no''' air bubbles in the "Mack".
13th Feb '17 11:48:25 PM jameygamer
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* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: The first encounter you have with water in this game comes in Chemical Plant's second act, where the bottom of the act is filled with purple-pink "Mega Mack" (the manual states Robotnik/Eggman filled the factory with it and it poisons Sonic). It also rises when Sonic/Tails enter a vertical shaft with moving blocks. There are '''no''' air bubbles in the "Mack".
9th Feb '17 8:50:20 PM jameygamer
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* TubeTravel: Present in the second act of Aqua Lake, acts 1 & 3 of Gimmick Mountain, the entirety of Scrambled Egg, and the last act of the game, Crystal Egg Act 3. For Scrambled Egg, there are several "pipe puzzles" in acts 1 & 2; only one puzzle in act 1 can dump you into spikes, but several puzzles in act 2 have spikes under them, the last of which you cannot escape if you fail there. There are three pipes in the final stage; the first one takes you to the FinalBoss, the second is needed the hide from Eggman's attacks, and the third is behind Eggman and can be entered after you destroy his machine, which takes you to the finish line and Tails.
5th Feb '17 3:31:55 AM jameygamer
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** Few American kids might have caught the reference in '92, but looking back, it's hard to observe Sonic powering up to an absurdly high level by sporting gold fur and wildly upright spines (after collecting [[GottaCatchEmAll seven artifacts of power]], no less) and not be reminded of [[Manga/DragonBall a certain manga/anime series]]. Also, [[Franchise/StarWars that's no moon]] that Sonic travels [[Film/ANewHope to in the]] [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi final stage]] [[Film/RogueOne of the game]].

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** Few American kids might have caught the reference in '92, but looking back, it's hard to observe Sonic powering up to an absurdly high level by sporting gold fur and wildly upright spines (after collecting [[GottaCatchEmAll seven artifacts of power]], no less) and not be reminded of [[Manga/DragonBall a certain manga/anime series]]. Also, [[Franchise/StarWars that's no moon]] that Sonic travels [[Film/ANewHope to in the]] [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi final stage]] [[Film/RogueOne stage of the game]].
5th Feb '17 3:31:37 AM jameygamer
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** Few American kids might have caught the reference in '92, but looking back, it's hard to observe Sonic powering up to an absurdly high level by sporting gold fur and wildly upright spines (after collecting [[GottaCatchEmAll seven artifacts of power]], no less) and not be reminded of [[Manga/DragonBall a certain manga/anime series]]. Also, [[Franchise/StarWars that's no moon]].

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** Few American kids might have caught the reference in '92, but looking back, it's hard to observe Sonic powering up to an absurdly high level by sporting gold fur and wildly upright spines (after collecting [[GottaCatchEmAll seven artifacts of power]], no less) and not be reminded of [[Manga/DragonBall a certain manga/anime series]]. Also, [[Franchise/StarWars that's no moon]].moon]] that Sonic travels [[Film/ANewHope to in the]] [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi final stage]] [[Film/RogueOne of the game]].
5th Feb '17 3:28:28 AM jameygamer
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Released for the Sega Mega Drive in Japan on Saturday, November 21, 1992, and in Europe and North America on Tuesday, November 24, 1992 (a date nicknamed "Sonic [[{{Pun}} 2sday]]" during its marketing campaign).

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Released for the Sega Mega Drive in Japan on Saturday, November 21, 1992, and in Europe and North America on Tuesday, November 24, 1992 (a (one day before Disney's ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' hit theaters, and a date nicknamed "Sonic [[{{Pun}} 2sday]]" during its marketing campaign).
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