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Tikal is a female echidna, said to have come from the same tribe as Knuckles. She first appeared in "Sonic Adventure".
incarnation of Sonic the Hedgehog. Once he has set himself to a goal, he will do whatever it takes to accomplish it, regardless of any danger. After the trauma of the death of his first closest friend, Maria Robotnik, Shadow strives to fulfill his purpose and keep the promise he made to her, despite his general loathing of mankind. Although his relationship with Sonic seems to have developed from antagonistic to friendly rivalry, animosity from not understanding their different mindsets continues.
Shadow is ageless and immortal. However, Shadow shares a lot in common with Sonic. Although Sonic's speed is described as "second to none", Shadow can skate at speeds fast enough to rival the speeds the world's fastest hedgehog can run. He can also perform spin attacks common to Sonic, which are variations on the tendency for hedgehogs to roll into tight balls for protection. Additionally, with the power of a Chaos Emerald, Shadow can warp time and space with Chaos Control. In contrast, the Archie Comics version of Shadow can directly access the "Chaos Force" and does not require a Chaos Emerald. Shadow is also able to use a variety of other Chaos powers, such as "Chaos Spear" and "Chaos Blast". While at first Shadow is the only one seen to be able to use Chaos Control, following the trend that Sonic and Shadow have the same abilities, Sonic is later revealed to be able to use it as well. The prototype "Ultimate Life Form" can also use Chaos Control, and Silver the Hedgehog who is from the future is revealed in Sonic the Hedgehog as another character to have the ability.
By harnessing the power of the seven Chaos Emeralds, Shadow is able to use super transformation to transform into Super Shadow. He is bestowed with the new abilities of flight and near invulnerability, like Super Sonic, and his normal abilities of speed, strength and his Chaos powers are greatly enhanced.
Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing is a kart racing game featuring several characters from Sega's library of games. Released on February 23, 2010, this is the second game from Sumo Digital Ltd. to feature Sega characters in a sports game, the first being Sega Superstars Tennis. It supports up to four players offline and up to eight online.
Playing strongly similar to the Mario Kart series of Nintendo fame, the game has eight different racers driving around a track for 3 to 5 laps. Each track is laid out with various sharp turns, jumps, and shortcuts. When taking on a sharp turn, the player may drift by pressing and holding the Drift button as they turn. While holding the Drift button, the player may also rapidly press the Accelerate button to make their turn even sharper. As the player drifts, they will build up a turbo-boost which will give the player a small burst of speed when they let go of the Drift button. The longer the player drifts, the longer the boost will be, with there being three levels of turbo-boost. If you bump into anything while drifting, you will lose any turbo-boost accumulated from that drift. Pressing the Drift button in mid-air after launching from a jump will have your character perform a trick from their kart. Successfully finishing the trick will result in a turbo-boost upon landing. Much like drifting, you may perform up three tricks to build up to three levels of turbo-boost, with each character having different tricks, some will be able to perform theirs faster than others. Also strewn about the track are a multitude of item bubbles, turbo pads, and obstacles, all for the racers to use to their advantage. Item bubbles give the racer one of eleven random items to use from. Depending on what place you're in will also alter the odds of which item you will receive. For example, a racer in seventh place is more likely to receive a Giant Rocket or an All-Star, while a racer in first place is more likely to receive a Mine or a K.O. Glove. Driving over a turbo pad will give you a short burst of speed. Driving into an obstacle will cause your racer to spin out and greatly slow down. If you are in the middle of a speed boost, you may drive into certain obstacles with no consequence. All throughout the races there is a commentator that gives running commentary, whether talking about a racer's certain position, announcing laps, giving the track info, counting down to the start of the race, or announcing when a
Blaze the Cat Blaze is Sonic the Hedgehog's rival of sorts, debuting in Sonic Rush and appearing in several titles since. She is played by Bella Hudson in the English version and by Nao Takamori in the Japanese version.
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