Pre-orders For Sonic Adventure 1 & 2 Vinyls Begin December 5th

Brainwave has confirmed on Twitter today that the Sonic Adventure 1 and Sonic Adventure 2 vinyls will be available for pre-order starting December 5th and they will ship to customers in early January. Here’s all the details thanks to the official site.

The wait is almost over! SONIC ADVENTURE OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK VINYL EDITION and SONIC ADVENTURE 2 OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK VINYL EDITION will both be available for pre-order starting December 5! The soundtracks will begin shipping to customers in early January.

In addition, there will be a SONIC ADVENTURE & SONIC ADVENTURE 2 LIMITED EDITION BOX SET. Retailing for US$100.00 / €100.00, this edition will include both soundtracks enclosed in an outer box with a special design. Each set will include a post card signed by Sonic Adventure series Sound Director and Lead Composer Jun Senoue and is limited to only 300 copies.
Note: The Box Set will only be available as a Limited Edition. There will be NO Regular Edition Box Set.

The first pressing will contain special vinyl colors that represent the essence of both games: blue and white 180-gram vinyl for SONIC ADVENTURE and blue and red 180-gram vinyl for SONIC ADVENTURE 2. All pressings after the first will contain standard black 180-gram vinyl. All versions of both albums include a comprehensive booklet featuring a reflective interview with head of Sonic Team Takashi Iizuka and Jun Senoue, as well as Liner Notes by John Linneman of Digital Foundry, song lyrics and character art. In addition, both albums include a free code for the digital tracks via Bandcamp.



    1. The ironic thing is, the director of the last few Sonic games says going back to old formulas is no way to move forward, yet he insists on reusing Classic Sonic and shoehorning him into Forces where, honestly, his inclusion makes no sense.

      1. I haven’t played any Sonic games since Adventure 2 Battle (unless you count All Star Racing Transformed). So I can’t truly comment on the quality of any games since. But I’ve heard most of the games were garbage. I would have to play Generations or Forces to see how they implement classic Sonic before I can give an honest assessment. All I know is I loved Adventure 2.

    2. I for one would LOVE Sonic Adventure 3 to become a thing. Why have so many characters (Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Shadow, Silver, Blaze, etc.) and then NOT use them, leaving them to become obsolete in sports games and spinoffs that play nothing like a mainline Sonic game? I’m dying to play as Silver again and use his telekinesis in a game that isn’t ’06 (I’ve always been fond of characters that have such abilities and is the one I hope to gain if I get smothered in nuclear waste or something).

      And what exactly makes it an Adventure game? One thing:

      Chao Gardens. The only Sonic games we’ve ever gotten them in the best capacity is the two Adventure games from almost 2 decades ago. It’s high time we got Chao Garden 3.0.

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